Palin's hairdo is all the rage among Hasidic women:

In Brooklyn’s Borough Park ... stylist Gail Rosenzweig said half of her Orthodox Jewish clients want Palin’s style. “It’s a fashion statement,” said Rosenzweig as she worked on a Palin wig. Even though Palin is a Christian from Alaska, where Jews make up less than 1 percent of the state’s 670,000 population, Rosenzweig said her clients “like her classic look. It can be worn up or down.” Shlomo Klein, an Orthodox Jew and vice president of wig maker Georgie Wigs, said he sold more than 50 of the “Sarah P” wigs across America in recent weeks to women wanting wigs either for medical or religious reasons.

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