The 5 Things Your First Date Will Notice About You Right Away

Hoping to make a great impression on your first date? You may be concentrating on getting the wrong parts of your body ready. Most people care very little about which outfit you choose or the acne that you are so worried about. Instead, people typically notice these five things when meeting someone for the first time.

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Your Eyes
The eyes are a very common first place people look when they meet someone new. Your date may look at your eyes to tell at a quick glance whether you are genuinely warm and friendly or just putting on a fake smile. They may also look you in your eyes to show you how interested they are in you or to make a deeper connection with you.

Your Smile
Like your eyes, your smile will also tell if you are having a great time or if you cannot wait to leave. Your teeth should be white, straight and clean. If they are not, many dental offices allow you to get a new smile in one day so there is still time. Chances are, you will be smiling a lot, and you will want your teeth to be ready.

Your Hair
While your date will not be as particular about your hair as you are, he will still likely notice what your hair looks like in general. Whether you threw it up in a dirty pony-tail or you took the time to create numerous tiny, perfectly formed ringlets says a lot about it.

Your General Appearance
Your date will also notice your general appearance as your choice of clothes gives several indications to your personality. They will notice whether you dress to accentuate your best features or whether you threw on a sloppy old outfit. While they may notice your weight, a few extra pounds are easily forgivable if you dress them well.

Your Personality
Lastly, as you spend time with your date, he will notice your personality. It will not be the first thing he notices, but it will be the thing you are most remembered for. Do not be afraid to let your unique and sparkly personality shine.

If these five features are not your best aspects, there is no need to worry. Fix what you can, and accentuate your strengths. If you can be proud of four out of five of these features, you have a good chance of getting a second date as well. 

About the author:
April Labarron is a native of Southern California. She has her BA in English/Literature from MSJC in Menifee, Ca. She views her freelance writing, not only as a career, but as her passion. Other areas of interest include; movies, food, singing, soccer, traveling, shopping and a continuous desire for learning.   She lives on her own and is accompanied by her Pomeranian named, Elvis. She currently resides in Temecula, CA. 

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