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See the man who wears make up to work – Had a fight with his bosses

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Man hits back at bosses for telling him to remove his make-up at work

20-Year-Old Scott Laplanche, from Wakefield, West Yorkshire in the U.K. says that while he was at work at an electronics store, he was asked to remove his make-up and believes that the request was discriminatory given that his female colleagues “wear more make-up than he does.”

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Although he had worked in the shop for around nine months and had never been told off for wearing make-up before, Laplanche says that new management told him to remove it completely. After refusing, they then told him to “tone it down.”

See his quote:

“Before I explain my frustrations, you need to bear in mind that.. There isn’t any makeup policy at work,”

“Also, a lot of my female colleagues wear more makeup than I do.”

“With that in mind, I’ve been working here for about 8/9months and I’ve never been reprimanded on my makeup before.”

“Actually quite the opposite.. some managers have supported me and complimented my makeup.”

“However recently we’ve had to go under new management.”

“Earlier on in the week I came to work as my fabulous self and was told to take off my makeup.”

“I was quite shocked… After I refused, I’m getting told to tone it down?”

“Excuse me? Tone it down? You can’t tone down a masterpiece.”

“I felt this was discriminatory?”


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