13 Photos Of Donald Trump's Hair, Through Thick & Thin
If you keep an eye on politics and the news, you may notice that the president's mane is a frequently broached subject. It's the kind of topic that has been covered in the New York Times, TIME magazine, Rolling Stone, New York Magazine, and other places. So, if you're ever been interested in a photo history of Donald Trump's hair, here's your chance to take it all in.
For what it's worth, the president also seems to be aware of the public's curiosity in his locks. In 2015, the New York Times reported on Trump's presidential campaign trail in South Carolina and noted that he asked a woman to pull his hair to prove it was real. He told his audience, "I don’t wear a toupee — it’s my hair." Three years later in February 2018, the president spoke at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Oxon Hill, Maryland, and gave the audience a generous view of the back of his head — specifically, Trump's thinning spot.
While speaking of his hair in Maryland, the New York Times reported, Trump appeared to have a vulnerable moment and told his audience, "Oh, I try like hell to hide that bald spot, folks. I work hard at it. It doesn't look bad. Hey, we are hanging in, we are hanging in, we are hanging in there. Right? Together, we are hanging in."
In January, People magazine wrote about Trump's White House doctor, Ronny Jackson, who said that Trump takes Propecia, a common pill for male baldness taken once a day to purportedly slow hair loss. So it won't be wrong to say that the president puts care into his hair. Here's a visual history into Trump's mane.
1An Intimate & Anterior View
Here's a detailed and up close view of the president's hair from the front.
2Then There's The Back
Trump seems to have feathery layers in the back of his head. If you're looking for a description, think in terms of "avian," "crisp," or how New York Magazine put it: "gossamer."
3With Light Shining Atop His Locks
If you've wondered what exactly Trump's hair color is, don't worry; Vanity Fair interviewed 32 celebrities who tried to describe Trump's hair color at the Toronto Film Festival in 2015. Ellen Page said it was "corn" while Idris Elba said it was "cornflake color." Comedian Sarah Silverman called it the color of "Tuscan surprise" and Elle Fanning sounded a dash poetic when she described Trump's hair as "buttery silver brass." Whatever color it is, Trump's hair does get people talkin'.
4Same Hair But In Dramatic Lighting
Maybe this kind of from-the-top lighting should help people figure what Trump's hair color is.
5From The Side
It may look thin from this angle but as Trump has assured the public time and again that his hair doing just fine. In 2011, the former Celebrity Apprentice host appeared in an in-depth Rolling Stone interview and explained his hair routine with intricate detail. "OK, what I do is, wash it with Head and Shoulders. I don't dry it, though. I let it dry by itself. It takes about an hour," Trump said about his morning routine.
"Do I comb it forward? No, I don't comb it forward," he added. "I actually don't have a bad hairline. When you think about it, it's not bad. I mean, I get a lot of credit for comb-overs. But it's not really a comb-over. It's sort of a little bit forward and back."
6Getting Personal at the CPAC In Maryland
Remember that bit about Trump showing his balding spot to his Maryland audience in February? Well, here's a glimpse from that eventful day.
7Slicking That Mane Back
Some more hair touching and feeling for the crowd.
8Hat & Hair
Trump seems to be having a good time here.
9Trump & That Thing That Happens After A Balloon Touches Your Hair
In case you were ever interested, here is a 2015 shot of Trump's static hair in the United Kingdom only seconds after a protester rubbed a yellow balloon on his head.
Getting that vitamin D under the sun.
11In The Mighty Wind
You can expect to see Trump's hair in the air in various photos where the president is either ascending or descending Air Force One. Blame the wind.
12The Hair & Fans
The president's hair seems to be doing OK here among admirers.
13Through Thick & Thin
While some may not be interested in looking at Trump's thinning spot, combed sides, coiffed top, and other mane-related things, one thing is clear: his hair is going to be a topic for as long as he's president of the United States. Maybe even after that, too.