Beard transplant is a new trend in men's fashion! More and more men want to get beards like stars Gary Barlow, David Behcam, George Clooney, Brad Pitt and other celebrities.
The rampant fashion for growing beards has led to an unexpected trend in cosmetic surgery. Those men who cannot boast of abundant facial hair go to beauty clinics for transplants.
The pioneer of such procedures is Dr. Bessam Farjo, who performed the first beard transplant in 1996. Today he has no end to those wishing to go through this operation. At the Farjo Hair Institute clinic, the number of clients increases by about 6 times every year. An increasing number of men are looking to acquire hair follicles on their faces to keep up with the trends created by celebrities.
Gary Barlow (1st place in the rating of beards)
"A full-fledged beard is very important today, although it is either in fashion or out of fashion," says Dr. Farjo. chin, where they don’t grow hair to be able to grow a beard. And while some clients dream of a full beard, for most it is more important to have a "designer fringing" that has become overwhelmingly popular."
David Behcam (2nd place in the rating of beards)
Donor hair for a beard transplant is taken from the back of the head, as is done in the case of traditional hair transplant for baldness. There are two common transplantation methods - FUE (sutureless transplant) and strip transplant. As noted by Dr. Farjo, most often potential patients are already cited as examples of bearded celebrities they would like to be like.
George Clooney (3rd place in the rating of beards)
In Great Britain, singer Gary Barlow is on the first place among "role models" (24% of orders "for him"), on the second is footballer David Behcam (20%), and on the third is actor George Clooney (13%). Other celebrities include Brad Pitt, Tom Selleck, Evan McGregor, Ashton Kutcher, Zach Galifianakis and Richard Branson.