In this video, crisis communications expert Gerard Braud asks media relations, public relations, and corporate communications professionals, “Should men wear makeup in a media interview?”
We can all remember a time when a certain President was looking extra tired or ill on camera. It’s also clear when a CEO doing a media interview has way too much oily shine on their face. But, have you ever spotted a male on camera that had too much makeup on? How do you ensure it’s done professionally and effectively? If you think they should wear it, should they hire a professional makeup artist? These are all things to consider for this week’s discussion question.
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