The Key To Great First Impressions

We all know that there are plenty of different ways to make a good first impression. Eye contact and a firm handshake are probably the two most integral things that we hear about the most – but a lot can go for the way you look, as well. For many of us, a large bulk of our self-confidence is linked to the way we look. After all, if we look good and we know it, it’s one less thing to worry about, right? Plus, it is simply part of human nature to form a quick judgment on people based on the way they look – unfortunately, that’s just a part of life. Therefore, by getting these beauty basics down, you can ensure that no matter what scenario you’re in, you’ll always make a great first impression.

 

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Facial disfigurement

Whether you have a legitimate facial disfigurement or just a part of your face that you are self-conscious about, it can impact your ability to meet new people with confidence. Constantly worrying about your image can easily make you appear shy or nervous when meeting new people, even if you are otherwise a pretty confident person. If this sounds like you in any way, finding a facial plastic surgeon could be the best option for you. It gets to the very root of the issue and while some may consider it drastic, if it makes you feel better, where is the harm? Cosmetic surgery procedures have come on in leaps and bounds in recent years and are all performed by expert surgeons, so you can rest assured that you will be in a safe pair of hands.

 

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Teeth

Ask anyone what the first thing they notice about someone’s face is, and chances are it will be their teeth. We hold teeth in quite a high regard in our society, mainly because they are a sign of good personal hygiene. The issue with our teeth is that it doesn’t take much for them to become damaged – simple things like drinking too much soda or not brushing for as long as you should easily lead to gum disease. Gum disease is the leading cause of tooth loss, which can be a very distressing condition for an adult to go through. Plus, when you meet a new person, you want to be able to flash a smile without feeling embarrassed. Implement and stick to a great dental health routine along with regular check-ups, and you shouldn’t have to worry about your teeth ever again.

 

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Your outfit

This mainly depends on the context in which you are meeting a new person. For example, if you are meeting someone in a formal or professional environment, it is wise to ensure you are dressed appropriately. Turning up in something either too revealing or too casual can immediately give the other person a bad first impression, as it shows you have disregarded the situation (whether it was intentional or not). There’s nothing wrong with adding a bit of your personality to your outfits, but try to make sure you have dressed appropriately for the occasion.

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