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The vanity of George

Post by . on Sun 07 Oct 2012, 10:17

Magazine Rolling Stone, interview of 2011:
“I’m the least metrosexual cat you’ve ever met. I’ve never had my fingernails or toenails done, and I’ve cut my own hair longer than other people have cut my hair” Lying

Ok George, but the lamps and hair dyed?

photo of the last 10 days



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Post by it's me on Sun 07 Oct 2012, 10:20

LOOOOL!

maybe bec
under some cameraclick
his hair seem more
grey
than they really are

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Post by Joanna on Sun 07 Oct 2012, 11:15

Lux have you got evidence of "lamps and hair dyed" ?
Just curious.
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Post by Atalante on Sun 07 Oct 2012, 12:52

Well you don't wanna see granpa George and his granddaughter Stacy ey ! bounce
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Post by it's me on Sun 07 Oct 2012, 13:20

yes!
I would!!!
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Re: The vanity of George

Post by lelacorb on Sun 07 Oct 2012, 14:24

I have no doubt that George dyes his hair, have you ever seen a man stay with the salt and pepper hair for more than 10 years? I do not!
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Post by it's me on Sun 07 Oct 2012, 14:30

but they are not
always the same!!!
look at old pics
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Post by Lighterside on Sun 07 Oct 2012, 15:40

Except in your offerings above lux...you're comparing his hair in "daylight" which shows the grey and then night shots where his hair would absolutely look darker because of the lighting.

And it's doubtful to me that anyone with George's natural energy would sit/lay still long enough to get into a tanning bed and have any effect.
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Post by cindigirl on Sun 07 Oct 2012, 15:48

lelacorb wrote:I have no doubt that George dyes his hair, have you ever seen a man stay with the salt and pepper hair for more than 10 years? I do not!

Very good point lela - And it's so much easier for men to color their hair. Actually it's not fair, men's haircolor products work in 5 minutes or less and women's color products have to stay on for at least 45 minutes. Suspect
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Post by MM on Sun 07 Oct 2012, 21:26

cindigirl wrote:
lelacorb wrote:I have no doubt that George dyes his hair, have you ever seen a man stay with the salt and pepper hair for more than 10 years? I do not!

Very good point lela - And it's so much easier for men to color their hair. Actually it's not fair, men's haircolor products work in 5 minutes or less and women's color products have to stay on for at least 45 minutes. Suspect

I have tried women's 10 minute hair dyes, and they do not last much compared to 45 minute women's products. I think they tell men to keep it in for 5 minutes, because men do not like to be kept waiting in any circumstances.
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Post by cindigirl on Sun 07 Oct 2012, 21:43

Hahahaha VERY good point MM!!!!
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Post by amaretti on Sun 07 Oct 2012, 22:34

Hahahahaha. I love his hair . cheers

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Re: The vanity of George

Post by Katiedot on Mon 08 Oct 2012, 07:07

Also men usually have shorter hair.

While I do believe George is vain, I think the pictures here are taken in two different lighting conditions. If he's coloured his hair, he has most remarkable colourist on earth because they've managed to keep the tones the same, just make the overall colour darker.

In other words, where he's naturally lighter (temples) remain lighter after the supposed dye job than the rest of the hair.

I do believe he'd dyed his hair for the first season of ER - his hair was a medium brown colour then - and in the second season it went dark brown and there was a bit of grey in it.

@lelacorb: he isn't salt and pepper any more. He's grey with white hair now.

As for the tan, when he dated Sarah Larson fans thought they were using spray tan because both were noticeably several shades darker compared to pictures taken the day before. So yes, I guess he might well spray tan occasionally to keep up that George Hamilton look.
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Re: The vanity of George

Post by it's me on Mon 08 Oct 2012, 07:28

maybe only some
oil conditioner
to make them more shiny under cameraclick ?
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Post by NotAvailable on Mon 08 Oct 2012, 07:58

No, some of these pics clearly have dif lighting effects and in all of them his hair is darker. I think its the type which can be washed out with a strong enough shampoo. Think George likes to use natural products, like the soap and prolly just old fashioned cleansing shampoo. Remember somewhere on here that someone mentioned his use of soap, especially for shaving. Think he has some old fashioned ways that stem form his earlier days when not so well off.
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Re: The vanity of George

Post by MM on Wed 10 Oct 2012, 17:09

Katiedot wrote:Also men usually have shorter hair.

While I do believe George is vain, I think the pictures here are taken in two different lighting conditions. If he's coloured his hair, he has most remarkable colourist on earth because they've managed to keep the tones the same, just make the overall colour darker.

In other words, where he's naturally lighter (temples) remain lighter after the supposed dye job than the rest of the hair.

I do believe he'd dyed his hair for the first season of ER - his hair was a medium brown colour then - and in the second season it went dark brown and there was a bit of grey in it.

@lelacorb: he isn't salt and pepper any more. He's grey with white hair now.

As for the tan, when he dated Sarah Larson fans thought they were using spray tan because both were noticeably several shades darker compared to pictures taken the day before. So yes, I guess he might well spray tan occasionally to keep up that George Hamilton look.

Personally, I think that George may have lightened his hair a bit when he was on "The Facts Of Life." He looked like he had some blond lightening in his hair back then. I like his hair color back then, it looked so cool.

Nick Clooney's hair was also gray with white when he was George's current age. Nick went grey when he turned thirty, and got grayer by leaps and bounds, until by the time he was in his late forties, he had very little black color left in his hair. So, it is just George's genetics.
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Re: The vanity of George

Post by cindigirl on Wed 10 Oct 2012, 17:49

I think it's part of the Irish genetics to "go grey" early. My former brother-in-law went grey when he was in his late twenties. I always found it a very attractive look to have a young face and grey hair.
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Re: The vanity of George

Post by Maggy on Wed 10 Oct 2012, 17:54

Me too. I think grey hairs on a man is attractive.
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Re: The vanity of George

Post by Maggy on Wed 10 Oct 2012, 17:55

When they are over 40 tho Smile
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Re: The vanity of George

Post by Best in Category on Wed 10 Oct 2012, 20:09

Got to agree with gray (salt & pepper) hair!

Other attributes I find appealing in general are sense of humor, eyes and voice.

... and weather beaten face beats baby boy face anytime! ( I don´t mean he has one, but talking about my preferences...)

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Re: The vanity of George

Post by Vi on Wed 10 Oct 2012, 20:15

he has done nothing

with his hair or eyes or or or

period
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