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Posted on Jan 2, Male Airmen are not authorized to wear nail polish. Some examples of extreme colors included, but are not limited to, purple, gold, blue, black, bright fire engine red and florescent colors. Do not apply designs to nails or apply two-tone or multi-tone colors; however, white-tip French manicures are authorized.
Fingernails must not interfere with the performance of assigned duties. Fingernails must not hinder proper fit of prescribed safety equipment or uniform items.
e-CFR data is current as of December 20, : Code of Federal Regulations
Posted in these groups: Uniforms Grooming Standards Standards. Posted 4 y ago. This picture makes my Army hurt. TSgt Joshua Copeland 4 y. SGT Michael Glenn 4 y.
Conservative Nail Polish?
SPC Join to see 2 y. There has been a lot of discussion over the regulation on makeup and nails.
Personally, I think all branches should use the Air Force Regulation on this one. Colors that don’t take away from the uniform would be like a light pink for Caucasian woman and shades of brown for African American and Hispanic women, the shade dependent on their shade of skin. And of course, light tans for all races. I don’t think nail color makes civilians think of us any less or make it look as though we aren’t professional.
Again, this is all personal opinion but I have also taken a poll throughout my entire brigade and we came to the same conclusion. Its not that big of a deal PVT Raymond Lopez 11 mo.
Conservative Nail Polish? | RallyPoint
CW5 Join to see. It’s cool looking, but I would not characterize it as conservative. Oh, plain and simple I actually just can’t get passed that part. I’m also sort of concerned that this seems to allow pink and apparently red that isn’t bright?
If I saw the manicure pictured I’d give the girl or guy and A for effort and hand them some polish remover. CMSgt Join to seeand therein is either the advantage or problem, depending on your point of view.
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Air Force Family Support Requirements
SSG P Join to see 4 y. I don’t have the answer to the manicure dilemma, but if a woman soldier wants to get afj nails done, it should compliment her uniform Unless some female airman has red skin complexion she should not be wearing red nail polish. That would be a contrast right?
To make my life easier I’d interpret this literally and not allow anything I would notice in passing without intentionally looking. Here is the link: Sign Up with Facebook. Sign Up with Google. Sign Up with Email. Already have an account? Log In with Facebook.
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