Saturday, June 4, 2011

Wayne Rooney verifies hair transplant at Harley Street

Wayne Rooney, Footballer has verified he has had a hair transplant at a peak London clinic in an offer to bring back his retreating locks to their previous beauty.
In a post on Twitter, the English star said he was "happy" with the effectiveness.
Just to verify to all my supporters I have had a hair transplant. I was going bald at 25 why not," he tweeted. The Manchester United strike footballer said he had his treatment at a hair clinic on London's well-known Harley Street.
He also informed his supporters if anybody could suggest any best hair gel because his head was "still a small aching and swollen".
Rooney’s wife, Coleen Rooney, also took to Twitter to verify the news, making sure people knew it was his choice, not hers.
"Hiya!! Yes Waynes had his hair done! His own choice not me asking him, as many people are saying!! Delighted for him and it will seem excellent," she tweeted.
In the meantime Manchester United and England teammate Rio Ferdinand gage: "Just don't go down the wearing an Alice band route!! You'll be doing head&shoulders promotions soon! Hope its gone ok Good luck lad."
It is not the exceptional one of Rooney's colleagues has laughed at him about his hair on Twitter.
On 7 May, Manchester United star Michael Owen tweeted: "How old are you in that picture? Your face seems as a 12 year olds but your hair looks like a 60 year old!"
Easy mo you recognize that's a receptive subject," was Rooney's response.
Rooney is the newest in a line of sports stars to have moved to treatment to defeat hairlessness.
In 2005, former England cricketer Graham Gooch and former England rugby player Austin Healey showed in advertisements for an anti-hair loss laser treatment.
At the time, Advanced Hair Studios said both men, and Australian cricketer Shane Warne, were amid 300,000 people internationally who had taken up the laser therapy - or the company's unproved strand-by-strand hair alternative process - though the Advertising Standards Authority later lined the therapy's efficiency had not been established.
In 2008, ex- Monty Python star John Cleese also verified he had had a hair transplant during a television interview with anchors Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan.

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