Kimberly Schlegel Whitman has etiquette tips on how to let someone know if they have food in their teeth or lipstick on their teeth.
Etiquette tips from Kimberly Schlegel Whitman’s blog:
- Ask yourself, in each of these situations, what you would want someone sitting with you to do and then do it!
- What if the person is your boss or future mother-in-law? The situations can be tricky. Before you tell someone who is not your significant other or best friend about the lettuce in their teeth, give someone who is closer to that person the opportunity to point it out discreetly.
- If you are the most appropriate person to point something out, do it with kindness and discretion.
Smile with confidence knowing you don’t have any food in your teeth and listen to the Charlie Chaplin song, Smile: