Monday, March 14, 2016

What Prince William could learn from his first hairstylist about hair transplants.

Recently, a news story surfaced about Prince William visiting with some old friends who remarked about his hair loss.  One such friend, a former instructor of the Prince, made the point that William hadn’t changed at all over the many years except for the undeniable fact of his now much balder pate.  It was all quite a joking matter…except that I suspect the Prince wasn’t laughing on the inside.  Hair loss isn’t funny for those dealing with it.
The oldest child of Prince Charles and Princess Diana clearly got his hair loss more from his father’s side of the family.  Harry, the younger brother, has a much fuller head of hair.  William’s hair loss started fairly early and has gotten quite severe.  Quite likely he wishes there was a way to fix it…there is.  And, the answer is closer than he suspects.
For ten years Princess Diana was attended to by a hair stylist named Richard Dalt

on.  Richard traveled all over the world with Diana, sometimes styling her hair three times a day.  He was a close confidant to Diana.  He saw her through her early years as Princess and even gave young William and Harry their first haircuts.  Richard was losing his hair.  At about the same age as William is now, Richard looked into all the options for treating his hair loss, and concluded that none was good enough for him.  He just continued to lose hair.
Many years later, and after having moved to America, Richard decided to restore his hair.  He chose hair transplantation and Samson Hair Restoration as the place to have it done.  Here are the results:

Now, Richard, some thirty years William’s senior, has a better head of hair than the Prince.  The same option is open to the Prince.  He could have his hair back too.  He could have the last laugh.  

Richard had his hair transplants done with

Richard:  Before                                                 Before                                                      After

William : 
        Before                                                                                                   After

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