Skip to comments.Jon Huntsman obeys his wife on crucial hair-products issue
Posted on 10/27/2011 9:54:02 AM PDT by martosko
Republican presidential candidate Jon Huntsman doesnt color his salt-and-pepper hair, but admits his wife buys him plenty of hair products from the local Aveda Institute to keep everything in place.
Huntsman, the former governor of Utah, discussed his grooming habits in an interview with Chris Moody of Yahoo! News.
Asked what products he uses for his hair, Huntsman responded that his wife tells him what to do in this regard, explaining: I wish I could tell you. She has these little squirt bottles.
Huntsman added: But no dye. And not much in the way of artificiality.
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Why would a candidate choose to speak about this on the record?
I’m not naive; I realize that even a very manly politician probably has a few “beauty secrets” for the cameras. But keep ‘em SECRETS. Let’s talk about jobs.
so....let me get this straight....the DNC is sponsoring his run, right?
Just when I thought he could not be more of a girly man. I am embarrassed for the guy.
Just looking at him I would have guessed that his wife was a guy.
***And not much in the way of artificiality.
As in ‘almost a virgin’?
What an idiot!!!
I agree, but in fact he has a very attractive wife and a lot of children.
I want America to have a strong leader. A no BS executive who works long days, sets high expectations, holds his team accountable, and executes on what is promised.
This story didn’t cast such an image. I’m left wondering if he reads Cosmo, shaves his pits, and sits to go pee.
This supposed to suggest he’s frugal? His wife does his hairstyling instead of some high paid Vidal Sassoon type?
They don’t get more “green” than Aveda. Or more liberal. And the stuff is expensive. My wife uses it.
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