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  • Prince William might seem to have it all: his mother’s good looks and light hair color, a privileged life and any girl he wants. But the one thing he hasn’t had for a while now is hair. Which is why Makemeheal.com was surprised to see him on the cover of a magazine with a full head of dark hair.

    27-year old Prince William posed for Hello! Magazine with a drastically differently hair do than he recently sported on a trip to Australia. In Australia, he revealed male pattern baldness in his natural dark blond hue. Shortly after the trip, the magazine cover came out, with a dark-haired, full head of hair Prince William.

    Prince William, Plastic Surgery

    Ever since then, the Net has been abuzz with bloggers trying to decide whether Prince William dyed his hair and got a hairpiece or the magazine Photoshopped a new look for the heir apparent.

    Board certified New York dermatologist Dr Judith Hellman says, “Prince William’s hair is clearly a colored, by himself or with Photoshop- that’s not clear. However, in the light colored hair picture, he has a clear ” widow’s peak” and shows a lot of receding on the sides above the temples. In the dark colored picture, all that seems to be a pretty straight line. I am not sure if he lost his hair in the middle resulting in that straight line, or, he may very well have gotten a few microplugs. It’s also possible that he is using over the counter Rogaine and/or prescription Propecia to try to save his hair from falling out and even grow some back if he is lucky. In any case, he is an attractive young man, and the hair will not hinder his personal success with the ladies or political ones if he gets to be King!”

    Miami plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Salzhauer says, “ Dying his hair a darker color has definitely helped Prince William conceal his bald spots.  In addition he must have undergone some type of hair restoration treatment such as hair transplants to have made such a dramatic improvement .”

    Board certified Manhattan plastic surgeon Dr David Shafer says, “Prince William most likely had his hair dyed or Photoshopped to a darker shade.  I don’t see anything that indicates that he had any invasive procedures.”

    New York plastic surgeon Dr Jennifer Walden says, “Prince William has been recently photographed with extremely thin hair, a result of male pattern baldness.  On this magazine cover, the thick dark hair may be the result of Photoshop, a toupee, some hair transplant surgery, or a combination of any of the above.”

    Young William is well known for his acts of charity and similarities to his mother, the late Princess Di, but his new look, plastic surgery or not, doesn’t do the handsome prince any justice.

    Read the complete plastic surgery profile of Prince William on Plasticopedia, the largest celebrity plastic surgery encyclopedia.

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