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Facial hair transplants the new trend for 21st-century men

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Facial hair among men has recently gained popularity in mainstream fashion. With sports and entertainment celebrities sporting the beard, the facial fuzz has become the new swag quotient of the metrosexual man. While the plangent voice with a chiselled body and bushy beard had always been observed as signs of masculinity, social dominance, age and attractiveness, it’s only recently that the metrosexual man has re-discovered the charisma of the fuzz! This has led to the aspirational value of the beard, especially among those who are not sufficiently blessed with the generous crop of facial hair. Enter the new trend in male grooming – The facial hair transplant surgery. With a promise for a natural looking beard, an increasing number of men are turning to this to enhance or restore their facial hair.

Dr Vinod Sonawane,Hair Transplant Surgeon and Managing Director at Bloom Hair Transplant said What are the reasons behind men opting for the transplant: “Beard transplants are a boon to those who are suffering from age, hormone or stress-related issues, impacting their hair growth. In a society where we have the complex perspective of attractiveness towards men with a full beard, with both Indian (Ranveer Singh) and International stars (Nick Jonas), Sports celebrities (Virat Kohli and David Beckham) and Royals and politicians (Prince Harry and Narendra Modi) have kept high standards of masculine charisma. Decoding some of the reasons why facial hair transplant is popular and here to stay for the tall, dark handsome half of the population.”

· Rebuilding self-image after an accident or damage, for e.g. post burns, acne, scars in an accident etc.

· Genetic problems that run in families. If there is a history of some close family member having the condition, it is likely for other members to develop the condition of baldness in the beard area.

· Depression, anxiety, extreme stress and hormonal issues cause bald patches and that leads to hair loss or scanty growth, leading to beard transplant as a lucrative option

Beard hair transplant is a fast-catching trend in India -How the transplant is done:

Sonawane said, “Beard hair transplant, like the other transplants, is a meticulous surgical procedure handled only by professional surgeons. One needs to understand the need and the expectation of the patient and then do the grafting to create a natural looking pattern which fits face proportion, thus enhancing the personality.”

Dr said, “The beard transplant is done mostly by the Follicular Unit Extraction(FUE) technique, where a small group of hair is extracted one by one from a donor site. For the transplant, hair is typically taken from the side or back of the head where it grows finer and is less prone to balding. Transplanted facial hair falls out after roughly 2 weeks, but regrows around 3 months later and can then be treated as natural facial hair.”

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Bigg Boss 14: Tujhse Hai Raabta actor Sehban Azim CONFIRMS being approached for the show

Bigg Boss 14 is round the corner and Sehban Azim reveals that he was indeed approached for the show

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Bigg Boss 14 is one of the most anticipated reality shows of all time. The show is all set to premiere on October 3 and there are a lot of speculations around the contestants who will be entering the house.

TV actor Sehban Azim is seen in a new project which released today. The project is a bit different as it’s a short film.

Bigg Boss 14 is round the corner and the actor reveals that he was indeed approached for the show. “I did get a call from Bigg Boss 14, but I avoided it for the time being. I respect people who are a part of the show. It takes a lot of courage. I don’t think I have it in me.”

He goes on to explain, “I have told no to Bigg Boss as I don’t understand the show. I haven’t said no to reality shows in general. The thing is you (as a viewer) don’t know what is happening (in Bigg Boss). You don’t know where they will take the story and how much they are showing. They shoot for an entire day and show footage of only 30 minutes or so. The truth is sometimes very different. The makers show the viewers things that the viewers want to see. So while you are doing a reality show, in the end you are just a puppet because they will decide what they want to show.”

The actor adds, “In a TV show, I have to play a character. You give me a character from a show and I know that I have to play it. You give me a script and I will keep on playing it. That I understand. But if you tell me that you are Sehban and we will make you do things and we will put less salt in your food so that you react and get angry, that I don’t get. So they bring the actor to that level in which he/she feels troubled. So why do I get into that situation? I know fame and money are necessary but it’s not that necessary that I get into tough situations. I want to avoid it.”

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Yami Gautam makes kajal with ‘ghar ka ghee’

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Mumbai, Sep 11 : Yami Gautam is making innovative use of her time at home during lockdown. On Friday, the actress shared on Instagram that that she has learnt to kajal (kohl) the way her grandma used to do it.

“Having patiently observe my Naani as she would make ‘Kaajal’ at home for us girls, whenever we would visit her during summer holidays, has left me with some really sweet memories- the fresh scent of the burnt oil wick, smeared with ghar-ka ghee & then stuffing it in a small antique container, which I still posses,” Yami wrote.

“Finally, made ‘kaajal’ myself today & the feeling took me back to those innocent & much-treasured memory lanes,” she shared.

Along with it, she posted a picture of flaunting kohled eyes.

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Alaya F: Once I set my mind to something, I’ll do it

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Mumbai, Sep 11 : Young actress Alaya F is looking back at her training days as she says she is still learning and growing.

“A lot of things in my training have been very, very hard for me and haven’t come necessarily naturally to me, but I’m still learning and still growing and I still have a long way to go from where I want to be,” she said.

“I think all my teachers have said this to me, that I am very stubborn because once I set my mind to something, I will do it no matter what. And even if I give up on it for like one day, the next day I’ll come back and want to do and want to do it even better,” she added.

Alaya had made her silver screen debut with “Jawaani Jaaneman” this year.

The actress often takes to Instagram to share how she keeps challenging herself. She recently posted how she stepped out of her comfort zone for a fun dance.

Sharing a video of her dancing, she had posted on Instagram: “Tried to do a fun choreography in pencil heels with no cuts at all just push myself out of my comfort zone a little.”

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