How surgery can solve your stubble trouble
There was a time when appearing clean shaven and looking slick as you like was all the rage.
But at the moment having a close shave isn’t as cool as it was, and many a man is sporting a trendy and manly full beard, or at least a healthy amount of designer stubble.
Unfortunately the trend for a full facial fuzz, popularised by the likes of Russell Brand, Jared Leto and Hugh Jackman, isn’t an easy one for all men to follow.
For some people growing a full beard is a problem, others might struggle to get their moustache and beard to link up and some may even have difficulty growing any kind of facial hair at all.
If you’re one of those men who feels their masculinity is challenged by the fact you can’t grow a beard, luckily there’s a hair-raising solution – the facial hair transplant.
Many men, inspired by the hirsute hipster trend, are using the male cosmetic surgery technique to grow bushier moustaches, sideburns, goatees and full beards.
The procedure is minimally invasive and sees surgeons remove hair follicles from areas where they won’t be missed and implant them in the face.
The procedure is better than the old technique of removing strips of scalp and transplanting them as it takes less time, is more precise and takes less time to heal.