Matthew McConaughey Says There’s A Hair Transplant Doctor Out There Who’s Been Lying About Working On His Head

March 1, 2022 / Posted by:

If you have watched EDtv recently, well – first of all, email me and I’ll send you some better DVDs so you don’t have to do that again. But while watching you might have noticed Matthew McConaughey’s hairline and wondered how such a thing could have started aging in reverse. Because 1999 Matthew McConaughey’s scalp situation is much different than today’s hair. Apparently, a whole lot of people thought that Matthew McConaughey did what many Hollywood dudes have done and got a hair transplant. One doctor was so sure that Matthew had gotten his hair done, that that doctor decided to lay claim to the work. The only problem is, according to Matthew himself, there was no hair job, and that doctor is a follicular liar.

Matthew spoke to LADBible about his incredible changing hair, and he wants everyone to know that he did not ever, never, not once, so stop asking, get a hair transplant to make his hair go from giving Jude Law hairline energy to the thick, luscious mop of McConaughcurls you see today. It’s just ointment. That’s right, an ointment. So please, stop enhance-enhance-enhancing high-resolution pictures to look for telltale transplant scars on his head. Matthew admits that his hair back in the day was thinner than the plot of The Wedding Planner, but that with some hard work and elbow grease, he grew all his hair back. via Yahoo! News:

“I get this topical ointment and I rub it into my scalp, once a day for 10 minutes,” He said. “I was fully committed to it – no Propecia, no nothing, it was just manual labor. All I can tell you is it came back. I have more hair now than I had in 1999. You can go back and look at things like The Wedding Planner and those things; I mean, you’ll see, I was losing. I got a picture, turn of the millennium party in 2000 in Jamaica, I was looking down laughing and there was a baseball-sized bald spot on the top of my head.”

Matthew says he bumped into a famous plastic surgeon in Beverly Hills who informed Matthew that another high-profile doctor was going around and bragging about how he was the miracle worker who turned Matthew’s late-90s hair from thin to thick. The Beverly Hills surgeon asked to inspect Matthew’s hair, as that other surgeon had allegedly been giving little TED Talks about the work done to Matthew’s head at annual surgery conventions.

According to Matthew, the Beverly Hills surgeon noted that he didn’t have any scars, and Matthew then told him that of course, he doesn’t, because his hair was the result of 10 minutes of ointment rubbing every day. Just for posterity, here’s what Matthew’s hair looked like before all that hair growth ointment, courtesy of his 1999 mugshot that highlights everything that was going on there.

That poor hair transplant surgeon’s cover has effectively been blown. Matthew McConaughey says his scalp has never gone under the knife, so we have to take him at his word. So what’s that surgeon going to brag about at this year’s surgery convention? Honestly, he should show up in a black cape, top hat, red bow tie, with a pretty sawed-in-half assistant in a box, and reveal himself as the magician who made Matthew’s magic hair ointment. “Behold, the hairline that appears out of nowhere!


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