- Posted by Team Superwoman
- On February 20, 2016
For a cooperate Job interview, you should play it safe with your hairstyle. Carry a style that is generally accepted so your are not judge wrongly before you even start to speak. However if your interview is for a music TV presenter or club DJ then by all means do something crazy.
One of the features your interviewers want to see on your body is your face. So you must make sure your hair style exposes your face and portrays a sincere and confident look.
This style is appropriate. It exposes the face in a manner that portrays a neat, confident and inexpensive look. It is important to appear a little less sophisticated when going for a cooperate interview. You don’t know the personalities of your interviewers you don’t want them to look at you an assume that you are extravagant. For instance;
This wavy hair style is absolutely beautiful but might be a little too much for a cooperate interview.
A PONY TAIL is ideal for cooperate interviews. It passes on a message of transparency and you definitely want your future bosses to see that about you. However;
PACKING GEL (as we call it it Nigeria) is not appropriate.Yes it exposes your face but in a way that says “I’m going for a wedding or pageant”
The SIDE-FRINGE hair style can be worn if it is not too wavy. A straight side fringe hair exposes and gives you the right look for a cooperate interview.
The FULL FRINGE on the other hand is a complete No No
You can add some loose curls to your side fringe if you don’t want it to be too plain.
SHORT HAIR is also ideal if you can pull off the look. However;
LOW CUT may not be the best choice of hair to carry. Some people feel that women who carry low cut are “razz” and you don’t know the kind of personalities you will meet.
DREADLOCKS though, cost effective and can be packed really neat; are also not advisable for a cooperate interview but if you’re auditioning for a role in the entertainment or media industry, this is the way to go.
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