Today I’m here to share with you some job interview tips I’ve picked up over the years and I also want to tell you about a new and innovative job recruitment website which will help you find the perfect job. City Calling is a website which helps both jobseekers and employers alike by connecting ideal matches together and creating wonderful opportunities. gives a refreshing approach and allows you to personalise your job search so you can find jobs you’ll love which are relevant to what YOU want. The City Calling website has a huge amount of job vacancies just waiting to be explored.

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Since my blog is mainly beauty and fashion, the main thing I’ll discuss in this post will be appropriate fashion and makeup choices for your interview. I’ll also include some other helpful suggestions which will hopefully help you out.

I think one of the first things that comes to mind when you have a job interview is the panic of what you’re going to wear and how you’re going to look. A job interview is stressful, and you want to do nothing but impress. Employers want to hire somebody who looks smart and presentable, they wan’t to hire somebody who looks right for the job. If you show up unwashed in your creased jeans and tee with messy hair and dirty nails chances are the employer isn’t going to take you seriously. You need to make a good impression and show them that you are able to take care of yourself.

An interview is a very formal moment and the first impressions count. Make sure you are wearing an outfit that suits the environment you will be working in. If you’re going to work in a professional office, don’t turn up in your favourite Friday night dress or your comfortable jeans and tee. Choose something that is smart and well fitted that blends in with the people who surround you. If you’re going to be working with children, add a pop of colour in with a soft muted blazer or cardigan. If you’re going to be working in the fashion industry, add some of the latest trends into your outfit while keeping it smart. It’s all about dressing for the environment in a professional way. If you’re unsure about the right attire to wear, doing some research on the company might help to give you some ideas.


  • Shower, brush teeth, wear deodorant and clean clothes. It’s important to not smell unpleasant. If you’re a smoker, try to avoid smoking until you’ve finished your interview
  • Make sure your hair is clean, neatly brushed and not covering your face
  • Men and women, find a good skincare routine that makes the best of your skin. Moisturising, cleansing and exfoliating makes a big difference
  • Make sure that your nails are cleaned and filed. A clear nail polish is great for giving a simple and attractive finish
  • If you’re wearing makeup, try to keep it looking as natural as possible (unless the job position requires a more dramatic look)
  • If you’re wearing a fragrance, make sure the scent is very delicate and light.


  • Always dress smartly for the environment you will be working in. Your outfit doesn’t have to be dull and dark. It’s fine to add in some colour and accessories, as long as it isn’t too dramatic and you look presentable
  • Always make sure your clothes are clean and leave them in a safe place until the day of your interview
  • Take the time to iron your clothes and remove creases
  • Make sure your shoes are clean and polished and keep heels at a sensible height
  • When choosing your outfit, make sure you feel comfortable when wearing it so you don’t have the added stress of worrying about how you look
  • Buy clothes that fit you well.


  • Make sure you know how to get to the location of your interview
  • Do plenty of research on the company you will potentially be working with
  • Arrive 10 minutes before the time of your interview
  • Greet your interviewers with a smile and firm handshake
  • Be polite and remain professional
  • Don’t forget to bring copies of your CV
  • Avoid answering questions with a simple yes or no, elaborate and ask your own questions to show you’re interested but try not to ramble on too much
  • Be enthusiastic

I really hope you’ve found this post useful. I know a lot of my readers are teenagers, and I’ve even had conversations with some of you guys through emails where we’ve talked about leaving school and feeling nervous and unsure about what you’re going to do next. I know so many of you will find the website very useful, so please make sure you join up and take a look!


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