Famous Hairlines

The vast majority of men will eventually lose some of their hair and that’s a fact of life so this is nothing to be embarrassed about. Most of men don’t depend on their hair’s appearance to pay their mortgage bill, or to ensure their career. As a matter of fact many guys look great with a mature hairline or sporting a bald pallet. After all man does not live by hair alone, right?

However, there are those in the entertainment business that feel their hair is important to their on screen image. In this very competitive society where ones livelihood depends on physical image the stakes are even higher. As a result, many famous actors have embraced the concept of “surgical hair restoration / hair transplants” in order to create a youthful look and the illusion that time has simply stood still.

Celebrity hair loss is becoming an increasingly hot topic in the media. The continuing demands on celebrities to keep their youthful good looks, seems to be of great interest to the tabloids. This is evidenced by the recent interest in the hairlines of stars. When Sir Elton John had his hairline filled-in the tabloids read; “Tonsorial Wizard Grows Hair on Rock Man”. Elton John is perhaps the most famous hair transplant recipient. He underwent a series of replacement procedures after becoming fed-up with years of wearing toupees and wigs.

Hollywood heartthrob Mel Gibson had a decidedly thinning mane and receding hairline in recent years. Today he is the proud owner of a full head of hair. While Mel has not publicly admitted to having had a hair transplant, he is not the first celebrity to undergo this hush-hush procedure. Kevin Costner known for his movie star good looks has always had a thin head of hair. Not liking the way his thinning crown looked on film and spending thousands of dollars having it “digitally added” in the editing room he settled for the real deal and had a hair restoration procedure.

Jokes about hair loss are as old as dirt, but not as old as rocks. Two comedians, Tom Arnold and Dennis Miller are the first to tell you they’ve had it done and that it was a “hair razing experience”. Both look much younger with thicker hair and lower hairline.

Known for their handsome boyish good looks both Mathew McConaughue and Jude Law showed early signs of hair loss. And both had spent thousands of dollars on hair treatments to slow the process. They finally settle for the real deal “a hair replacement procedure” and it looks totally natural even up close.

Hair transplants are not just reserved for film and television stars, but for all kinds of professions in the public eye. Politicians, fashion designers, musicians, and now even top business executives recognize the importance of hair to their image. Sport star Tom Brady, the two-time Super Bowl MVP is said to have had some kind of “hush-hush” cosmetic procedure on his hair. It looks so natural that it has women asking, “has he or hasn’t he”?

Movie Stars like John Travolta and John Cleese filled in there fading hairline and you can also. Fortunately, with recent medical breakthroughs, the image that is conveyed by a full, healthy head of hair is something that can be achieved, even by people like me. Having had this done myself, I can tell you first hand that it’s painless, lasts a life time and is well worth the expense. Hair restoration is a simple out patent procedure that involves hair follicles being taken from the back and side of the head, where hair is naturally thickest and resistant to loss, and inserted seamlessly into the thinning spots for a totally natural look even up close.

Hair loss is a state of mind, “if you don’t mind _ it doesn’t matter”. With today’s modern technology, it’s now possible to do something about it. If it will make you feel better about yourself and how you look, then it’s worth looking into. Hopefully, this information will help you to make a decision or at least gives you a starting point for your personal research. My procedure was done here in Hollywood by Dr. Michael Elliott, the foremost hair restoration specialist in the world, a true artist. For more information see http://www.elliotthair.com/

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