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Chanelle Hayes endured 8 hours of hair transplant surgery after baldness ruined her confidence

Former Big Brother star Chanelle Hayes has revealed the details of her hair transplant surgery after her confidence was ‘broken’ due to hair loss

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Chanelle Hayes has revealed her hair transplant journey after female pattern baldness took a toll on her confidence.

The former Big Brother star, 34, was appalled after photos of her having her hair cut back appeared in the news last year.

The former reality TV star was stunned by ‘bald patches on the top of her head’ and after the pictures were released she decided to hide herself.

After seeing her hairs, Chanelle decided to get a hair transplant after discovering she had female pattern baldness.

Chanelle told her about her hairdressing journey. Sun about how she felt when she first saw the ‘shocking’ pictures.







Chanelle decided to get a hair transplant after discovering she had female pattern baldness
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“It was horrible. I did a 45-minute spin class and I looked ridiculous. I was working hard at the gym, I was blushing,” she explained.

“But the next day when the pictures of her were released, my heart sank. All I could see was how thin my hair was, and my hairline falling out.

“I’m fine with being overweight, I know I’m doing something about it. But it’s my hair. What can I do about that?

“It just felt ridiculous, and so I didn’t go back to the gym for at least a week.”







Chanelle revealed that she was able to pinpoint the exact moment she saw her hair loss start happening
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Chanelle, a proud mother of Blakely, 11, and Frankie, three, revealed that she was able to pinpoint the exact moment she saw her hair start to fall out.

“I can’t pinpoint when it really started happening, it’s a gradual process because I’ve always had a big forehead,” Chanelle said.

“I’ve always had thin hair and nails too, that’s my problem. I’m an adopted child so I don’t really know anything about my family having it. But I assume it was after both babies were born, as well as gaining weight.

“After seeing that pap photo of myself, I looked at old photos and then noticed the difference.”







After 18 months of research, Chanelle decided to have a hair transplant
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It has become such an important part of Chanelle’s life that she sometimes doesn’t leave the house for fear her hairline will be exposed.

The reality TV star said she ‘can’t go outside if it rains, because the water will run down her face’.

She also said that there came a point where she knew she ‘can’t go on like this’, and that’s when she started looking for a hair transplant.







Now that her hair is finally looking good again, Chanelle is happier and more content than ever
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After 18 months of research, Chanelle discovered the Farjo Hair Institute in Manchester and carried out a hair transplant – which often costs £7,000 – in February 2020.

She told The Sun: “I was sitting in a chair for eight hours. During the hair transplant, my surgeon removed the follicles from a denser area of ​​hair, like the back of my head. Then he would implant the cysts into small slits in my scalp.”

Now that her hair is finally looking good again, Chanelle is happier and more content than ever.

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