Men’s hair loss is a very real issue, but it is rarely discussed because male insecurity is not acknowledged as a legitimate issue and is frequently dropped as a topic of conversation. But so many men experience hair loss and the accompanying loss of confidence. So many people turn to medical procedures to correct it. Of course, hair transplant surgery is the most popular sort of hair surgery, but if a person doesn’t want to have it done or doesn’t have the time off required for recovery (around six months), then apparently there are alternative options.
IK Ogbonna, a well-known Nollywood actor who has been bald for a while, has recently been sporting a low cut. IK is now admitting that the hair on his head is not actually hair at all in a new interview with Showbiz Patrol. IK Ogbonna made the following claims concerning the cosmetic procedure he had done on his head and what it actually entailed.
First speaking about having to wear wigs and fake hair like in the picture above, IK Ogbonna said:
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It’s not easy at all because sometimes, the process is a long process. Hours. And sometimes you wear the wig and you’re going to the set in the morning and you slept some kind of way and there’s continuity issues. So we now have to start redoing it, it’s affecting production time. But the only beauty of it is that I had the privilege of looking different. I had a movie where I was on dreadlocks. I had one with brown hair. I had one with full hair. You know, different looks at different times. But then, the whole stress was just too much and I like soft life.
Speaking about the head surgery he did, IK Ogbonna said:
I actually did consider doing a hair transplant. And the funny thing for me is that in Nigeria, we frown at so many things that is common everywhere in the world. There are so many Hollywood actors and musicians that did a hair transplant. There’s a lot of them, even presidents have done a hair transplant. It’s a normal thing. If you don’t like your body, put yansh. If you don’t like your breast, add breast. If you don’t like your hair, put hair. If you don’t like your face, put makeup.
But for the hair transplant, I would need about six months of not working and I don’t have that right now. So what I did was an MSP. It’s a microscopic pigmentation. So they just pick the color of your hair and then they create a hairline for you. It’s very painful, but yeah. [Most people don’t even notice, they just think I have a very low cut] but no, it’s a procedure.