Spencer Stevenson writes for a number of leading men’s grooming blogs and acts a hair loss correspondent in the printed press.
What makes a good candidate for a hair transplant? Spencer Stevenson was approached by The Telegraph to provide his expert opinion on hair loss and the reality of hair transplantation.
“In 1997, I was 21 and losing my hair. It horrified me. My brown, messy locks were my thing, part of my identity. I felt robbed. I stopped going out and feeling good about myself. To try to disguise the hair loss.”
“By the age of 50, more than half of men have moderate or extensive hair loss thanks to Male Pattern Baldness and many just live with it. For the majority, hair loss is debilitating and sadly so many simply suffer in silence.”
“Spencer Stevenson was blessed with thick hair as a young man. He was handsome, too, with blue eyes and a dimpled chin. “They used to call me the Hoff,” the 44-year-old property manager recalls.”
Spencer contributed to The Observer’s piece about the increasing popularity of hair loss treatments following Wayne Rooney’s hair transplant at the Harley Street Hair Clinic.
“Hair loss guru Spencer Stevenson, of SpexHair told the Sun Online: “I think young men may rush into marriages because they feel as though no one will be interested in them once their receding hairline worsens.”
Having assisted comedian Jimmy Carr during his hair transplant research, SpexHair founder Spencer Stevenson shared his views on the impact of celebrity procedures with The Sunday Times.
“Spencer Stevenson, an independent hair loss mentor, writes for The Telegraph suggesting that he is a little too late in going for it now. Hair loss needs to be caught early enough in its ‘miniaturising cycle’ to stand a chance of being regrown.”
Spencer is regularly asked to contribute to articles regarding the psychological impact of hair loss. In this article for The Times he explains the detrimental impact hair loss can have on self esteem and confidence and talks about his own experiences as a young man.
“Spencer ‘Spex’ Stevenson is well known to hair loss sufferers throughout the world and has been helping educate them for over 10 years. He has endured wigs, laser and ten hair transplants surgeries via different techniques.”