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    Anna

    I definitely agree some form of uniform should be worn. If not a uniform the clothes you wear should look smart. Clean and tidy.
    I have black tights/leggings and Black top. I’m yet to get my logo printed on them.

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      Penny

      I’m black legging and a black long-t-shirt too 🙂

  2. Trudi Maddox

    100% agree with the whole – change out of your uniform to normal clothes. Just because I have a home salon doesn’t mean I treat it any different to working out of the home. (as mentioned before) I wear jeggings (postie plus ones are amazing) with a black logo’d t-shirt and the same black cardi (bargain find at kmart)!

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      Penny

      Awesome!!

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    Parveen Kaur Thakur

    I love to wear a different style of clothes every day not that I disagree with uniforms but I personally like to get dressed asIi mentioned before so haven’t thought of having a uniform yet..
    hmm maybe I would like to go for a black T-shirt or shirt with a golden sequence or gold printed brand name on it. Waoowww, that will look kool to wear i guess .. i’m excited how to see how this turns out to be .. I would like to give the uniform a try..:D

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      Penny

      There’s nothing wrong with no uniform as long as you’re consistent – but yes your idea sounds cool! Maybe a black branded t-shirt with a different colourful skirt each day will give you the best of both worlds?

  4. ToniClinton

    I hated having to wear the same thing everyday same as Parveen. Now that I have my apron I can wear anything underneath cause the apron is my uniform. Usually its just jeans and a plain top.

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      Penny

      That’s such a good way of compromising on it, and your apron looks super cool too

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    Zaytia Coulter

    I feel branded uniforms are impersonal. I KNOW I am not seeing you, I am seeing the company you portray (which is know you are anyway, but non branded uniforms make me feel like I know the real you, not the brand you). Does that make sense? I also hate how generic I feel in a uniform. Probably from years of working hospo. Like I could do a “uniform” or a black or white silk shirt and black sateen jeans. But I couldn’t have a logo on it. Just personally

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      Penny

      Love this perspective 🙂

  6. Miki Sadakane

    I love the idea of uniform but I don’t have one. I just can’t keep changing before every appointment as I work different job in a morning then I pick kids up from school and drop off and pick up to/from kids sports. Also I usually quickly cook dinner before an appointment, if I cook wearing uniform, sometimes it would smell dinner when I see a client.
    I always wear my apron, so whatever I wear, I look kind of a same. Make a logo on a apron would be great !

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      Penny

      A logo on your apron would be the perfect compromise 🙂

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    Nicole Leatham

    Another person who doesn’t particularly wear a uniform. I do wear similar clothes, usually denim shorts or jeans and a tee BUT I always jhave my hair done, makeup done and I wear my apron. I am wanting to put my logo on my apron eventually (just haven’t got there yet) and like Toni, then THAT is my uniform.

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      Penny

      That’s a perfect uniform 🙂

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