The Navy has adjusted its hair rules for female sailors, now allowing them to wear their hair in braids, ponytails and dreadlock hairstyles, according to a CNN news report.

Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson made the statement on Facebook Live on Tuesday, saying that the U.S. Navy aims to be ‘much more inclusive.”

The new hairstyle will be approved only if the women can wear them properly along with their safety equipment and wear their uniform head gear securely without any safety hazards.

The new rules are as follows:

Ponytails, single braids and French braids will be allowed when wearing service, working and physical training uniforms.
Hair buns can now be the width of the back of the head.
Lock hairstyles may be worn in short, medium and long hair lengths. The partings must be square or rectangular “in order to maintain a neat and professional appearance.”
Female sailors can wear their hair down, below the lower edge of the collar of their blouse, jacket, or coat when they’re in dinner dress uniforms.
The policy comes nearly four years after the the Navy’s last update in 2014. It also follows backlash received by the U.S. Military for prohibiting black-centric hairstyles, such as cornrows in 2014. The Military was forced to roll back on that policy after public outrage.