Beauty Tips: 11 Things Your Interviewer Won't Tell You About Your Looks
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Tip 2: Pay attention to the little things -- like nailsMany of our sources say nails are important to your interview look -- with chipped polish being the big no no. "I wouldn't refuse to hire someone outstanding for [having chipped nails], but if I were deciding between two equally qualified candidates, the chipped polish would be a deal breaker. It sends the message that the candidate doesn't put a lot of thought into her presentation and what's appropriate," says a website editor.
Another agrees saying, "chipped nails or runny mascara shows me you aren't a person with good attention to detail. Perhaps also that you aren't a person who thinks two steps ahead, and that's not good."
Tip: "To play it safe" when it comes to your nails, the editor recommends wearing a clear coat or a sheer soft pink hue. This way, if you do happen to chip your nails on the way to your interview (it happens!), the chips will be much less noticeable. Check out this video tutorial to give yourself a quick at-home manicure.
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