After wearing a beanie for nearly three months solid, Jude Law finally chose to remove his headgear, revealing dramatic hair loss. Photographed in Paris whilst attending the Parisian premiere of ‘Sherlock Holmes: Game of Shadows’, fans were stunned to see just how far his hairline had receded since it was last seen back in October.
In December, Jude Law famously refused to remove his beanie hat whilst being interviewed on the set of the Graham Norton show. Despite being goaded by Graham Norton, his Sherlock Holmes co-star Robert Downey Jr, and the audience, Law kept his hat firmly in place saying, ‘I’ve been scalped for my new film and I’ve got had the most heinous hair cut you have ever seen.’ He then went on to say ‘You’ll see it in a cinema next year.’
And so it was that a few months later that people did indeed get to see Jude Law without his hat, but rather than a savage haircut, instead saw that his receding hairline had worsened dramatically.
Jude Law has always shown clear signs of a receding hairline ever since his big screen debut in the 1994 crime thriller ‘Shopping’ aged just 22. Since that time, Jude Law’s hair has thinned at the temples with increasing speed as his profile rose.
Over the intervening 17 years, Law’s hairline has been seen steadily receding at both temples leaving a thin strip of isolated hair along the top of his head. The effects of Male Pattern Balding on Law’s hair are pronounced, now that he has finally chosen to go bare headed once more.
Despite the marked loss of hair now visible, Jude Law could have stopped, and potentially reversed, his receding hairline many years ago before it became quite so obvious. With careful use of medications and other complementary treatments, Law could quite easily have prevented his hairline from becoming a media story and avoided the need for wearing a procession of strange hats.
Hair loss specialists are all agreed that proactive treatment is the best way to deal with hair loss, and that the earlier expert advice is sought, the better the chances of correcting a receding hairline before it becomes noticeable. Early treatment has the added advantage of being significantly cheaper than the extreme techniques, such as hair transplants.
Despite the advanced stages of hair loss shown in the photographs taken this week, it is still perfectly possible that further thinning can be stopped and regrowth started. The Belgravia Centre have a high degree of success in restoring hairlines and other patterns of male hair loss.
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