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Topic Title: Secrets of Trump's hair revealed - by Ivanka!
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 01/04/2018 02:20 AM
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interesting piece on Trump's hair


Secrets of Trump's hair revealed - by Ivanka!
The color of the president's hair, described in the book as an orange-blond, is from Trump not leaving Just For Men in long enough
The color of the president's hair, described in the book as an orange-blond, is from Trump not leaving Just For Men in long enough

Ivanka Trump has spilled the beans to her friends on how her father's unusual hairstyle came to be, author Michael Wolff's new book reveals.

'She often described the mechanics behind it to friends: an absolutely clean pate - a contained island after scalp-reduction surgery - surrounded by a furry circle of hair around the sides and front, from which all ends are drawn up to meet in the center and then swept back and security by a stiffening spray,' Wolff wrote.

The book also claims that the president, at age 71, is no longer a natural blond.

'The color, she would point out in comical effect, was from a product called Just for Men - the longer it was left on, the darker it got,' Wolff said.

Just for Men is usually used to hide gray hairs.

'Impatience resulted in Trump's orange-blond hair color,' the forthcoming book, entitled 'Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House,' said.



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 01/05/2018 06:39 AM
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Isn't Trump on finasteride for prostate problems, that's why he's got most of his hair. Even as males get older for some reason AGA will sometimes reverse itself naturally, which I'm guessing is due to an increase in estrogen levels that also causes weight gain. Getting old is not fun but at least your hair comes back in.
 01/05/2018 06:56 AM
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X I did read that about Trump being on Finasteride but I think he is being give limited information just like he was given limited information about his scalp reduction if true. In my opinion DHT act just like cholesterol in the body. It shows up at the scene of the crime because it's actually the body's protective mechanism and it's not DHT that should be reduced but estrogen levels. With cardiac issues it's not cholesterol that should be reduced but inflammation.

As the body ages it metabolism slows down increasing adipose tissue which in turn raises estrogen levels. Add all xeno, myco, phyto, and synthetic estrogens in the environment and it's any wonder one ends up with prostate cancer or any other kind of cancer for that matter. What he should be doing is changing his diet and lifestyle habits. Finasteride only adds to his problems in my opinion. Yes having money is nice but being bloated and unhealthy while raising your risk for cancer doesn't make much sense at least to me. Sure he might end up losing some more hair but if you look at the risk/reward being alive might be better.

It's interesting to read what his daughter has to say about his hair. I'm sure many hair transplant patient are in the same position they just don't know it. Sometimes on a rare occasion someone will say something or ask but most simply stare and speak behind closed doors. I don't get that much any longer but yes in the past people would tend to stare trying to figure it out just as many are trying to figure out Trumps hair. When young guys go for a procedure and have thick caliber hairs from the robust areas of the doner placed in hairline sometimes stares can be expected those considering the procedure just don't know it yet. There are only a few surgeons out there can do the work without having to think because it's wired into their system and it just flows. They also work within the lmiitations. The rest are painting by numbers.

For many consumers it can be much worst. One poster that tattooed his head actually had someone call him out in a company meeting and ask him what the f*ck he did to his head. Of course he panicked but was he able to have it lasered off with the pico system. The doctor was also smart enough to understand that his lymph system needed to be monitored as all the ink was entering the system is a very short period of time. You know kind of like the ink that disappears quickly as opposed to slowly over 20+ years.

Trump could very well be setting himself for a cancer that can't be cured even by removing the prostate. It might metastisize so fast that nothing can be done.

Everything is about information. If you don't have the right information and enough of it you can't make good decisions and it's impossible to know everything. We need to depend on others and marketers have gamed this system with ht being only one example.


Plenty of Billionaires and millionaires who have had surgical hair restoration and the majority of it looks like sh*t..............why do you suppose that happens to be? It's interesting to watch............at least Trump didn't tattoo his head.

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Look at how many rich and famous get face lifts and other facial surgery procedures then end up looking almost freakish. Money can only buy what's available and current hair transplants aren't good enough because there's only so much donor hair to cover the scalp. Meanwhile the dht-sensitive hair keeps falling out around it. I just ordered morr-f to try for a few months, it's been out for a while yet there's so little in reviews. What there is seems to be positive so it might be worth a try.

As far as Trump, he'll probably live to be a hundred making America great again :--), he's too stubborn to die from prostate cancer.

Compare Bill Clinton and Trump, they're both about the same age yet Clinton looks ten to fifteen years older and on his death bed. Part of it may have to do with a stronger sun down south but it's also about wilder living. Anyone who knows Trump says he's been pretty clean that way.
 01/06/2018 11:02 AM
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Unfortunately Trump did not have all the information. If he did chances are he would not have been sold on having it performed.

He was more than likely given a simple explanation such as we remove the balding area and pull the remaining hair bearing perimeter together and boom the bald spot is gone. Obviously he was trusting a doctor. Kind of like we inject your head with ink making tiny dots that look like hair and it all simply disappears over time so no worries mate..............but what information was left out. For Trump he should have been advised that the sides of his head (parietal humps) would be pulled up and the area known as the vertex where the hair normally directs towards the eyes would now be directed towards his ears...............lol......................kind of a big deal when the difficulty of styling is fully explained. This is a simple explanation of his now limited hair styling options.

It's not what the hair transplant industry marketers tell you and keep repeating over and over and over again. It's what they leave out and that simply cannot be conveyed in a forum post.

You don't see this procedure being offered much any longer because the cat is out of the bag so the information can no longer be hidden. One doctor actually kept offering the procedure after one of his patients became so distraught that he shot himself in the chest with a .357 magnum. It's only because he survived and then went on to sue the doctor and win that the doctor stopped offering the procedure. This is the mentality you are dealing with in the industry............not something I would describe as being normal. Unfortunately like anything else many have still not been completely informed about the industry. And as always this type of behavior is not unique to the hair replacement industry.

Trump could easily be touted as a success. Look at that full coverage.................pull the hairline back and it's all his own growing hair and yes it could be a flap. Either way surgical hair replacement is limited.

It's a good example and warning for those researching that think they can just go anywhere and have this performed. Even with that the limitations on what can be achieved is very low. Young guys getting lower denser hairlines are red flags. That clinic is telling you much of what you need to know and that is to avoid them.


My opinion is after closer observation it is scalp reduction and/or hairlift. A flap would result in a much harder line and chances are the caliber of the hair would be thicker similar to a strip in some cases.

From what I read he was in extreme pain after the procedure..............it's often described as a barbaric procedure only not when it was making money. Today's barbaric procedures include injecting ink into the scalp's of young men although it's not described that way..........at least not yet.





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Edited: 01/06/2018 at 03:10 PM by topcat
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Years ago there was a clinic out of New Jersey that would inject synthetic hair into the scalp similar to how they do it with real hair plugs and that seemed crazy to me. Although it would be permanent I read that it caused a lot of problems with infection and scarring and because the hair wasn't the patient's own there were also rejection issues. I'm not usually a big fan of intrusive government agencies but sometimes they're needed to stop these untested procedures and outright scams.

Nothing illegal about getting tattoos on the scalp but I think that's crazy too, definitely not something I'd go for.
 01/07/2018 02:21 AM
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Yes X it was out of Cinnaminson, NJ. I have noticed over the decades that NJ seems to be a state where unethical businesses seem to flock to. Maybe it's just my imagination but I always kind of kept a mental note. It's still being offered in Italy I added a link below. It's good for others to read it especially the marketing. Of course this is the new and improved version................the safe one.............lol................sure.




It's usually not the type of procedure or business itself for example "money loans" it's the fraud which includes marketing fraud and the case history is very, very long. Nothing wrong with making money it's when people become douche bags that's the issue.

For those that are interested in understanding the procedure Donald Trump was probably sold you can view the warning link. DO NOT READ THE BOOK IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A STRONG STOMACH. If you do ask yourself a few questions. How were they able to sell it? Did they leave information out? Many use the same marketing strategy today and the Internet allow many to fish in a bigger pond.

By Erik Larson
January 5, 2018, 2:19 PM CST Updated on January 5, 2018, 4:00 PM CST

My comment: Note the word "desperate" from the judge, it's a familiar refrain. Desperate consumers do not think logically and it's really not their fault just part of how we are wired.

Payday Loan Mogul Trades Ferrari-Racing Life for Prison Term

"What I see here is a scheme to extract money from people in desperate circumstances," U.S. District Judge Kevin Castel said Friday in Manhattan before sentencing Tucker to 16 years and 9 months in prison.


My comment: It's never going to happen until it happens and then the response is always the same.

"I am very sorry that our leaders castigate me as a villain, or some type of predator," Tucker said in the letter to the judge. "I truly regret that I failed to communicate the business model and industry appropriately."

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Edited: 01/08/2018 at 12:53 PM by topcat
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Trump has excellent longevity genes. Bill Clinton doesn't seem to. Neither has healthy eating or exercise habits. I don't think Trump has ever been a drinker or a smoker, but I don't believe his predecessor used substances heavily, to where that would affect telomeres. The much grayer hair Clinton has, which is much of the difference in how old they look, probably is highly genetic.

I think Trump's hairline in that picture looks worse than it really is, because evidently he's very lax in dyeing that portion and so lighting washes it out in the photo. Still, the temples look lower than the center, which is unnatural. My belief is that he had more restoration done after the notorious first procedure. http://celebhairtransplants.co...17/02/1991-300x277.jpg Probably filling in the temples plus fixing some of the mess the first doctor made.

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 01/14/2018 01:26 PM
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I think Trump's hairline in that picture looks worse than it really is, because evidently he's very lax in dyeing that portion and so lighting washes it out in the photo. Still, the temples look lower than the center, which is unnatural. My belief is that he had more restoration done after the notorious first procedure. http://celebhairtransplants.co...17/02/1991-300x277.jpg Probably filling in the temples plus fixing some of the mess the first doctor made


It's possible it was a hairlift but really hard to say. That particular procedure moves the temple area forward. It's bizarre only in hindsight just like much of what is going on today is bizarre. All one needs to do is wait a few years and it will be the same. We will hear something like ..........people were actually tattooing their heads? Guys were actually flying to Turkey to have some tech do surgery on them because it was cheap? They really believe PRP ? They believed they had 8,000 to 10,000 scalp grafts available? etc, etc.


Much of it is simply easy money from those that are desperate. All one needs to do is sound honest, keep it upbeat and pretend like you care? Simple enough for many.

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That looks terrible, the only alternative is to wear a permanent wig after that hack job. You'd think there would be more clinics and doctors getting sued so there must be stipulations beforehand that limits liability. Even though such procedures have come a long way the technology isn't quite there yet, best to stay away from them if one has the slightest doubt. You're giving good advice topcat, hopefully the young and desperate take the time to listen.
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