Some believe that having a full head of hair plays an integral role in a person’s attractiveness. However, Hugh Jackman is proving these people wrong. The Variety.com staff reported on how the international movie superstar recently shaved his locks and yet still managed to retain his good looks.
Men with thinning hair or a receding hairline can draw inspiration from this and shave their remaining hair off. However, such a bold move is not for everyone, of course, and there are still men who desire to have a full head of hair more than anything else. Fortunately, they can opt for a Mexico hair transplant procedure to bring back their once-glorious thick locks.
How Hair Transplants Work
This is a surgical procedure that usually involves removing a thin strip of scalp with hairs on it, extracting the follicles, and then transplanting them to the areas where there is thinning hair or significant hair loss. The strip of hair is referred to as the donor area. The surgery isn’t reserved for men though; women who desire thicker and fuller locks can also undergo the procedure.
Comfortable. Those with receding hairlines and thinning hair can opt for wigs and toupees to mask their problem. However, there are those who don’t feel comfortable with these because the add-ons are made either from synthetic materials or from other people’s hair. People getting a hair transplant in Mexico have the benefit of using their own hair, which makes them feel relaxed and worry-free.
Fit for an Active Lifestyle. If people look hard enough, they can find hairpieces that closely resemble their own hair. However, some individuals can’t help but worry about these pieces falling off while they engage in strenuous activities like hiking, mountain climbing, or swimming at Rosarito Beach, one of the famous beaches in Mexico. With hair transplantation, people can have the active lifestyle that they want without having to worry about any embarrassing incidents.
Permanent. Medications like minoxidil, while effective in their own way, only work on the surface—thus, they are not a permanent solution. Hair transplantation, meanwhile, targets DHT (Dihydrotestosterone), which is a male sex hormone said to be the main cause of baldness.
Some men are up to the challenge of rocking a bald head like the one Hugh Jackman is currently sporting. However, those who feel that the look isn’t for them can look into getting a hair transplant from hair loss clinics like Baja Hair Center.
(Source: Hugh Jackman Goes Bald for New Movie Role, variety.com, June 10, 2014)