Former England cricket captain Michael Vaughan OBE felt his
confidence ebb away as his hair fell out.
Realising the key to recapturing the poise and personality he exuded as a top sportsman lay in hair restoration, he contacted MHR Clinic.
Now a partner in the business after seeing the results of his FUE surgery, he reveals the difference in his demeanour has been like “night and day.”
Michael Vaughan reached the pinnacle of his sport when, as captain of his country, he led the England cricket team to victory in the 2005 Ashes series – and brought the coveted trophy back to Britain for the first time in 18 years.
His skilled performances and assured leadership saw the sublimely talented batsman awarded an OBE in the following New Year Honours list and given the freedom of his home city of Sheffield.
As a sportsman on the cricket field he exuded a confidence that spread quickly among his teammates. But off the field, as he lost his hair, that confidence gradually abandoned him and began to affect areas of his life.
The national hero, who also scored 633 runs including three centuries during the 2002/2003 Ashes series, realised if he was to regain his personal prowess he had to do something about his hair loss.
Recalling the decision to seek help from MHR Clinic he said: “The reason I decided to go for the hair implants was pretty simple. As a sportsman I know how important confidence is and my thinning hair was a concern.
“The hair on top of my head was starting to thin and fall out. The front was starting to wither away. And I could feel I had less confidence for it.
“I’d seen my old man’s hair loss for many years and I didn’t want his look. I like him, but not how his hair looks, so I decided to do something about it.”