For the first thirty seconds, people make judgments about you on a subconscious level, based on what they see, hear and sense. To create a powerful first impression, you must create a positive visual impact.

Here are 7 fashion tips to create a powerful First Impressions

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Smile!

A genuine smile, one that reaches your eyes and shines through your face and body language, is one that will encourage people to smile back. It makes strangers more comfortable with you and makes you seem more approachable.

maintain direct eye contact

You can convey power, authority, and presence by using direct eye contact and also conveys trustworthiness and confidence.

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Wear colours compatible with your basic colouring

People who like warm colouring look best in yellow-based colors like gold, warm reds, golden browns, and rich ivory. People who like cool colouring look best in blue-based colors like true reds, blues, greens and winter white. Your eye, hair and skin tone help determine whether you are cool or warm.

 Have great Hairstyle on

You can develop a unique presence by your hairstyle, so if it’s straight, wavy, kinky, curly or nappy, enjoy it, and get a hairstyle that works with your natural texture.

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 Watch those lines

Every day that you get dressed, you are sending a message. If you purchase clothing based on best features, getting dressed will no longer become a thing of joy and happiness. The right proportions of clothing can make you look younger and thinner. Choose to look your best.

 Avoid trendiness at all costs

The trend of the moment may not be good for you.  Some of the fashion trends may be fun to look at; they are often impractical for everyday wear. Hence, choose items for your wardrobe that can serve multiple purposes and won’t look dated as soon as they are purchased.

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Spend well, not very often

Choose several colors that look great on you, then mix and match pieces within those colors to create a workable, professional and easy-to-wear wardrobe that won’t cost so much.

 

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