Interviews can be the deciding factor in a job application process which is why they need to be taken very seriously.
This is especially true for a hostess position in which customer services is the prime focus. While the cliché that first impression is the last impression has long been proven wrong, it is evident in its truest form where customers are concerned. This is largely due to the fact that a hostess projects a company’s image by the way she dresses and conducts herself.
While it is important for a hostess to dress appropriately when at work, it is much more important to dress well when appearing for an interview. Low cut necks, jeans, sandals and khakis do not give the impression of being professional. Remember! employers look for professionalism at every level.
The best bet for a hostess working in a hospitality environment is to wear a modest blouse or shirt with pants and close toed heels or flats. This should be reflected at the time of interview.
As the job of hostess is all about hygiene, your nails should be clean and well groomed during interview. Keep away from extremes of nail length and polish color. You can use light colored nail polish – no blues, blacks, reds or oranges!
It will be a good idea to do light makeup with a little bit of rouge and mascara so that you don’t look lazy – but, black eyeliner and dark red lipstick is out.
Another good tip for dressing for an interview for the position of a hostess is to ensure that your hair is neatly tied back with a pin or a band. It does not look very professional to keep pulling your hair back with your hands and generally get flustered because of it getting into your hair.
Jewelry is out; use limit jewelry
Don’t forget to use a light perfume before leaving