Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Bono Hair Transplant

Irish singer-songwriter Bono, best known for being the frontman of the Dublin-based rock band U2,  is rumored to have had plastic surgery.  





Many celebrity watchers and tabloids claim that Bono's full head of hair is a sign of plastic surgery by a hair transplant.



Bono, now 54, had long thick hair in the 1980s, but according to several sources the singer's hairline has been receding ever since the early 1990s. He has cut his hair in recent years, so his thinning hair wouldn't be noticeable.


Pictures reveal that Bono, whose real name is Paul David Hewson, has shown signs of typical male pattern baldness as the top of his hair has begun receding. According to plastic surgeons, once it starts, it is quite impossible to stop it. 



Photos show that the artist has more hair on top and at the front of his head now than before, an evidence that a hair transplant is performed.


As a rock star it is absolutely reasonable to succumb to plastic surgery by hair transplant as men going bald is a sign of age. He undeniably wants to keep his youthful appearance as he works in the entertainment industry and image plays a major role given the fact that competition is really tough.



The plastic surgery results appear natural and flattering to Bono's face. 



What do you think of Bono's hair transplant?


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