In this day and age, everyone judges a book by it’s cover. This is especially true considering the popularity of social media. Social media is not just for teenagers, as more and more businesses are marketing their company through channels such as Facebook and Twitter.
Often times, a person’s profile picture determines whether or not other’s are going to click on that particular page. When it comes to social media, beauty comes before age. Even businesses expert Rhonda Abrams agrees with this fact. In a recent article for USA Today, the business executive claims that looking your best may be the key to landing your next client. She states that your face is an important “business asset” and she’s not alone in her opinions.
However, social media may also make you look older than you truly are. Digital platforms such as Skype and Face Time can accent the wrinkles and bags under your eyes.
“Social media places your face up front and center in Skype, Face Time and webinars. As such, your face can allure or repel potential clients,” writes Martha Drezin of Smart Beauty Guide. “To add insult, and to put it mildly, Skype and Face Time are not particularly flattering modalities. They are distorting and emphasize any tendency you may have towards multiple chins.”
If you’re not confident about your look, then you will be less confident in your business endeavors. What’s the solution to this problem? For starters, anti-aging skin procedures such as Botox and chemical peels can make you look years younger. If you’re interested in any of these treatments, be sure to contact the Lett Center for a consultation.