Melania Trump refuses to change one thing about her style since she's been in the White House

The first lady has already made her mark as a model, socialite and trendsetter. Melania Trump lives and breathes fashion, and in doing so has solidified a signature look with go-to designers such as Gucci, Balmain, Michael Kors and Manolo Blahnik. But during her two years in the White House, Melania has also developed an interest in more affordable fashion, wearing J.Crew and Ralph Lauren.

Since President Trump was inaugurated, Melania (along with Ivanka) has made it quite clear fashion and politics can go hand-in-hand. People have even comparing Melania to another former first lady and fashion icon, Jackie Kennedy.

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The one thing that Melania will not be changing up, however, is her hair. According to her longtime hairstylist, Mordechai Alvow, the duo has made an effort to ensure Melania's hair stays the same, simply put. "We took into account that she'll suddenly be in the public eye in a big way. We wanted a consistent look that allowed the public to feel more connected to her," Alvow said to Yahoo Beauty in 2017.

Throughout her husband's political campaign, Alvow traveled with the Trump family, styling Melania's hair on the road and in the air. Her hair always looked flawless and effortless, a look Alvow strived to maintain.

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"When you're new to people and suddenly so much in the public eye, people are looking for a sense of stability of some sort. When your hair looks the same, it helps people feel like they know you — it helps people feel more comfortable," he said.

Alvow used his own vegan brand, YAROK, to get that first-lady flip.

Eventually, Melania will decide to change things up, expects Alvow. "Once you're an established public figure and people know who you are and what you stand for, then I think you can change things up more," he said to Yahoo.

It even took Michelle Obama awhile for her style to develop, but we're curious to see how Melania chooses to blend her to worlds. Until then, we can expect only perfect locks from the first lady, styled in the one and only glam room, of course.

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