"the Female cabin crew were forced to wear shoes with heels, and be painted up.nMän was banned, however, the makeup. nNorwegians rules for the cabin crew brought strong criticism – now change the airline's guidelines. "
"the regulatory Framework for how the cabin crew on the Norwegian would have to dress and look was updated in april. Female employees had to wear shoes with at least two inches high heel. The only way to avoid the lugs was a medical certificate. Furthermore, it would be updated every six months and the female staff would always carry with him a copy of it, reported PLEASE. "
"There was also a requirement that female employees would wear makeup but only a natural make-up. Men, on the other hand just use makeup to cover the bruises, or the acne. They were not allowed to have long nails, wear nail Polish or have earrings. The hair could not be longer than to the edge of the shirt collar."
"It is common that airlines have rules regarding employee dress and appearance, but the Norwegian's detailed rules caused many to react. However, according to the airline, their requirements were not a problem internally. "
"May not be offensive,"
"We are a global airline that transports passengers from all over the world with different cultures and religions on board and then it is important that our flying colleagues behaving in a manner which can be considered offensive or provocative," said Astrid Mannion-Gibson, communications director at Norwegian, to the Aftonbladet newspaper then. "
"But now change the Norwegian their uniformsregler. "
" We are aware that some parts of our uniformsregler has created reactions and it has never been our intention to discriminate or offend anyone. At the same time, it is important to emphasize that the uniformsreglerna has been developed in cooperation with our cabin crew, " says Charlotte Holmbergh Jacobsson, communications manager at Norwegian."
"the Airline revises uniformsreglerna which means that the neutral, understated makeup is optional for both women and men in the new proposal. There will not be any requirement that female employees must wear shoes with at least two centimetre heel."