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Learn the basics about preparing yourself for a job inertview and the golden rules of grooming.
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Hi, I am Kara Alford from La Femme Wonderworks. Today, we are talking about How to dress professionally for an interview. Right now, we are going to talk about the five golden rules of grooming.
First of all, it has to be said that you should always take a bath or a shower everyday, not just for your interview, but especially for the interview. Brush your teeth and wear deodorant; those are the basics. We won't go into other things, but that's enough for that.
Your hair; it should be clean and styled. Don't go to an interview with wet hair. Angela has a very nice; her hair is about mid length here on her back and it looks very nice in the back.
Don't wear -- or have wild colors for conservative industries. For your nails; Angela also has very nice nails. They are not manicured, but they are clean and they are trimmed. So, you want to have that for your nails.
Makeup; she has very lighter minimal makeup, just not mascara and a little bit of lip gloss, which is great. We don't want to have clown cheeks. Okay, So that's about it, for the five golden rules. Next, we are going to talk about the tattoos and piercings.