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Celeb stylist dishes tips for Biden makeover after scathing special counsel report – here is how prez can freshen up his look

President
Joe
Biden
desperately
needs
a
head-to-toe
makeover
to
try
to
overcome a damning
special
counsel’s
report
 accusing
him
of
having
“significant
limitations”
and of
being
too
senile to
be
prosecuted
for
possession
of
classified
documents,
a
celeb
stylist
told
The
Post.

As
frantic
Democrats
continue
to
flood
the
White
House
with

advice
on
how
to
make
Biden
look
more
youthful


with
some
pushing
for
better
make-up
and
cheap
lighting
tricks

Sara
Alviti,

a
New
York-
and
Los-Angeles-based
stylist
and
beauty
consultant,

believes
she
has
the
solution.

She
offered
tips
Saturday
on
how
the
81-year-old
commander-in-chief
can
at
least
spruce
up
his
style,
including:

  • Switching
    to
    slimmer-cut
    trousers
    and
    blazers
    with
    a
    wide
    label,
    and
    trying
    “fun
    ties”
    that
    create
    “pocket
    square
    combinations.”
  • Occasionally
    sporting
    jeans,

    Brunello
    Cucinelli
    baseball
    caps

    that
    fetch
    for
    $950
    and
    edgy
    leather
    jackets.
  • Showing
    up
    at
    events
    in
    stylish
    sneakers
    from

    Tom
    Ford

    or
    Zegna
    that
    run
    up
    to
    $990
    and
    $1,390,
    respectively.
  • Dropping
    the
    Ray-Ban
    Aviators he’s
    said
    he’s
    worn
    since
    his
    teenage
    years
    and
    slapping
    on
    a
    pair
    of
    “better
    sunglasses,”
    by

    Persol

    instead.
President
Joe
Biden
needs
a
complete
makeover
to
overcome
a
damning
special
counsel’s
report
accusing
him
of
being
senile,
according
to
a
celebrity
stylist.

REUTERS

Alviti

whose
past
Hollywood
clients
include
Adrian
Grenier,
Barbra
Streisand
and
Catherine
O’Hara

also
believes
Biden
can
look
more
youthful
by
using
retinol
and
Vitamin
C
serums,
CBD
oil
cream
and
peptide
creams
that
“can
help
reduce
sun
damage
and
fine
lines.”

She
also
urged
he
invest
in
regular
facials
and
a
“cooler
haircut

shorter,
sexier.”


Sara Alvit
Sara
Alviti,
a
celebrity
stylist,
said
Biden
needs
a
“shorter,
sexier”
and
“cooler
haircut,”

Instagram/@saraalviti

Her
other
clients
include
two
former
U.S.
ambassadors:
Ken
Howery,
who
served
in
Sweden
during
the
Trump
administration;
and
Alexa Lange Wesner,
ambassador
to
Austria
for
ex-President
Barack
Obama.

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