Hair & clinical - page 4

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I was just wondering what the requirements are for hair during clinical rotations? I know each school is different, but I assume they won't differ much. I have long hair and hate wearing it in a pony tail out, it makes me look... Read More


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    Why would it be a potential for germs? It wouldn't be coming in contact with anything... I am referring to the small ones that wrap around the bun (like many ballet dancers wear).

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    Why would it be a potential for germs? It wouldn't be coming in contact with anything... I am referring to the small ones that wrap around the bun (like many ballet dancers wear).

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    That makes much more sense!! Haha. That is cute. I was thinking of the slouchy ones.
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    Hey guys! Check out this blog! There are lots of cute bun styles on there! http://www.thesmallthingsblog.com/20...d-bun.html?m=1

    So it's fine as long as it's not in your face and in a bun, right?
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    Hey guys! Check out this blog! There are lots of cute bun styles on there! http://www.thesmallthingsblog.com/20...d-bun.html?m=1

    So it's fine as long as it's not in your face and in a bun, right?
    Thank you! I found out we have to wear our hair up in lab as well as clincals, so I'm going to try to get a little creative!
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    Hey guys! Check out this blog! There are lots of cute bun styles on there! The Small Things Blog: Wrapped Bun

    So it's fine as long as it's not in your face and in a bun, right?
    Awesome! I know at my school it just needs to be out of the face and off the shoulders, but it doesn't necessarily HAVE to be in a bun. Just depends on your hair style / length, I guess.


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