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    Dress code for Lancome

    Does anyone know the dress code for Lancôme in general? I was told the length of my nails had to be short but don't remember the exact measurement. And what kind of shoes? I know the rest is all black.

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    If you are asking about inside ulta it is pretty laid back . regarding nails they do not have to be specific length but they have to look clean and manicured.

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    Yes. The Lancôme rep sent me the dress code but it says short? How short I usually get acrylics? But I don't do long. Just short and squared? Does it have to be a specific color?

    thank you for all your help

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    My lancome co workers at ulta always had semi short, like nicely done mani - gel or acrylic and they wore all the colors, even black.

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    I've worked several retailers that have Lancome and none have been terribly strict. With nails just consider if you are doing someones makeup, are you going to stab someone in the eye with your nail? Is the length of your nails going to be scary coming at their face? Will they see dirt under your nails?

    Shoes- black.. Most retailers have different standards mostly regarding how casual they can be.

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