Career Clinic: Will make-up help me get made up?
"I'm a junior associate at a large City firm. I was recently reading a Times article that said that 64% of directors think women who wear make-up look more professional, while 18% said that women who do not wear make-up 'look like they can't be bothered to make an effort'. I myself have never liked the stuff and rarely wear it, even at weekends, but the article has got me wondering whether the same applies for law firms. Do appearances really matter, or will my inner brilliance shine through regardless...?"
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