Women wearing ‘heavy’ make-up less likely to be seen as leaders

New study finds that the amount of make-up a woman wears impacts how others view her leadership ability

The type of make-up that affects perceptions of a woman's leadership ability

Women who wear ‘heavy’ make-up are less likely to be viewed as leaders, a new study by Abertay University has revealed.

The research published in the journal Perception found that the use of colour cosmetics alters social perceptions negatively in the context of leadership ability.

The online study involved 168 male and female participants of . . .

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