Donald Trump Embraces Grey Hair Colour As He Appears To Ditch The Dye
It's not usually very nice to point out someone's greying hair - especially if they might have a bit of a complex about it - but then it's also not very nice to say you're gonna grab someone by the... Well, you know the rest.
With that in mind, let's draw our attention to the phenomenon that is Donald Trump's barnet, which appears to have transformed into a silvery shade more often associated with 74-year-olds.
Yup, he seems to now be embracing a more natural grey colour, having been spotted looking noticeably different on Tuesday as he held a press conference in the White House's Rose Garden.
Many people noticed how the US President - normally known for his year-long tan and strawberry blonde hair - is now rocking a decidedly more mature look.
Has he been struggling to get a hair appointment like the rest of us, or is he going for more of a statesmanlike, presidential vibe ahead of November's election?
One person asked on Twitter: "Has #Trump stopped using the 'peach coloured pomade' hair colouring??? It looked grey last night."
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Another Twitter user said: "Am I the only one who noticed Trump's naturally blonde hair has suddenly turned white? I mean who does he think he is, Jane Fonda?"
White Hair Day On The Left...Yellow On The Right...!?! #TrumpPressConference #TrumpIsANationalDisgrace #Trump #DonaldTrump pic.twitter.com/9rZocWa4IZ
- The Truth Rocks Out! (@TruthRocksOut) July 15, 2020
A third speculated: "Just noticed how grey #Trump's hair is. It suits him better than the yellow. But it's a planned look. He suddenly stopped dying his hair so he would look presidential and join the ranks of other presidents whose hair is commented on by the unnaturally grey. Always scheming."
Either way, Trump is clearly very proud of his hair, having tweeted last February to say his hair looked 'good' after a photo of him went viral.
Retweeting the photo of himself - in which a strange tan line was circling his face - Trump claimed the image had been 'photoshopped'.
He wrote: "More Fake News. This was photoshopped, obviously, but the wind was strong and the hair looks good? Anything to demean!"
However, it was too late, as he'd already been turned into a meme by the fast-acting and creative geniuses of the internet.
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