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What's McDonald's policy on piercings, tattoos and nail polish?

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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.

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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.

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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

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No offensive tattoos, no nail polish (unless clear), and one set of small earrings.

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As long as it wasn’t visible

Answered - Frycook (Former Employee) - Warnbro WA

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You are not aloud to wear nail polish , necklaces , bracelets, earings except studs ,facial piercings.

Answered - Fast Food Worker (Current Employee) - Toronto NSW

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No nail polish, covered piercings and tattoos

Answered - Rosny Park - Kitchen night staff (Former Employee) - Rosny Park TAS

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Not allowed at any time

Answered - Crew Member (Former Employee) - Thornleigh NSW

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U can have tattoos but can't have piercings or nail polish

Answered - Crew Member (Current Employee) - Dickson ACT

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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

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