) Hair will be neatly groomed. The length and bulk of the hair will not be excessive or present a ragged, unkempt, or extreme appearance. Hair will not fall over the eyebrows or extend below the bottom edge of the collar. Hairstyles will not interfere with proper wearing of military headgear. Long hair that falls naturally below the bottom edge of the collar will be neatly and inconspicuously fastened or pinned, so no free-hanging hair (i.e. ponytail, pigtail, braid not secured to the head) is visible.
B.) Hair holding ornaments (such as but not limited to, barrettes, pins, clips, bands), if used, must be unadorned and plain, transparent or similar in color to the hair, and will be inconspicuously placed. Devises that are conspicuous, excessive or decorative are prohibited (i.e. beads, bows, claw clips, etc.)
Wearing of Jewelry
The wearing of a wrist watch, and not more than two rings (wedding set is considered one ring) is authorized with militia uniforms unless prohibited for safety or health reasons as long as the style is conservative and in good taste.
No jewelry, watch chains, or similar items, to include pens and pencils, will appear exposed on uniforms. Authorized exceptions are a conservative tie tack or tie clasp, which may be worn with the black four-in-hand necktie.
Women are authorized optional wear of screw-on, clip-on, or post- type earrings with the uniforms. Earrings will not exceed 6mm or 1/4 inch in diameter. They will be of gold, silver, white pearl, or diamond; unadorned and spherical. When worn, earrings will fit snugly against the ear and will be worn as a matched pair with only one earring per ear lobe. Men are not authorized to wear any type of earring when in uniform.
Fad devices, vogue medallions, personal talismans, or amulets are not authorized for wear in uniform or on duty.