Strictly Come Dancing star Anton du Beke lately opened up about his hair loss, revealing he opted to have a hair transplant after feeling “consumed” by his fast balding.
Hair loss generally is a troublesome actuality to come back to phrases with, not least for Strictly Come Dancing professional Anton du Beke, who lately opened up about present process a hair transplant process.
Anton, who is named the “King” of the Strictly ballroom, advised Steph McGovern on Channel 4’s Steph’s Packed Lunch why he opted to have a hair transplant, admitting his confidence was tarnished as his hair loss received worse.
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“I began to lose my hair just a few years in the past… Each time I appeared within the mirror it’s all I might see”, mentioned Anton.
A hair transplant is a process during which a plastic or dermatological surgeon strikes hair follicles from the again or aspect of the top to a bald space of the top. When accomplished professionally, the outcomes could be life-changing for individuals like Anton who really feel weak attributable to their balding.
The 54-year-old admitted he was extremely digicam shy at his lowest level. “I had a time period once I tried to do all my images in profile… It’s type of at all times in your thoughts. It begins to devour you.”
Anton opened up about his hair loss journey
Requested whether or not dropping his hair knocked his confidence, Anton mentioned: “It does in sure points, not as a performer… In regular life. You’re both comfortable with it otherwise you’re not comfortable with it so if you recognize you’re not comfortable with it then, for me, it was a case of do one thing about it.”
Anton defined how the transplant happened, saying: “I used to be taking part in golf with Jimmy Nesbitt who’s famously had hair transplants and I went to his man… It instantly remodeled my life… All of that stuff that was happening went away.”
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Admitting the process wasn’t all plain crusing, the star revealed: “It’s a painful process, so that you settle for it for what it’s. It doesn’t damage as a lot as wanting into the mirror and seeing your hairline disappearing.”
Anton was very trustworthy about having had the process within the aftermath of it. He defined to Steph: “I owned it, I might discuss it… I had little interest in pretending. I wished to go ‘look, I’ve had a little bit of crop rotation, I’ve ripped a bit from the again and shoved it on the entrance.’”
Steph’s Packed Lunch airs weekdays at 12.30pm on Channel 4.