After 35 years of wearing the same trademark ponytail, Status Quo’s Francis Rossi has literally cut all ties to his youth. The outgoing and charismatic showman lopped off his iconic locks when he realised that the grip of male pattern baldness was closing in.
The 59-year-old guitarist first grew his hair long in the 70s as the band shot to fame and has sported the style ever since.
“It looked fabulous – I felt like a fashion icon,” Rossi said.
But Rossi admits he is no longer able to carry off lengthy locks as his hair has started to thin.
“In the past few years my hair has got so thin that there’s not enough to work into a decent ponytail,” he said. “A few weeks ago it dawned on me that I looked ridiculous. So I decided to forget about clinging to my youth and that it was time to grow old gracefully.”
Little did the music legend know that with the right treatment he could still grow old gracefully with his hair intact.
Male pattern baldness affects two-thirds of men by the time they’re 50 but the figure rises to 80% in over 70 year-olds. Remarkably 70% of British men think nothing can be done about hair loss and it looks like Status Quo’s leading man was part of that majority.
The truth is, if Rossi started using the right hair loss treatments when he first noticed his hair was starting to thin, the situation could have been a lot different.
There are three treatments proven to prevent and reverse hair loss, and if Propecia, Minoxidil and the HairMax LaserComb are combined in the right quantities and administered with the correct hair growth boosters, hair loss will almost always be cleared up – that’s a fact.
Even in the most stubborn cases of male pattern baldness the effects can be stopped and reversed provided you seek the right advice and treatment… SEE FOR YOURSELF.
For more information on the best combination of treatments for male pattern hair loss, contact the Belgravia Centre on 020 7730 6666 or send an email.