Love Island star Rosie Williams has shared the results of her hair transplant after being left in tears over her thinning locks.
The 30-year-old, who appeared in the fourth series of the ITV2 dating show, had the procedure done secretly nearly two years ago.
After suffering from thinning hair due to years of personal stress, the star made the decision to have the transplant after "sitting in tears" with chunks of hair in her hands
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Rosie, who now lives in Manchester revealed that her mental health was also significantly affected by having bald patches in some places.
She decided to visit celebrity hair transplant surgeon and surgical director Dr Matee Rajput at his clinic , KSLin Manchester.
In a video on Dr Matee's
, Rosie spoke about her decision to get the transplant saying: "Unfortunately, over the last couple of years my overall hair health has continued to deteriorate."
She continued: "I can only put it down to the amount of stress I’ve been under for personal reasons.
"My hair has continued to thin and I’m experiencing bald patches, the overall hairline has completely changed shape and I don’t even recognise it anymore.
"What upsets me the most is that every time I wash my hair, I end up sitting on the floor in tears with chunks of wet hair in my hands that have come out of my scalp and I have no idea why."
Rosie added: "Hair loss isn’t something I would wish on anybody, It’s completely impacted my overall happiness and confidence – and following Love Island I was blessed enough to have a lovely following on Instagram that I no longer wish to share myself with because I’m so embarrassed of my hair."
Although the procedure was a secret, the Love Island star is now ready to reveal her incredible before and after photos along with the process she endured.
In a series of images, people can see the hairline that was mapped out for Rosie before she went on her hair journey.
Seeing the incredible results of the procedure, Rosie said it has been a "game changer" for her as she admitted to never having experienced growth like this in the past 22 months.
After the op, Rosie said: "My hair is like it’s a different person's head. I’ve never experienced growth like I have done in the past 22 months.
"I do think that the PRP treatments as well as the operation, has been so beneficial – not only to the transplanted area but also to my natural scalp area as well.
"My fringe used to be really short and stick out constantly and now it’s passing my chin which is just amazing.
"It’s just been a game changer really, that’s the only way I can describe it."
Rosie told her 702k followers she still continues to have check-ups at the clinic and will be sharing a video on her YouTube channel this month as she documented the journey herself.
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