First impression is the last impression they say! Well, it is definitely true in the case of job interviews. How you dress, how you carry and style yourself for a job interview plays a crucial role in your interview! Especially how you choose to carry your hair, has a lasting impact on your future employer.  

Hair is as important as what you speak during an interview. No one wants an employee with messy, unkempt hair, so make sure you hair is dressed well. Keeping your hairstyle minimal, polished and out of your face, along with minimal, clean makeup is the key to look your very best.

We have come up with 3 easy and amazing hairstyles that take very little time, but look absolutely chic and professional. Let’s see what those are...

Wrapped ponytail
 

Wrapped ponytail

A ponytail can be a great pick for a job interview if done in the right way. This hairdo requires a polished look and can be achieved using anti-frizz cream or a styling product.

Get the look

Straighten your hair apply some anti-frizz cream to the entire length of your hair. Gather all your hair your hair into a ponytail and secure it with a hair tie at the level you desire. Take some hair from the bottom of your head and wrap it around the hair style to conceal it for a polished look.

Sleek low bun
 

Sleek low bun

Buns are a great pick to go with your formal attire as they are completely fuss-free and keep the random flyaways in check. A low bun situated at the nape of the neck looks very chic and modern, yet super professional.

Get the look

Using a fine-tooth comb, gather all your hair into a low ponytail at the nape of your neck. Twist this ponytail into a low bun and secure it with bobby pins. Finish this look with a generous amount of setting spray for frizz-free hair.

Front twisted hair
 

Front twisted hair

This hairstyle looks super clean and gives you an instantly professional appearance. Pair this easy-to-do hair style with some simple eye makeup and a nude lipstick for all the brownie points.

Get this look

Blow dry your and create some loose curls at the bottom. Using a comb create sections on the front, pull it back and secure this section with bobby pins. Finish the look with some setting spray.

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