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Hair & Clinicals

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by sammmyo sammmyo (New) New Student

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Hi! I am just about to begin nursing school. In my universities handbook, it states that hair must be clean, neat, not touching the collar, restrained, and off the face. I have bangs. I love my bangs and look ridiculous without them (big head! lol). I was wondering if anyone knows if this will be a problem with those rules or if someone has witnessed someone with bangs in their program be allowed to have bangs for clinicals. 

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In most programs bangs are not an issue but it's always best to check with yours to be certain. 

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verene is a MSN and specializes in mental health / psychiatic nursing.

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Bangs are generally okay (provided they aren't in your eyes and you aren't shaking your head or touching them every 30 seconds to rearrange them).  The bulk of you hair however should be tied or pinned up out of the way. Check with your program if you have specific questions about hair styles.

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