You get just one chance to make a good first impression — and your haircut needs to be an asset, not a liability. Here are the signals your hair’s sending and why. Interview suit dry-cleaned? Check. Shoes shined? Check. Mohawk perfectly sculpted with extra pomade? Hold on a second there, cowboy. This is a job interview, where you’re supposed to strut your experience, not your feathers!
“Research says we make our assessments of others in the first 15 seconds we meet them,” says John J. McKee, founder of the Business Success Coach Web site and author of Career Wisdom: 101 Proven Strategies to Ensure Career Success. “Within those first critical moments,” he says, “you’re being judged based on how you look, not what you say.”
And how you look doesn’t just include your clothes and your hygiene, but how you fashion your locks.
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