The style of women soldiers is also going to change in the United States

With the change of administrative power in the United States, now the style of women soldiers is also going to change. Women in the US Army will now also get a chance to dress up a bit. The Pentagon announced on Tuesday that female soldiers would be allowed to grow hair, use nail polices, and wear earrings.

The number of hair styles for women soldiers has been increased under the amendment to the Army’s grooming policies, including long hair. Earlier, women soldiers with long hair had to be tied up, which many soldiers described as inconvenient and said that it makes it difficult to wear their helmets.

Under the new policy, women soldiers would be allowed to have long hair in the form of ponytails or braids in training and tactical situations. In addition, women soldiers who do not want to have hair on their heads, will also be allowed to shave their heads. Please tell that before this, women soldiers had to keep hair for a certain length.

In addition, women soldiers will now be able to use nail polish and lipstick. But they should not use bright colors. Apart from this, it will still not be allowed to have too long nails. The same will happen with hair coloring. They will be allowed to wear earrings at the base but not in training and tactical positions.

The style of women soldiers is also going to change in the United States
The style of women soldiers is also going to change in the United States

US President Joe Biden can lift the ban on the inclusion of homosexuals in the US military through a new executive order. Former President Donald Trump banned homosexuals from joining the military in the first year of his term. It was only after Biden took office that the possibilities of his Pentagon policy were changed.

Retired General Lloyd Austin supported the move during a hearing before the Senate last week to confirm his name for the country’s defense minister. Austin said, “I support the president’s plan to lift this ban. If you are qualified to serve and can maintain the standard, then you should have the right to serve. “