How to Look Hirable
Perfect your job interview style with these tips from makeup, hair and career experts
Fragrance: Forego your Chanel No. 5 or any heavy fragrance. You want to bowl them over with your skill set, NOT your perfume. Wear a clean-scented body wash and a strong deodorant and forgo a true perfume altogether. This will keep you smelling fresh, but won't distract from your professional demeanor.
Hands: Make sure your hands and nails are well groomed. Most people talk with their hands, so chipped polish or a color (other than sheer pink), will be distracting to your interviewer and make you appear lazy or disheveled. Watch this quickie three-minute manicure how-to to keep your hands looking fab and hand shake-worthy.
Lastly, when you look put-together and qualified, you tend to act the same way. Exude confidence and go get 'em.