Interview Tips: Look The Part – Free hair do in Dublin 2.

It may be a cliché but appearance is everything and first impressions count. When you are going for a job interview you need to be turned out from top-to-toe and that includes having your hair looking right too and the simple rule that works every time is “Clean & Neat”.

Times are tough and it is not always possible to get to the hairdresser as often as we would like but the good folks at “Queen” want to help you get that job you are after. If you or a friend have been out of work, for 6 months or more and have a job interview in Dublin City Centre, they are offering to do your hair for free!

If you want to book an appointment then just put in a quick call to Emma on +353 (0) 1 478 9633, for details and to arrange a time. You will also need to bring your letter of proof to confirm the job details and they will look after the rest! (Contact for Terms & Conditions). Please address all enquiries to and NOT Life Science Recruitment.

Some tips for Interview Hair-Style

  • Wash and dry your hair the day before the interview. By getting that out of the way, you’ll save time the day of the big interview and be able to focus on the task at hand.
  • If your hair is long, consider tying it back in a ponytail. This way, you won’t be tempted to nervously play with it.
  • If you are considering colouring or cutting your hair then get it done a day or two before the interview to allow for anything going wrong – Nothing will know your interview confidence like a really bad-hair-day.
  • Avoid wearing a hat as part of your outfit. If you need a hat to keep yourself warm or dry, remove it before entering the building, and if possible check a mirror to tidy any ruffled traces of hat head.
  • Avoid flashy hair accessories.
  • Keep your hair out of your face at all costs. Long curls falling into your eyes while they may look nice don’t always project a professional image. If you need to get them out of your face, using a simple hair-clip or bobby pin is a suitable solution.

Post by Patrick James Horan

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