A cosmetology school is offering a crash course in how to achieve some of the 2016 presidential candidates’ famous hairdos.
“From Donald TrumpDonald TrumpCohn: People 'wasting time' calling for Trump's tax returns Overnight Energy: Trump set to sign offshore drilling order Bush ethics lawyer: Trump should strip Flynn of military title MORE’s wind-proof, burnt straw side parting to Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonOvernight Cybersecurity: Anticipation builds for Trump cyber order | House panel refers Clinton IT contractor for prosecution | Pentagon warned Flynn about foreign payments Trump’s foreign policy of more is about money Meghan McCain: Obama 'a dirty capitalist like the rest of us' MORE’s no-nonsense bob,” the Texas-based Ogle School says a stylist helped develop an online how-to manual to recreate the White House hopefuls’ signature looks and “figured out how much they’ll cost the average voter.”
It takes three steps to create a copycat look to Democratic front-runner Clinton’s blonde locks. “Prep damp hair with a grape-sized amount of volumizing mousse,” the school recommends, and then use a round barrel brush and blowdryer to “create volume around the face.”
The school calls Democratic candidate Sen. Bernie SandersBernie SandersOvernight Energy: Trump set to sign offshore drilling order Meghan McCain: Obama 'a dirty capitalist like the rest of us' Dems might begin again with Kamala Harris and California MORE’ (Vt.) haircut a “comb forward,” that is fashioned in a way to “create the illusion of volume.”
All it takes for Sen. Ted CruzTed CruzNet neutrality fight descends into trench warfare Secret Service: No guns at Trump NRA speech Cruz: Breaking up 9th Circuit Court ‘a possibility’ MORE’s (Texas) “retro cut” is a carbon fiber rattail comb and a bit of pomade, according to Ogle, while fellow GOP candidate Sen. Marco RubioMarco RubioOvernight Defense: Commander calls North Korea crisis 'worst' he's seen | Trump signs VA order | Dems push Trump to fill national security posts What’s with Trump’s spelling mistakes? Boeing must be stopped from doing business with Iran MORE’s (Fla.) follicles require pomade or grooming cream.
The beauty school’s stylist estimates Sanders’ 'do to be among the cheapest to maintain, at about $13 for a barber, tip and the cost of a comb. Trump’s much-talked-about hair proves to be the most expensive in the eyes of the cosmetology program, costing at estimated $400 for an on-demand stylist.