American singer-songwriter and rapper Ke$ha has recently tweeted a photograph where she is modeling a new style that could be used in the future as an interesting way to hide the signs of female hair loss. However the new look will not suit everyone’s tastes, as the 25 year-old has had a significant portion of her hair replaced with metal studs.
The singer, real name Kesha Rose Sebert, has replaced hair with metal studs once before, although previously she had restricted the modification to her eyebrows. Whether these new head studs are to be a permanent fixture is unclear, but the singer appears pleased with her new look in the meantime.
For most men and women experiencing some form of hair loss, Kesha’s solution may prove too extreme, not to mention inappropriate for most workplaces outside the pop music arena. It is unclear whether Kessha’s metal studs are being used to conceal some form of thinning hair, but for women who are shedding hair, there exist several alternatives to regrow real hair instead.
At The Belgravia Centre we create custom treatment plans to help men and women regrow hair using a personalised combination of clinically-proven medications, dietary supplements and the FDA-cleared HairMax LaserComb. To find out how The Belgravia Centre can help you combat hair loss without resorting to metal studs, please give us a call on 0800 077 6666 or message us to arrange a free, no-obligation consultation with one of our hair loss experts. Alternatively, you can fill in our online diagnostic form to obtain a personalised hair loss treatment programme that can be sent to you anywhere in the world.
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