Have you let your appearance go during your college years? After all, you were probably so busy with your studies and other college life that you might have just given into the fact that you didn't have to shave or even get your hair cut. The shaggy dog look might have been somewhat appealing, and you might have blended right in with your other shaggy friends. You might have even taken to wearing just old T-shirts and jeans that didn't do a lot for your appearance.
With college graduation ahead of you, maybe you have decided to improve your appearance. First of all, you more than likely want to look nice for your family when they come to your commencement exercises. Plus, won't you be looking for a meaningful way to make a living? There are some ideas that might help you look downright handsome.
Arrange For Men's Haircut Services - A shave and a hair cut might not just cost two-bits anymore, whatever two-bits means. However, you will more than likely find that men's haircut services are quite affordable. Do you have a hairstyle in mind already? Maybe you admire the haircut that a favorite celebrity wears? If so, show a picture of that particular celebrity and ask the person who will give you the haircut to mimic the picture.
Whether you want a traditional style like George Clooney's or a more modern hair cut that you see in a hairstyle magazine, the person who cuts your hair will have the training to do a great job. If you have no idea how you want your haircut, don't fret. The stylist will have the experience to know which haircut will flatter the shape of your face and your body type. Find out if the stylist can also shave your beard or if he or she can give you a great beard trim.
Focus On A New Wardrobe - An entire men's suit might cost more money than you currently have, but you'll probably need one in the real world, right? Consider going to a resale shop where you might find even an expensive suit for a super good price. For that matter, that might be a great place to buy dress shirts, nice belts and other accessories you'll want to purchase.
Lose the old T-shirts, too. Nice new ones come in many affordable prices, so that might not be too much of a drain on your wallet. Your largest expense might be in your selection of shoes. If friends or family members give you cash for graduation gifts, new shoes might be a good way to spend that cash.