Mcdonalds is super lenient with nail polish or even acrylic nails, earrings they are fine with as long as they are not big hoops/dangly/etc, any facial piercings should be hidden or a stud must be worn(for nose) and they don't care about your tattoos.
I have worked at McDonald's for 1.5 years now. You can not wear nail polish unless you are a gel ( guest experience leader). Earnings are not the most offensive but preferred one in each ear. If you have a nose ring or cartilage pierced they will make u put tape over it as it is "unprofessional". You can have a tattoo as long as it is not visible.
Piercings need to be covered, or clear, tattoos need to be covered and nail polish must be of natural colour
Answered - Crew Person (Current Employee) - Meadowbrook QLD
No offensive tattoos, no nail polish (unless clear), and one set of small earrings.
As long as it wasn’t visible
Answered - Frycook (Former Employee) - Warnbro WA
You are not aloud to wear nail polish , necklaces , bracelets, earings except studs ,facial piercings.
Answered - Fast Food Worker (Current Employee) - Toronto NSW
No nail polish, covered piercings and tattoos
Answered - Rosny Park - Kitchen night staff (Former Employee) - Rosny Park TAS
Not allowed at any time
Answered - Crew Member (Former Employee) - Thornleigh NSW
U can have tattoos but can't have piercings or nail polish
Answered - Crew Member (Current Employee) - Dickson ACT
Piercings were not tolerated only ear piercings were okay, tattoos were okay unless they were found unnecessary and nail polish was not okay because we were handling food.
Answered - Crew Member (Casual) (Former Employee) - Central Coast NSW