Nigel Farage denies dying hair blonde in honour of Trump: ‘It was just the sunlight’

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Mr Farage, deemed to be one of the architects of the Brexit vote, said he had not used any Sun-in to make his hair any lighter.

We know that Nigel Farage is a fan of Trump, even defending the child separation policy that was later scrapped by telling him to ‘stay tough’.

But is he enough of a fan to dye his hair blonde in imitation of that famous side sweep? That’s what people are suspecting, after he appeared on Sky News looking suspiciously coiffed.

Nigel Farage has denied dying his hair blonde in honour of US president Donald Trump and insisted it was merely a trick of the light.

The former Ukip leader said he had been on holiday in Cornwall and the sun may have made his hair lighter “like it does for everyone”.

Mr Farage, deemed to be one of the architects of the Brexit vote, said he had not used any Sun-in to make his hair any lighter.

“No I don’t use it,” he said, laughing off a question on any possible use of the Sun-In hair lightener.

“It looks like that on one Sky interview – what about all the other pictures of me? It was just the sunlight was on it,” he told The Independent.

“I was the most photographed man in Brussels last night – look at the photos and you can’t see anything”.

“It looks like the transformation op for Nigel Farage to turn into Donald Trump has begun,” another added.

“I think Nigel Farage went to the hairdresser and asked for a Donald Trump,” said someone else.

Mr Farage, who was the first British politician to meet Mr Trump after he won the US presidential election in 2016, is a long-time ally of the billionaire property mogul.

Mr Trump – who asked the Ukip leader to speak at election campaign rallies – broke all diplomatic convention by suggesting the ex-Ukip leader could become the new British ambassador in Washington after winning the presidential election back in November 2016.

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Crimson Tazvinzwa

Teacher and media trainer based in the United Kingdom.

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