Hair and Dress on The First Date
March 5, 2012
Your meddling sisters have finally tracked down the 'perfect' man for you and have arranged a blind date. Or you may find yourself entering the dating scene again after several years or absence. Or you believe that you are the newest and youngest goddess in the world of single women who are trying to find true love. Whatever led you to this first date, you will have the same urgent, yet age-old problems: what to wear and how to fix your hair!
The date location sets the tone for your personality
Surprisingly, the greater part of these two problems can be immediately solved once you admit to yourself that you are a huntress. As a huntress, your prey is your date. But with the restrictions of civilized society, you need to sheath your claws and hide your more primal inclinations. Instead of dragging your man into your cave, you need to entice him with your purr-sonality. But which of these personalities is most appropriate during that first date? It all depends on when and where you will have your date.
Fancy restaurant? Dazzle him with a fancy strapless dress and an updo
If your first date is at the theater or an early dinner in a fancy restaurant, the appropriate personality is 'I'm sophisticated but I wanted to be romanced.' While being served with Canadian walleye pike, you will keep his eyes on you and your tantalizingly exposed neck and shoulders because you will be wearing a strapless dress with a chic empire waist and an elegantly pleated skirt. To compliment this dress, your hair should be in an up-do, with a few wayward wavy tresses falling and framing your face. Don't get discouraged by people who will say that you spend too much time and attention preparing for this first date. It is a fancy restaurant, and you want to bedazzle your date!
Weekday dinner? Casual elegance with accessories and a French twist
If your first date is at a party or a casual dinner during a weekday, the appropriate personality is 'I might be powerful at work, but I love to play.' After all, you will be rushing to your rendezvous the minute after clocking out from the office. You have the foresight to wear clothes that are not only suitable at work, but will also become spectacular during the first date. You can also think fast on your feet, snapping on those fashionable earrings and using the bejeweled hairpiece to add glamour to your hair, which is perhaps swept up in a French twist. And while enjoying the happy hour at the restaurant, you will mesmerize him with your sense of style, your wit, and your charm.
Walk in the park? Sweet femininity with a blouse and carefree waves
If your first date is a coffee date, a walk in the park, or a visit to the museum, the appropriate personality should be 'I'm the most easy-going sweet chocolate you'll ever find.' This first date is obviously casual and laid-back, and you should dress the part. You can wear jeans, but avoid the t-shirt like the plague. Wear a feminine blouse, but avoid those that appear like regulars in a nightclub. You are the quintessential girl next door, but you should forget the ponytail. You should let your hair flow freely and seductively. You can style your hair in various ways, but the key is to make it look natural. Your hairstyle should not appear stiff or that you have spent three hours at the salon.
Concert or sporting event? No outfit or hairstyle will do
And finally, if your first date is during a concert of the hottest alternative rock band or the finals of a basketball game, the appropriate personality should be 'invisible and goodbye.' That's right, cancel that date. A wise huntress should never allow first dates to be in these noisy circumstances. The first date is, after all, a crucial segment of the 'getting to know' stage.
By following the above tips you will most likely have a more pleasant first date experience. Hopefully, it will lead to future dates if you so desire!
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