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• Use light make-up only to accentuate your facial features and to match the general theme of your look and style.
• Don’t use too much of perfume, it can be very off putting, use just enough to mask any unpleasant odor. You want him to like and appreciate the uniqueness of your natural scent. Remember, anyone can put on Channel No. 5, but no one can replicate your natural scent!
• Keep the use of jewelry or other accessories to the minimum, just enough to add zip and excitement to your outfit. Why should you let your accessories take his focus away from you? The first date is hardly an occasion to display your bling factor!
All of the above need prior planning and consideration. So plan ahead, keep your outfit and accessories ready and save your self the last minute nerve attack.
In the end, you would do well to keep in mind that the first date is you marketing yourself. So put your best foot forward, but don’t let anything take away your sense of originality and uniqueness, not even a first date!
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