Sometimes it seems like celebrities are a whole different species than us average people. We see them on the TV, in magazines and in movies, and they almost always look perfect (with a few exceptions, a la Britney Spears’ infamous head shave.) The truth is, though, that celebrities deal with the same body and aesthetic problems as the rest of us. The only difference is they have more means to solve these problems. Luckily, you’ve already made your way to Hairfree Laser Skin Clinics, which means you’re only a few clicks away from the services, like hair transplants, that make celebrities look as good as they do.
The Rise of Hair Transplants
One of our more popular services, and for good reason, is hair transplants. A recent study from the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery shows that since 2012 in the United States, there has been a 27 percent increase in hair transplants, with over $2.5 billion being spent to grow back luscious locks each year. Men are responsible for 80 percent of this increase, proving that there’s nothing wrong with getting a little help to keep up your A-game.
If you’re not convinced, here’s a few actors and athletes who likely have had hair transplants. Their transformations are proof that looking good takes hard work for any of us. Fortunately, we’re here to help.
Matthew McConaughey was losing his hair in 1999. He decided to take the steps needed to grow it back, and by 2005 he was voted the Sexiest Man Alive by People magazine. I can’t imagine him taking home that prize without his full head of hair.
Two and A Half Men star, Jon Cryer, has been losing hair since the Pretty In Pink days. Now, however, just like his character in the popular TV series, he’s stepped up his game. He told Conan O’Brien that his hair is “the work of several talented professionals making the most of, like, four hairs. It’s amazing, actually, what they can do. I’m not wearing a piece or anything like that, but it’s a long, involved process that starts with stuff like shoe polish.”
Wayne Rooney became an internationally known soccer star at a very young age, making his debut for England’s international team at just 17 years old. Still, many people thought he was much older because of his balding. That all changed when he decided to get a hair transplant in 2011. He took to Twitter to proudly announce the procedure. “Just to confirm to all my followers I have had a hair transplant. I was going bald at 25 why not. I’m delighted with the result.”
Lebron James has consistently been the best player in the NBA for over the last decade. He’s won championships, MVPs and international recognition. Still, regardless of all that, his hair was falling out and he was the butt of memes all over the internet. That’s all changed now, almost…
So whether you’re dribbling down the court, walking the red carpet, or simply wanting to look good for that office presentation, a hair transplant can save your hair loss worries and keep you on your A-game! Contact us to see how we can help.