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I just noticed this when they were advertising the Saints/Bucs game and they showed Drew’s face in the preview. I instantly noticed his hairline since he’s always been receding and what balding guy wouldn’t notice. Interested to see more pics and videos as the season goes on and we see interviews. Who do you think he went to? and FUT or FUE?

 

Can’t tell how successful it was but initially looks to take 5 years or more off him

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6 minutes ago, hairlossPA said:

since he’s always been receding and what balding guy wouldn’t notice.

yes indeed, we brothers are our own worst enemies in the art of detection. Thankfully the rest of humanity are uninitiated zombies :D

Probably fue. Having all that money, career time in front of the camera, and downtime this year. good for him.

 

I want to see some side pics of the new widow's creep and how much he's had done on his temple points, because they definitely need some work.

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Yeah, once you dive in to the world of hair transplants, you'll start noticing guys who have most likely had procedures all the time. It's hard to tell what his final results are, but should look pretty good - and most likely a good representation of how much difference a relatively small procedure to slightly lower the hairline and reframe the face can make. 

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I was watching Cobra Kai on Netflix the other day, I noticed the actor from Borat known for his character Azamat Bagatov. He’s got what appears to be a poorly done hair transplant, most likely from the 80s or 90s. Never noticed it until now 

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1 hour ago, pkipling said:

Yeah, once you dive in to the world of hair transplants, you'll start noticing guys who have most likely had procedures all the time. It's hard to tell what his final results are, but should look pretty good - and most likely a good representation of how much difference a relatively small procedure to slightly lower the hairline and reframe the face can make. 

I see and come across so many people on a day to day basis, from all walks of life who have had hair transplants - its almost like a hobby whilst I'm out and about 😂

Fascinating to see the difference in demographics as well - ranging from men in suits on the underground, to builders in the local cafe. Love it. 

One of the best transplants I have ever seen in real life is a greek/mediterranean guy who runs a restaurant near to where I live. He has that classic thick, wavy, black hair so amazing characteristics - and his hair style is long and slicked back, with an alice band - it looks like something straight from an FUEXPERT video. 

One day I'll ask him who his surgeon was 😉

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