What is the Marine Corps hair regulations?
Basic Rules Hair may be no longer than 3 inches long and the bulk of the hair (as you hair lies flat on your head it may not extend beyond 2 inches from your scalp) restriction applies equally to male Marines. 2. Even graduation at the hairline from zero, at the nape of the neck is the rule of thumb.
Can you have braids in the Marines?
In general, no “trendy or eccentric styles” are authorized by the U.S. Marines when in uniform. Braids are permitted so long as they are neatly fastened, pinned, or secured and follow the above guidelines when headgear is also used.
Can male Marines dye their hair?
General Rules. Head or facial hair cannot be grown or cut in a way that yields eccentricities in appearance. Hair coloring must be a natural color and complement a person’s skin tone.
Do Marines have to shave their heads?
Male Marines are not required to have hair clipped to the scalp all over the head, except when he is undergoing recruit training. A male Marine may shave his entire head. Female Marines have looser standards, as the Marine Corps has recently allowed the exception of locks, twists, and braids.
What are the USMC service Charlie uniform regulations?
Service Charlies is a standard working uniform during the Spring and Summer seasons. This is to be utilized while on-base while conducting general Marine duties, as well as hosting. They are worn with a garrison cap or service cover. Service Cover (E7+) or Garrison Cap (E1-E7)
What is the Marine Corps order on haircuts?
General Rules. Head or facial hair cannot be grown or cut in a way that yields eccentricities in appearance.
What are the Marine Corps uniform regulations?
Uniform Regulations (MCO P1020.34G) Marine Corps Order P1020.34G is an approximately 300 page order, detailing very specifically how Mariines are expected to dress and act in and out of uniform. This, in my opinion (and many others), is the most imortant order for a new Marine to get his or her hands on.
Is there a length regulation for hair in the Army?
There is no minimum length for the wear of a ponytail or braid. The only exception on the length of the ponytail or braid is while conducting tactical or physical training. The length of the hair should not hinder a Soldier’s performance or present a safety risk.