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Trump hugs his gray hair amid the coronavirus pandemic


President Donald Trump apparently took on a more natural look during the coronavirus pandemic and faded his well-known blonde hair to gray.

The 74-year-old president is known for his interest in getting his look with a one-year tan and perfectly positioned hair.

Although salons and beauticians across the country have been closed due to corona virus shutdowns, it looks like Trump has missed some of his own hair appointments and can't keep his curls golden.

He was active as a statesmanlike gray mop, only four months until the election in November.

Trump in January with blonde hair

President Donald Trump appeared on Tuesday in the rose garden with noticeably gray hair, pictured on the left. A few months ago he still had blonde hair, which was shown exactly in January

Trump's hair looked more natural and grayer when he spoke in the rose garden on Tuesday

Trump's hair looked more natural and grayer when he spoke in the rose garden on Tuesday

Trump's hair before the coronavirus pandemic pictured above in January was blonder than it is now

Trump's hair before the coronavirus pandemic pictured above in January was blonder than it is now

When Trump showed up for a briefing in the rose garden on Tuesday, there was a remarkable difference in his hair color compared to his days before the pandemic.

Just a few months ago, the president still had blond hair with often showy roots that showed the difference between his bottle-blonde and natural color.

While the corona virus persists across the country, its recent appearances have shown significantly less hydrogen peroxide.

Trump has made his hair famous in everything from interviews to campaign events. He often defended himself against claims that it wasn't his own and said, "It's better than most of my friends."

Last February, he boasted "The hair looks good" when Twitter made fun of an unflattering tan line on his face.

& # 39; More fake news. That was done with Photoshop, of course, but the wind was strong and the hair looks good? To humiliate everything! & # 39; Trump tweeted in response to those who beat him up for "orange face".

1989

1983

The Development of Trump Hair: During his rise in the 1980s, Donald Trump boasted of flowing blonde curls

1990s: In 1999 Trump's hair was still flowing, but took on a more dramatic forward-looking wave at the front and looked thinner

1990s: In 1999 Trump's hair was still flowing, but took on a more dramatic forward-looking wave at the front and looked thinner

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2005

In the early 2000s, the Trump barnet took on different shades and had a more dramatic side parting

2016: Trump's hairstyle remained largely unchanged in the 2000s. Here he is depicted on the President's campaign

2016: Trump's hairstyle remained largely unchanged in the 2000s. Here he is depicted on the President's campaign

2016

2019

In the White House: And once in the White House, Trump kept his trademark

Trump has made his hair famous in everything from interviews to campaign events. He often defended himself against claims that it wasn't his own and said, "It's better than most of my friends."

Trump has made his hair famous in everything from interviews to campaign events. He often defended himself against claims that it wasn't his own and said, "It's better than most of my friends."

Trump claimed on Twitter that despite jokes about his fake tan, his hair looked good

Trump claimed on Twitter that despite jokes about his fake tan, his hair looked good

An unprocessed pool photo from the same moment in February shows Trump with a much less noticeable line around his face than in the black and white version

An unprocessed pool photo from the same moment in February shows Trump with a much less noticeable line around his face than in the black and white version

In an interview with Rolling Stone in 2011, Trump spoke about his hair care.

"OK, what I do is wash my head and shoulders. However, I do not dry it. I let it dry by itself. It'll take about an hour, ”he said.

At a fiery campaign rally in North Carolina in September 2019, he defended his hair in a strange comment on choosing the location of the rally as "mine."

Originally planned for Fayetteville Regional Airport, it was relocated to the Crown Expo Center because of its larger capacity and the weather forecast predicted rain.

At a campaign rally in North Carolina in September 2019, as shown, Trump defended his hair as "mine" and joked that it was "better than most of my friends" when he explained the location of the rally

At a campaign rally in North Carolina in September 2019, as shown, Trump defended his hair as "mine" and joked that it was "better than most of my friends" when he explained the location of the rally

"I was even willing to stand out in the rain and get my hair drenched, but they said it was a little bit outside of your district," Trump told the crowd.

"But I was ready to do it. I would have taken it. I would have been very proud of it. It would at least have shown that it was my real hair, "he said of his willingness to be outside in the event of rain.

"It's my hair. Maybe not great, but I'll say it's better than most of my friends the same age," he said of his mane when the crowd laughed and cheered him on.

His hair had made headlines only months earlier in June 2019 when the president dared to change his hairstyle.

The President arrived at the McLean Bible Church in Vienna, Virginia in June after his golf trip, which apparently meant that he had no time to do his usual hair preparations

The President arrived at the McLean Bible Church in Vienna, Virginia in June after his golf trip, which apparently meant that he had no time to do his usual hair preparations

The president was photographed during a visit to a Protestant church in McLean, Virginia, when he arrived straight from his golf trip to Trump National Golf Club in Potomac Falls and was still wearing his golf shoes.

But the president seemed visibly uncomfortable when he had to remove a baseball cap that he wore earlier in the day playing golf.

When he was on stage with Pastor David Platt, he was seen with his hair combed.

Hours later he returned to his usual look when he attended a gala.