“100% Worth It”

Famous Men Hair Transplants The popularity of hair transplant, which is widely used by both famous and regular people, has been growing for many years; and it reached its highest point this year. The International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery indicated that the number of people who had hair transplants has increased by 60% worldwide in the last few years. Of course, the reason behind that, rapid development in the technology used in hair transplants and a great number of famous people, who indicate their operations or mostly, are spotted by fans. Currently, there are two important techniques used widely to implant hair: Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) and Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT).

From there, whereas Follicular Unit Extraction uses people’s hair with a buzz cut and implants back of the scalp harvest with thousands of hair follicles; Follicular Unit Transplantation uses the source of follicular units (rather than individual follicles) and implants these into shedding areas. Today, once they get their courage to have, many people refer to hair transplants as “100% worth it.”

When famous men are considered in a hair transplant, it is found surprising for many people due to there are more amount of people than they had been expected and coming across with famous men’s names that they couldn’t imagine. One good example of this fact is Elton John: one of the 20th century’s biggest music icons with his unique style in pop and rock music. We know him mostly by his popular songs, such as “Crocodile Rock,” “Philadelphia Freedom” and “Candle in the Wind as well as his Academy, Grammy, and Golden Globe awards. In the 1970s, he realized that he started to lose his hair in a great amount, while his popularity was just about to grow day by day.

When he first decided to have a hair transplant, the aforementioned technology wasn’t well developed yet, and unfortunately, he lost large parts of his hair. But with the new technological advances in hair transplant operations, he had a second surgery and got much better results than ever. Currently, he continues to participate in tv shows with his new, full-grown hair.

Immeasurable Self-esteem

It is said that Wayne Rooney’s hair transplant is the most high profile transplant in football history, but not first. For years, footballers have been having their hair transplant with successful rates, and in most cases, people don’t even realize. Antonio Conte, however, is mentioned as one of the first footballers who had a hair transplant, as well as his football career. He began his career as a midfielder at the Lecce and then climbed through Juventus; after being a successful footballer, he returned to the field as a manager, and recently he is coaching in Inter Milan.

While he was a young man on Italy National Football Team, his rapidly shedding hair became a topic of conversation by media. In 2000 and 2007 he had two different operations (in Canada and Turkey); his hair transplant was so good that it turned out a lot of people started to ask where he had his surgery.

Another example is Calum Best; this time he is not a famous footballer, but the son of the legendary football player George Best. Calum is known as a British-American television personality with Tv shows/movies like “Celebrity Love Island” (2006), “Come Dine With Me” (2010), and “Celebrity Big Brother” (2015) as well as being a personal trainership and tattooed model. Calum had been losing his hair since the age of 20s, after a while, he realized that he started to lose his confidence.

Starting within 2012, he had three operations with great results using the FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) hair transplantation method. Results were very good for him, he indicated his pleasure as “You only need to see how much better people like Wayne Rooney, James Nesbitt and Gordon Ramsay look after having similar operations.” He also referred to his self-esteem after operations as “immeasurable” and he was ready to take new roles in movies he hadn’t been taken for now.

Take Care of Your Hair

As we mentioned, hair loss is not a thing that is valid for a particular group of people, it is valid for anyone, even if you are a Formula One racer. Lewis Hamilton, as having five-time Formula One championships, success in career, family, friends, and romance; is also the one who suffers from hair loss. However, his situation is quite difficult than typical male shedding, it was a very rare case; old photos from a variety of sources show that he was nearly bald.

He explained this with his years of hotel room experiences; due to he used a lot of low-quality hotel soaps and shampoos, he believed that these products caused damage to his hair. He also indicated his regret as “Being educated about it was really something that I’d been missing my whole life. So parents, be sure to help your kids know how to take care of their hair.” Fortunately, his hair transplant operations went well and now he is known for his different (crazy, even) types of hairstyles.

Famous Men Hair Transplants

Robert Brydon Jones, aka Rob Brydon, is a Welsh comedian, actor, radio and television presenter, singer, and impressionist who had a hair transplant. He played/took a role in varieties of Tv shows such as Australian/British comedy series “Supernova”, the sitcom “Gavin & Stacey” and BBC comedy series “Marion and Geoff”. He has been always referred to since the beginning of his career as “multi-talented” in Tv shows he took parts in.

While he was climbing through the success in his career, after experiencing a considerable amount of hair recession, he decided to have a hair transplant. Although he boldly engaged in the operation, the successful work of his surgeon was appreciated more than his courage. Of course, when the surgeon’s great job is considered (he had skillfully filled out the front of his head full of hair), there was nothing wrong about that. Currently, he works on “the Trip to Greece” and it appears that he is very happy about his new hair. Famous Men Hair Transplants