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Poll: Should operators be allowed to wear facial make up? (89 member(s) have cast votes)

Should operators be allowed to wear facial make up?

  1. Yes it should be allowed without restriction (8 votes [8.99%] - View)

    Percentage of vote: 8.99%

  2. Yes it should be allowed with restriction (33 votes [37.08%] - View)

    Percentage of vote: 37.08%

  3. No it should be banned completely (48 votes [53.93%] - View)

    Percentage of vote: 53.93%

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#51 melsm57

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Posted 18 July 2018 - 05:35 PM

Now this is one I find odd. Ok, no heavy make up (you don't want mascara flaking into your product), no perfume and no nail varnish but really? What is the point in banning a bit of concealer or lipstick? I see no point to be honest and I'd rather fight the battles I feel are important and just say "no heavy make up" with specifics on no false eyelashes, perfume, nail varnish etc but then make sure people wash their hands! For a lot of women working in industry "no make up" is a really difficult thing for them to accept and in my opinion without good reason.

I say concentrate on the things that really matter rather than fighting this battle for the sake of it.

I agree. Fight the battles you can definitively show with evidence to be a 'risk' after all that's the whole point. False fingernails - easy to demonstrate the risk - I've actually received some labels from a supplier with a false nail in it! - Lipstick - not so much.  It should be all about the risk containment, and a little make up (agree excessive make up can be vetoed) isn't in my experience a high risk item.






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