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Sheet1 Page 1 Tips About Appearance Common : Dress appropriately. Make sure cloths are clean, pressed, no button is missing or torn. If you have tattoos or body piercing make sure your clothes hides them. Not everyone appreciate extra body decoration. If you color your hair, make sure it is a common color. Brush your teeth, comb your hair, and take a shower if possible. Use deodorant. Cologne, perfume must not be very strong.
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Unformatted text preview: Running shoe, T-shirt and shorts are not advisable. Men : Shave or trim your beard and/or mustache. Suit and tie is advisable but not mandatory. Long pants, conservative color shirt and dress shoe will do. Women A suit, a skirt, long pants or/and a shirt. A nice dress is fine. No evening gown or revealing dresses. No attention grabbing jewelry....
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