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Job interview appropriate hair styles ideas for women


The choice of looks found in the corporate (or even small business) environment these days is much broader than when women were first emerging as equals (in potential, at least) in business. The days of power-hairstyles and overly-fussy looks have thankfully passed, but women are still expected to look good in their jobs.

To be successful in the workplace, you must constantly be prepared to deal with changes and have a fresh outlook.

Hairstyles for an interview, however, are doubly important because how you look often says things about you, whether or not you mean them to be said.Here are some things to remember:

  • Know your environment
  • To stay on the safe side, keep it simple
  • Finally, choose a style you can easily maintain.

Some employers will be more impressed by the neatly dressed young woman with her hair styled in a loose twist or simple chignon, than by the young woman who looks as though she spends most of her morning grooming her hair. (I know it’s a catch-22, but people do really expect you to put effort into looking good without looking like you put effort into looking good.)

For specific suggestions, I recommend going with the following:For a conservative environment, a simple French twist style is always serviceable, as is the French Braid. For a more casual environment, a simple Chignon or long ponytail (with the ends neatly curled) will give you the feminine look without a lot of fussiness.

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