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Hollyoaks star Stephanie Davis shows off results of hair transplant

Hollyoaks star Stephanie Davis has showed off the results of a hair transplant she underwent back in November, revealing a fully head of hair after dealing with bullying about the size of her forehead.

The actress, best known for playing Sinead O’Connor in the Channel 4 soap, has revealed that her new look has made her feel confident and in a new video showcasing the changes, her hair is described as ‘vibrant’.

In the video she shows her hairline has been lowered by nearly two inches in some parts to help reduce the appearance of large forehead.

In a detailed video uploaded last year, Stephanie explained how her ‘large forehead always bothered her as she got bullied in school, being called a potato head and felt helpless not being able to do anything about it.’

She attended the British Hair Clinic for the treatment where Dr Zabeeh performed the procedure.

The expert, who has become a favourite go to surgeon for hair transplants, explained that hair transplant surgery for women follows a similar science to that in men.

He stated: ‘The skill lies in taking additional care and consideration when designing feminine hairlines as the shape of the hairline varies quite considerably compared to masculine hairlines.

‘Natural looking male hairlines tend to be receded slightly in the corners, whereas female hairlines tend to be flatter arching downwards from the middle, a bit like a flat rainbow’.

He added: ‘Stephanie wanted a youthful, fuller female hairline. She sent us an update via a video call. We could not see her in person due to coronavirus lockdown restrictions, but it is easy to see her hair growing nicely and hairline is already taking shape. In six months, we expect her hairline to get stronger and fuller’.

Stephanie gave a ‘massive thank you to the British Hair Clinic’ adding that she ‘thought for a girl it would be more difficult to get a good hair transplant done but it’s really not! It’s easy’.

She encouraged ‘any girl who wants to get their hair loss treated to get help as it has really upped her confidence’.

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