SO MANY men are getting hair transplants there will be no baldies in Britain by 2138.
The prediction came as the number of UK slap-heads fell by 500,000 in the past decade.
Shocking predictions reveal that there will be no baldies in Britain by 2138 as so many men are getting hair transplants (pictured Pierluigi Collina)[/caption]
In the last ten years, around 550,000 had transplants, here Jason Statham[/caption]
In 2012 there were an estimated 7million men with either thinning hair or none at all. In the ten years since around 550,000 had transplants, taking the total down to little more than 6.4million.
Some celebs — such as actors Jason Statham and Bruce Willis, and Italian World Cup ref Pierluigi Collina — have embraced baldness. But experts say ops have been popularised by stars including Wayne Rooney, Bradley Cooper and Jimmy Carr.
Electrical engineer Steve Graves, 42, of Maidstone, Kent, is saving up for an op. He said: “I’m not one of those guys who actually suits a bald head.
“Transplants seem pretty successful these days and you can get it done from between £3,000 and £7,000 which I think is worth it.”
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Dr Manish Mittal of Harley Street’s Mittal Hair Clinic said ops had “shot up” since bigwigs started admitting having them.
He added the hair-raising figures showed that as a result baldness will be a “thing of the past” by 2138 — but he expects it to come far earlier.
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He added: “Wayne Rooney changed the industry overnight when he had his operation.
“He was open about his hair loss, which broke down barriers.”
Dr Manish Mittal of Harley Street’s Mittal Hair Clinic said ops had ‘shot up’ since bigwigs started admitting having them, (pictured Bruce Willis)[/caption]