At RHRLI, we know that hair loss affects people from all walks of life. We see people from all age groups and all types of ethnic backgrounds. Hair loss and thinning hair don’t discriminate against anyone, but sometimes it seems like it skips over the beautiful people of Hollywood and other celebrity playgrounds around the world. Anyone who’s ever seen a Bruce Willis movie knows that isn’t true. Celebrities fight hair loss and thinning hair the same as people from all other walks of life, but unlike us regular folk, we read about famous hairlines in tabloids, magazines and see them on entertainment shows.
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These celebrities should ask their limo drivers to drop them off at RHRLI. That’s because we offer a permanent hair loss solution that uses the ARTAS® system, cutting edge robotic technology that gives you a healthy new head of hair. We take our work very seriously but we thought it would be fun to take a look at some of the news out there related to celebrities and hair loss.
Celebrities Who Have Spoken Out
There are a whole bunch of reports out there speculating about whether certain celebrities have lost their hair. Willis and Britain’s Prince William who clearly have receding hair lines were featured in one such story in the New York Daily News. Others featured in the story don’t clearly show the affects of hair loss. Journalists also like to speculate who have had hair transplants. Some celebrities do talk openly about having hair loss procedures while others don’t.
Some celebrities also talk openly about their battles with thinning hair or hair loss as a way to help others. One of them is Academy Award winning actress, Viola Davis, who told Vulture that she lost half her hair to alopecia areata at age 28.
“I woke up one day and it looked like I had a Mohawk. Big splash of bald on the top of my head,” she said. Davis said she wore wigs after having the condition. “I never showed my natural hair. It was a crutch, not an enhancement … I was so desperate for people to think that I was beautiful. I had to be liberated from that [feeling] to a certain extent.” Davis wore her natural hair at the 2012 Academy Awards.
Actor Matt Lucas, who was one of the stars in the most recent season of the legendary science fiction show Doctor Who lost his hair at age six. “People always commented on it so I think my way of dealing with it through the years was to disguise myself,” BBC reports. “It felt like a safe thing to do.” Lucas has grown comfortable with his condition and according to the Daily Mail, reached out to a young fan with a similar condition writing. “It’s nice not to have to get your hair cut and also on a hot day you can just take your hat off! And women find it sexy! You’re gonna be fine!”
RHRLI Can Change Your Life
As you can see, celebrities struggle with hair loss and can triumph over the conditions that cause it, just like everybody else. If you’re looking to permanently overcome hair loss, RHRLI is the only hair loss treatment center on Long Island that has the life-changing ARTAS® procedure. ARTAS® is a minimally invasive procedure that gives you the most precise hair transplant you can find. To learn more, contact us today.