|Long Haired GSD (Photo credit: Wikipedia)--long hair but the same length all over|
|English: Male long hair in Western culture. Totnes, UK 2008 (Saturday afternoon, about tea time) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
|English: Amateur tsumami kushi, a comb, a traditional Japanese hair decoration. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
What makes it tick?
What is the story behind it?
What is the true color?
How does it stay in place?
the ronnie republic has answered these questions...........
After careful lengthy observation and prolonged thought it seems the mystery can be solved by talking about the cut.
It isn't cut--more accurately it is not layered.
It is all one length cut somewhere in the back--as if it was hand held or a pony tail that has been cut off--the blunt cut.
It is a blunt cut--combed back and held with spray.
Note the photos--in the example of the German Shepard--the hair is long but it is all the same length. Donald has employed the strategy of the human being with long hair of one length but simply cut it off shorter and held it in place with massive amounts of hair spray.
Why does it fall forward in that odd way.........
Because the hair is too long for the style and his hair is thin in texture--he may have a lot of thin hair.
|This look is difficult to pull off even for the beautiful people and once age becomes a factor, almost impossible.|
Maybe the attempt is to cover the balding crown with the majority of the hair in the front plagued by a low forehead.
|The wind is always unpredictable and risky|
Well, what do you think.................
Opposing views accepted.
Check out this post suggesting he is suffering from a pretty good hair style in the 70's that has aged poorly........you know, like the 60 year old lady with a high pony tail, gray hair and bangs--what looked really good at one time is now dated.
Perhaps the donald wants the look of the 70's for today---you know the philosophy--oh, I really have long hair but I just cut it off and combed it back because I have to get a job now......I'm still young and cool.
At the end of the day this is the look Donald Trump would like to achieve--this is the message he is really trying to send--but when it comes to color, texture, strength, confidence--it might just come down to gene pool.