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Does your hair have what it takes to lead?


 

Americans may be growing weary of Sarah Palin, but her hairstyle continues to amaze and inspire. According to a Wall Street Journal article, WigSalon.com says demand for wigs “that reflect the new looks made popular by Sarah Palin” has surged. Women can’t seem to get enough of her chestnut shade and swept-back do. The Journal writes: 

 

In the past week, the company has sold about 25 Palin-esque wigs, ranging in price from $100 to the “Bargain Sarah Palin” wig for $46…Early next week, [WigSalon.com’s] Mr. Aronesty plans to send a newsletter to his 25,000 subscribers highlighting Palin wig options and styling tips.

If at first the wig-frenzy claim seems a little dubious—25 is really not very many—wait until you see the merchandise. I found the Bargain Sarah Palin wig on the site, and I can’t say it looks a whole lot like her hair. It’s a little Susan Lucci—although that could just be the peignoir talking. But it’s a whole lot better than the very sad looking Bargain Hillary Clinton wig on Wilshirewigs.com ($19.50). Zelda Fitzgerald meets Olive Oyl. 

 


 

Does your hair have what it takes to lead?

  1. My, but what useless articles the American media spawns out regarding politics these days. As though anyone would care about the state of Dick Cheney’s hair.

    Palin’s hair and glasses. What’s next, her bra size?

  2. Please don’t give Macleans anymore ideas.

  3. I can not agree you any more

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