Ivanka Trump reportedly makes fun of her father's elaborate comb-over to her friends

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Ivanka Trump DonaldMark Wilson / Getty ImagesIvanka Trump gazes at her father, President Donald Trump.

  • Ivanka Trump reportedly jokes with friends frequently about her father's signature comb-over, according to a new book.
  • She says the unusual color comes from a dye called Just for Men, which her father washes away too quickly out of impatience, resulting in the orange-blond shade.

President Donald Trump's daughter Ivanka makes fun of her father's infamous comb-over to her friends, according to an upcoming book on Trump's first days in the White House.

Trump's unique, forward-sweeping hairstyle has long been an object of derision and speculation, prompting theories that he uses hair plugs, a toupee, or even a $60,000 weave.

But according to Michael Wolff's "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House," an excerpt of which was published in New York Magazine on Wednesday, Trump received a scalp-reduction surgery and uses an elaborate combing method to achieve the folded look:
"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 secured by a stiffening spray."

Ivanka Trump reportedly tells friends that the orange-blond color comes from a dye product called Just for Men, which can be shampooed or combed in to mask gray hair.

The dye makes the hair darker the longer it's left in - about five minutes, according to the product's website - but Trump's impatience results in the unusual orange-y tone, according to Wolff's account.

White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders called the book "trashy tabloid fiction," saying it "is filled with false and misleading accounts."

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