Not that I’ve ever given that advice — because come on, why pass up the opportunity to wear head-to-toe fleece?— but some people do and the analogy works here.) And if you want to, there’s no harm in throwing on some makeup — or, more practically, getting a friend who likes makeup to help you put some on — and seeing if you like it or not.They also feel like it’s hard to meet men on their level who they feel are still down to earth.
We hear Black women in particular express concern time and time again over the lack of quality men in their local dating pools.
But is that the real reason so many sisters are still unhappily single in their 30s and beyond? On our hunt for answers we called on professional matchmakers Kelli Fisher and Tana Gilmore, who together make up professional agency The Matchmaking Duo.
GILMORE: As professional matchmakers we belong to a cross-country matchmakers' network. Anybody can join our database, but that doesn’t mean that you will be a match for one of our clients.
Professional business attire should convey your credibility and competence, but also reflect some personality without going overboard.
Some of them haven’t been on a date in two or three years. COM: Why do these Black women feel they haven’t been on any dates?