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Famous People Hair Transplant

By 23/12/2020September 15th, 2023No Comments5 min read
Famous People Hair Transplant

Solution for Entire Life

Famous People Hair Transplant Since at least 1550 B.C., people had been seeking a variety of cures to fix their hair shedding problems. It is known that ancient Egypt doctors used to recommend their patients who wanted to refresh their hair to use crashed black lizard or some special kinds of sheep in boiled oil through balding areas. Of course, hair transplant technology went far beyond these techniques today; Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) and Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT) are two methods that are used worldwide.

With these techniques, people don’t have to use any kind of sheep or lizard and wait for their hair to grow again. Both FUE and FUT allow providing many people from many countries permanent solutions that make them gain their younger looks, whether they are famous, footballers, artists, actors, or regular people. We hear more and more famous people who have hair transplants every day, even though they are likely to hide their operations for some reason.

John Joseph Travolta, an American actor, singer, and dancer, who won Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Motion Picture is one of the celebrities who had a hair transplant. As a successful actor, many people started to know him with his role in Quentin Tarantino’s famous movie, “Pulp Fiction” (1994) as “Vincent Vega”. Until recent years, he has starred in numerous kinds of movies and productions, including comedy, musical, and action genres. Due to he has been in front of the camera for many years, his severe hair loss could be realized easily by anyone, so did his hair transplant.

In the beginning, when his shedding condition started to give its first signs through baldness, he used his hair as brushing backward, so baldness at the top of the hair couldn’t be seen. Then, he used a short hairstyle for a while but it wasn’t a solution he could keep for his entire life. So he had a hair transplant operation and today, he can use his hair with any style he would like to use, with even brushing forward…

Solve the Problem Before It Grew

Daniel Craig, aka new James Bond, through “Casino Royale” (2006), “Quantum of Solace” (2008), and “Skyfall” (2012) showed his talent as an “agent”. Although he is 52 years old now, years of hard work to build muscles for 007 movies made him look like he is much younger. However, apparently, all these workouts, a spartan low carb high protein diet, and fast life had a price: hair loss. According to hair transplant surgeons in the UK, long-lasting diets and muscle building efforts caused a decrease in hormone dihydrotestosterone, which comes from testosterone.

Craig’s hair shedding type remained “M shape” which is the male type pattern seen in men the most, with shedding from sides of the head. After his movie, “Skyfall” rumors from media focused on whether he had a transplant because of his slowly changing hairstyle, the Sunday Express has also supported these claims. Media’s inconstancy through Craig’s hair remains, however, he is preparing for his new roles recently with his more charismatic look today.

Edward Norton, an American actor, and filmmaker is known for his intense performances and unique working style is also another example of famous people who had hair transplants. He began his career with “Primal Fear” (1996), and by that, his recognition started to increase immediately. Then, before he reached his 40s, he had numerous awards including a Golden Globe Award and three Academy Award nominations. Still, most people consider the best performances in his movies like “American History X” (1998), “Fight Club” (1999), and “The Illusionist” (2006).

Unlike many men, his hair shedding wasn’t severe and it looked manageable; however, it was clear that he was losing hair from near sides of the top of his head. He has never made an official explanation, but anyone who makes a basic Google search can see the difference between his old and new hairstyles. It appears that the great actor wanted to solve this problem before it grew and became unmanageable.

Being Confident and Open About the Hair Transplant

Joey Fatone, American dancer, actor, television personality, and singer (a member of the boyband NSYNC) had been suffering from thinning hair for years. He has three albums named NSYNC (1997), No Strings Attached (2000), and Celebrity (2001); also he is known for movies / Tv shows like “Dead 7 Whiskey Joe” (2016), “Izzie’s Way Home” (2016), “Common Knowledge” (2019 – present) and “Impractical Jokers: After Party” (2017 – present). According to him, as a stage person, it was very important for him to keep his appearance best, so didn’t only decide to have a hair transplant, he also decided to be open about it. In his 38, he had his transplant operation confidently and got through the surgery process more refreshed than before.

As old and the latest photos show, the significant improvement in his hair structure can be seen easily; besides and most importantly, he stopped using hats to cover his hair because he didn’t need to it anymore. He indicated his pleasure as “When you don’t like something about your body and become self-conscious about it, just change it and enjoy a better life.”

Paul Hewson was a great singer who was traveling all around the US in the 70s. In time, he became known as “Bono” and since then, this name overcomes his real name, as well as his later band, U2, which has an outstanding effect around worldwide. With his volunteer studies for Africa and nominations from different areas, he has been declared as “Man of the Year” by the Times, in 2004. Then, he was awarded by several Nobel Peace Prize laureates.

Bono, as the band’s image with his work, personality, and good-looking appearance, he was under millions of eyes, and his hair loss in the 90s has been realized easily. In order to protect his image, he had his hair transplant and today, although he is 60 years old, he looks like he is 30. Today, he shares his peaceful retirement “in his heartland” (a phrase from one of his popular songs) with his two daughters, two sons, and a wife, who he has been married since 1982. Famous People Hair Transplant