No special exceptions are being made for politicians to get their hair cut during Ontario's ongoing shutdown and it seems they're trying to make do with shaggy lockdown looks just like the rest of us.
Toronto Mayor John Tory, for example, is starting to resemble his younger self with his long locks. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is in a similar position, sporting the flowing mane of his youth that was long enough for a hair flip last April.
Toronto Public Library has photo evidence of Tory's flow from 1975, which bears a striking resemblance to his salt-and-pepper hair today.
@NoLore I think @JohnTory may be harkening back to his 1975 hair. https://t.co/N7U0gO2X2P https://t.co/LmqAI607lP— Michael H Vickers (@Michael H Vickers) 1621343685.0
The mayor's current look has attracted attention on Twitter, and someone has even made an account called "John Tory's Pandemic Hair."
what about it? https://t.co/VEqIrGzvki— John Tory's Pandemic Hair (@John Tory's Pandemic Hair) 1621365240.0
Tory's colleagues chimed in to comment on his pandemic 'do, comparing him to William Lyon Mackenzie, who was born in 1795.
Mayor @JohnTory, a long haired, radical, following in the traditional revolutionary style of Toronto’s first rebel… https://t.co/WtUCJLBEy7— Josh Matlow (@Josh Matlow) 1621339381.0
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Trudeau's hairstyle has evolved to resemble this former look.
Here's another vintage snap of the PM's locks blowing in the breeze.
It may be a blast from the past, but at least he can pull it off.