August 1st, 2022
Looking date-worthy is all about presenting the best version of yourself. Here are some dos and don’ts to follow:
1. Dress to impress. You want to look your best, so put on something that makes you feel confident. This doesn’t mean you have to wear a suit or dress, but make sure your clothes are clean, neat, and in good condition.
2. Take care of your appearance. Your hair, skin, and teeth should all be in good condition. If you need to, take the time to groom yourself before your date.
3. Be polite and respectful. Treat your date with courtesy and respect, and be respectful of their time. Make sure you show up on time for your date, and if you need to cancel or reschedule, do so as early as possible.
4. Be interesting and engaging. Talk about things that interest you, and ask your date about themselves too. Don’t just talk about yourself the whole time – be interested in getting to know them too!
5. Have a positive attitude. Be upbeat and positive – no one wants to date a Negative Nancy! Show enthusiasm for life and for your date, and make sure you have a good time!
1. Smoke or drink excessively. While it’s fine to have a drink or two, don’t overdo it. The same goes for smoking – it’s not attractive when you reek of smoke!
2. Wear too much makeup or perfume/cologne. A little bit is fine, but don’t overdo it. You don’t want your date to be overwhelmed by your scent!
3. Lie or be deceitful. If you’re not interested in your date, be honest about it – don’t lead them on just because you feel sorry for them! And if there are any aspects of your life that you don’t want to discuss with them, just tell them upfront that there are some things you’d rather not talk about. Honesty is always the best policy!
4. Criticize their appearance or behavior. It might seem like harmless joking at first, but criticizing someone’s appearance or behavior is never a good idea – especially on a first date! Just focus on the positives, and let them know that you like what you see!
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