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When it comes to dating, it helps to make a great first impression. After all, you want to leave your date wanting to see you again. This includes a number of factors, including your mannerisms, of course, but also your appearance. After all, 93% of communication is nonverbal. If you just got a date on Match.com,  you may want to prepare with extra care. Here are a few great ways to make a great first impression on your first date.
Hygiene is important, as we all know, but since dates often occur later in the day or evening, you may have to redo some of your upkeep from your morning routine. Make sure your breath is smelling fresh, and that your hair looks like you wanted it to when you went out this morning. Make sure you wash your hands, and it couldn’t hurt to wash your face. As a matter of fact, a shower couldn’t hurt, either.
Next, you need to pay attention to body language, both yours and theirs. Humans are great at reading body language and other nonverbal cues, so if you’re nervous, it’ll probably show. Try to remain calm and relaxed, but even if you’re not, try to avoid posture or gestures that reflect that, or your date will be just as nervous as you, if they’re not already.
Finally, there’s your outfit. When on a date, be yourself, first and foremost. However, your look on date night needs to be more carefully assembled than your everyday fair. Avoid wearing clothing that’s dirty, damaged, or overly wrinkled, as, out of context, this will tell your date that’s apathetic and sloppy, and you don’t want that. You don’t want to overdress if you’re not going to a fancy restaurant, but don’t dress too casually either. Don’t wear an offensive Tshirt, for example. For best results, keep your outfit simple


Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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