Prince William And His Hair Under Spotlight
Written by Richard Simmons| Monday, 22 February 2010| There are 3 comments
Poor old Prince William! All anybody can talk about following his recent photo shoot for Hello Magazine is whether he dyed his hair, was wearing a wig or whether the photographs were Photoshopped to make his hair looks thicker. Media pundits were speculating that his hair was significantly different to the way that it appeared when he went on a recent trip to Australia where it was noted that he was experiencing male pattern baldness. There have been plently of media reports that he is making use of the prescription hair loss drug Propecia. Some people even speculated that he must have had hair transplant surgery.
Having seen the photographs in the Ukmedix Newsroom we reckon the change in hair color is pretty minimal and can be put down to slight adjustments to the photograph tones which is common practice among all photographers, especially those that photograph celebrities for magazines such as Hello. It seems a little bit unfair that with every single celebrity getting Photoshopped images that Prince William would be denied a little bit of adjusting here and there.
One thing is for certain is that Prince William needs to take care of his image because in this media age whether he cares or not he will be judged on it. People with a full head of hair tend to make a better impression than those with bald patches. Probably the best advice that we can give to Prince William from the team at Ukmedix News is that he should deal with the hair problem sooner rather than later.
It may be that he will decide to make use of medications like Propecia, (or is already) he could go for a hair transplant or he could just learn to live with his hair loss. It is important that men don't try and cover up their male pattern baldness and that they deal with it head on. Cutting your hair very short is the first step and Prince William should be doing this because it will accentuate the bald patches less.
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