Because you are the face of the company for which you work, the leadership team will have a dress code in place that helps you to put your best foot forward when dealing with clients. When you are hired, someone will discuss the aspects of proper attire for you so that you’ll come to work ready to do the best job possible for the business. You can use common sense combined with the policies that your company has to make a favourable impression on existing clients and the ones that you hope to win over to your team.
Less is Sometimes More
When you apply your make-up you’ll want to be conservative and use only the amount that covers any flaws that you have. Also keep the jewellery that you wear to a minimum so it doesn’t detract from your overall appearance. Many companies forbid excessive make-up, fringes that prohibit your vision, and perfumes that overpower your appearance. You’ll want to be sure to check with your supervisor to learn what is appropriate if you weren’t told at the time of your hiring. In all things fashionable in the corporate world, remember that less is more and you should always have a conservative appearance as the face of your company.
Portray a Professional Image