Bono (Paul David Hewson) is an Irish singer, musician and most importantly the vocalist of world famous rock band U2. As Bono is aging 50 plus years, one can clearly observe by looking at his recent pictures that he had started losing his hair, his hair was thinning, his hairline was clearly disappearing and Bono was going bald. But suddenly his hairline was restored and Bono regained his hair.
This could be an indication that Bono had a hair transplant. In an interview an official spokesperson of U2 called this a nonsense joke. But many reporters and close friends of this great singer believe that Bono had a hair transplant.
Take a look of current look of young looking Bono with a all new hand fixed hair, and completely fixed hairline.
Here is the difference between the old and new hairline of Bono. Can’t you believe that Bono had a hair transplant.
This was the first sign of male balding in Bono, and the problem started from here.
The early 90′s look of Bono which was the start of hair loss for Bono.
In late 90′s he tried to cover up his hair by using concealer.
If you dye your hair in black color, you are likely to hide your hair loss, Bono knew this very well and did exactly the same.
If you a fan of U2 and follower of Bono, then you might have noticed that in mid 90′s his hair started thinning and his hairline started receding. Till late 90′s he tried to cover up his hair loss by using concealer such as DermMatch or Toppik. Then he often spoted with a feeling of he used black hair dye, that cover up the hair loss from certain angles.
Apart from his hair transplant, people also see the signs of plastic surgery on his face as he’s started looking younger and the signs of aging has started disappearing. Probably Bono has gone through lower eyelid surgery, and also some botox and dermal fillers.
As far as Bono’s hair transplant is concerned, I don’t care if spokesperson of U2 or even Bono denies the claim, anyone can spot the clear signs of hair regrowth and hand fixed hair on his head. The rest I leave up to you.