What matters in American Politics? Donald Trump’s hair!

22/10/2015

There are many debates currently hitting the headlines which will determine who will win the 2016 US election: Immigration, the health system, gun laws and of course foreign policy. All highly charged topics but there is one subject that is truly causing a stir in the media and getting everyone talking…

Just what has Donald Trump got on his head? 

Donald Trump has been a figure in the limelight for some years and his face and…hair is well known to the general public. Now he wishes to become the most powerful man in the world as the head of the Republican Party and President of the United States. So even more focus has been placed on what can only be described as a unique hair style. And his hair is up there with UFO’s, Ghosts, and the Bermuda Triangle as far as mysteries go.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump gestures and declares "You're fired!" at a rally in Manchester, New Hampshire, June 17, 2015. REUTERS/Dominick Reuter TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY - RTX1GZCO

A comb-over?

I have to say that I have always taken for granted that it is either a comb-over or a comb-forward. I have always accepted that Donald has thinning hair and this is the way that he deals with his hair loss. A kind of mask that no-one would possibly notice. Ummm…

But the strange thing about this (cue intro music for the “Twilight zone”) is that Donald does not appear to have hair loss issues. Mens Health Magazine have taken a closer look and cannot see a hair loss problem. There seems to be roots there…somewhere.

Also, it has to be taken into consideration that Donald’s hair has not changed in style since at least 1976. If he was suffering from hair loss it surely would have receded a little further in 40 years. OK, some men choose a style in their 20’s and 30’s and stick with it, but we have a style here that has attracted attention for all the wrong reasons. Why isn’t he listening to the press he is getting?

Men’s health points out three possibilities:

  1. It is used to hide baldness. Maybe Donald Trump went bald at an early age and preferred the look of a full head of hair ( this would have been way before the new fashion of the shaven look)
  2. A hair transplant that failed is being hidden.
  3. To hide flap surgery scar. This surgery involves cutting away the bald parts of the scalp—as in, actually removing large chunks of skin on your head—and then stretching and sewing together the skin that’s still producing hair. Rumour has it (and we must say this is rumour) he went for treatment in the 1980’s or 90’s. Alas, no evidence.

Well, we may never know. One thing you can say is that it has got everyone talking about him which has got to be good for marketing. Let’s just hope the 2016 American Election will not be dependent upon the candidate’s hairstyle. If so Mr. Obama is likely to win by more than… just a head.

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For an appointment in the US call Toll-free 1-855-767-5257 or email us at usa@www.skalp.com[:it]There are many debates currently hitting the headlines which will determine who will win the 2016 US election: Immigration, the health system, gun laws and of course foreign policy. All highly charged topics but there is one subject that is truly causing a stir in the media and getting everyone talking…

Just what has Donald Trump got on his head? 

Donald Trump has been a figure in the limelight for some years and his face and…hair is well known to the general public. Now he wishes to become the most powerful man in the world as the head of the Republican Party and President of the United States. So even more focus has been placed on what can only be described as a unique hair style. And his hair is up there with UFO’s, Ghosts, and the Bermuda Triangle as far as mysteries go.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump gestures and declares "You're fired!" at a rally in Manchester, New Hampshire, June 17, 2015. REUTERS/Dominick Reuter TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY - RTX1GZCO

A comb-over?

I have to say that I have always taken for granted that it is either a comb-over or a comb-forward. I have always accepted that Donald has thinning hair and this is the way that he deals with his hair loss. A kind of mask that no-one would possibly notice. Ummm…

But the strange thing about this (cue intro music for the “Twilight zone”) is that Donald does not appear to have hair loss issues. Mens Health Magazine have taken a closer look and cannot see a hair loss problem. There seems to be roots there…somewhere.

Also, it has to be taken into consideration that Donald’s hair has not changed in style since at least 1976. If he was suffering from hair loss it surely would have receded a little further in 40 years. OK, some men choose a style in their 20’s and 30’s and stick with it, but we have a style here that has attracted attention for all the wrong reasons. Why isn’t he listening to the press he is getting?

Men’s health points out three possibilities:

  1. It is used to hide baldness. Maybe Donald Trump went bald at an early age and preferred the look of a full head of hair ( this would have been way before the new fashion of the shaven look)
  2. A hair transplant that failed is being hidden.
  3. To hide flap surgery scar. This surgery involves cutting away the bald parts of the scalp—as in, actually removing large chunks of skin on your head—and then stretching and sewing together the skin that’s still producing hair. Rumour has it (and we must say this is rumour) he went for treatment in the 1980’s or 90’s. Alas, no evidence.

Well, we may never know. One thing you can say is that it has got everyone talking about him which has got to be good for marketing. Let’s just hope the 2016 American Election will not be dependent upon the candidate’s hairstyle. If so Mr. Obama is likely to win by more than… just a head.

Skalp™Micro Pigmentation is a solution for Hair loss.

For an appointment in the UK or Europe call 0845 094 1516 or email us at hello@www.skalp.com

For an appointment in the US call Toll-free 1-855-767-5257 or email us at usa@www.skalp.com

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