Robbie Williams thinks about wearing a wig on tour after a failed hair transplant
Robbie Williams got his first hair transplant in 2013. He started noticing his hair was still thin and withdrew for injections
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Robbie Williams has revealed he was thinking of wearing a wig on tour after a failed hair transplant.
The Angels singer, 48, has previously had hair transplants as well as expensive hair follicle growth injections.
However, both procedures failed to produce the results he wanted so he would probably take the easier route.
Robbie revealed: ‘I’m thinking about doing my hair.
“There are these amazing wigs that you can get right now, you have to shave all your hair off and then glue it back on and keep it for a couple of weeks.”
He added to Australian radio: “I could really do it just to tour.”
The Take That star added that he sometimes thinks he’s ‘still 27’ when on stage, but the giant screen footage gives him a reality check.
He explained: “When I’m on stage and I’m giving him the big gun, I look at them like I still think I’m 27.
“And then I turned back and saw a 40 foot tall version of me with three necks and a light shining on the top of my head that made it look like a baby… I started a little. neurosis due to hair loss.”
Back in 2021, he opened up about embracing his thinning hair and trying out different styles.
Robbie – who is married to Ayda Field – said: ‘My hair is falling out, getting thinner and thinner and I think instead of fighting it, I should rely on it.
“The first step is to do a number one and see what it looks like. I think that’s fine.
“Then I thought while Ayda was out, I’m going to shave a Mohican. Here’s what happened.”
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Robbie underwent hair transplant surgery in 2013 but it didn’t stop his hair from thinning seven years later.
In 2020, a consultation revealed that his hair was too thin for another procedure.
Talking to Sun Earlier this year, Robbie explained how he’s made a ton of money on injections that ‘cost the same as grandma’s house.
The female singer said: “These two containers are an absolute fortune. It’s the same price as my grandmother’s house.”
“And they put these jars in and say in five months your hair will grow back a lot thicker. Nothing has happened yet. We’ve been seven months and nothing has happened. You can’t say. before.”
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