What Would a Haircut from Japan’s Leading Barber Look Like?

In the corporate world, first impressions count. These first impressions can be a crucial thing to whether or not you will be accepted for the job. And that is why we put our best foot forward when we go to an interview. We research the company, familiarize ourselves with common interview questions, and put our best suit in an interview.

A clean-shaven face and a good haircut can also make or break your application in the company. After all, who would want to hire a dirty-looking lad?

Jotaro Takigawa, the only university student on the SoraNews24, tried out a haircut from “Japan’s Leading Barber”. How did he look like after?

Find out on the site.

(Image Credit: SoraNews24)

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Not to nitpick but "How did he look like after?" isn't right -- It's just "How did he look after" (or "afterwards." (Good grammar is even more important in an interview than a new haircut!) That said, yeah, wearing your hair in a standard "men's cut" that you could get in any corner barbershop in America looks more professional and adult than a more casual, younger look. Not really surprising.
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