Love Island’s Rosie Williams reveals results of ‘secret’ hair transplant
Rosie Williams has shown off the results of her secret hair transplant that she had nearly two years ago.
The Love Island star, 30, decided to undergo the surgery after "sitting in tears" with "chunks of hair" in her hands – with Rosie saying she suffered from hair thinning because of "years of personal stress".
The reality star, who now lives in Manchester, said she struggled with bald patches, too, which also severely affected her mental health.
She said: "Unfortunately, over the last couple of years my overall hair health has continued to deteriorate. I can only put it down to the amount of stress I’ve been under for personal reasons.
"My hair has continued to thin and I’m experiencing bald patches, the overall hairline has completely changed shape and I don’t even recognise myself anymore.
"What upsets me the most is that every time I wash my hair, I end up sitting on the floor in tears with chunks of wet hair in my hands that have come out of my scalp and I have no idea why."
Rosie added: "Hair loss isn’t something I would wish on anybody, It’s completely impacted my overall happiness and confidence – and following Love Island I was blessed enough to have a lovely following on Instagram that I no longer wish to share myself with because I’m so embarrassed of my hair."
To try and get on top of her struggle with her hair, Rosie visited a celebrity hair transplant surgeon, Dr Matee Rajput, at his clinic in Manchester.
She joins a list of stars such as Jack Fincham, Max Morley, Dom Lever, and Alex Beattie in in getting the op by Dr Matee.
But despite her troubles Rosie didn't make the decision lightly, with her putting in a lot of research before deciding it was what she wanted.
Rosie explained: "The decision to go ahead and have this surgery is not a decision I made lightly.
"I’ve done extensive research into hair loss, how to get your hair to grow again, hair transplants in general. I’ve spoken to friends and family, but it wasn’t until I had a consultation with Dr Matee at KSL Clinic and I actually sought expert advice that I realised a hair transplant was an option for me."
She underwent the procedure in secret almost two years ago, choosing to open up about her decision and show off her new mane now.
Her 22 month journey started with her having her new hairline mapped out before donor hairs are extracted from one area and placed in areas where the hair was thinning.
Immediately after the surgery, Rosie is seen smiling as she shows the shape of what will be her new hairline.
Finally, in stunning snaps you can see the results of the procedure on Rosie, which she said has been a "game changer" for her.
Following the op, Rosie gushed: "My hair is like it’s a different person's head. I’ve never experienced growth like I have done in the past 22 months.
"I do think that the PRP treatments as well as the operation, has been so beneficial – not only to the transplanted area but also to my natural scalp area as well.
"My fringe used to be really short and stick out constantly and now it’s passing my chin which is just amazing.
"It’s just been a game changer really, that’s the only way I can describe it."
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