As Calum Best admits he's had a hair transplant after years of scalp damage, we take a look at other celebs who have gone under the knife for a better barnet!
Calum Best has had a hair transplant after a 'Croydon facelift' caused him to go bald in his early 20s.
The former model has undergone a £8000 hair transplant at the Crown Clinic in Manchester since feeling low about his premature hair loss, after his scalp was damaged from years of dying his mane blonde and being pulled too tight in a ponytail.
The son of Manchester United legend George Best began losing his hair at the age of 23 and has had 1,200 grafts, amounting to 1,850 individual hairs, moved from the side of his scalp to the front.
'You are thinking all the time, 'are they looking at my bald spot?'
'I am so pleased I had it done. I was fed losing losing my hair and wanted to look good' said the
'You only to see how much better people like Wayne Rooney, James Nesbitt and Gordon Ramsay look after having similar operations.”
Like Rooney, Calum had a follicular transfer where individual hair grafts were moved from the side of his scalp to his hairline.
He admitted that losing his hair had hit his confidence, especially at auditions and castings.
He said: 'You drop your head to look at your phone and you are thinking all the time, ‘Are they looking at my bald spot?’
'It really affects your confidence. You find it hard to concentrate fully, because you are worried that they will be noticing your hair.
'I have also reached the stage in my life where I am much more relaxed about how people view me.
'I am happy to admit that I’ve had this done.'
Calum is currently single after previously dating a string of well known celebrities including Lindsay Lohan and Lizzie Jagger.
He said: 'There is no one special in my life – hopefully having a full head of hair will help me to find her.'
But, of course, Calum isn’t the only celeb that’s miraculously grown his hair back. Join us as we take a closer look at who else has gone from bald to, er, barnet…