What kind of female hairstyles would you deem professional and interview-appropriate?
I'm thinking of being myself but I'm not sure if it would be appropriate to put up my hair for a job interview. The majority of time I always have my hair up in a bun held up by a pink hair stick. Other than that it's always down and it's midway down my back (that's how long it is). Do you know if it would be appropriate to put my hair in a hair stick bun for an interview?
Asked By: Jinxess - 4/4/2009
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Yeah, it would make you look really professional rather than leaving your hair down, but if you leave your hair down it would show that you don't take the interview super seriously and it would make you look more easy going.
Answered By: PaRaMoRe <3 - 4/4/2009
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i would go without a stick for a bun & since its pink i would think it would kinda look childish *sorry* i suggest a bun or a pony tail
Answered By: Wei Hong W - 4/4/2009
For the latest modern, great looking hairstyles, either velcro or plastic rollers work the best. Also, its better for your hair and you can style it in different ways. This yahoo group has tons of pictures of the latest hairstyles. It takes a little patience because there are so many pictures to view. It might be... More
Answered By: nicenugal - 4/5/2009
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