Joey Lawrence Hair Transplant Plastic Surgery – Hair Piece and Hair Loss

Joey Lawrence Hair Transplant Plastic Surgery – True or False?

Joey Lawrence, one of the biggest pop stars in the 1990s, has raised hair transplant speculations when he appeared to regrow his hair. His appearance at the People’s Choice Awards has sparked hair transplant rumors among netizens.

Some feel that his hair “transplant” is merely a nicely “weaved in” wig and looks horrendous. Others feel that Joey Lawrence should have kept his hair in buzz cut style. Is Joey Lawrence really trying too hard to relive his glorious “full of hair” days? Is his hair real or fake?

Before his surprising People’s Choice Awards appearance, Joey has been sporting a shaved head for sometime. Just when most of his fans are used to his shaved head, he pops up a surprise.

Let’s look at the evolution of Joey Lawrence Hair over the years.

Joey Lawrence childhood – Well, who can forget the little boy who appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson? Having guest appearances on Different Strokes and Silver Spoon, Joey was catapulted into the limelight with his cute round eyes and his thick mop of hair. Ain’t he a cute little boy then?

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Joey Lawrence and Blossom Days (1991 -1995)

Joey Lawrence was a big hit in the TV series Blossom from 1991 to 1995. Playing the role of Joey Russo, he was funny as hell. By now, his hair has become his trademark. Long, flowing and thick, most fans could never forget how he looked.

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Watch Joey Lawrence In his Nothin’ My Love Can’t Fix and Staying Forever Music Video:

Together with his muscular arms and biceps, Joey Lawrence was everything a heart throb should be. And it was during these years when he churned out hits like “Nothin’ My Love Can’t Fix” and “Stay Forever”. Constantly wearing outfits that leave his upper arms and mid chest exposed, Joey Lawrence was at the peak of his career then.

Joey Lawrence in Urban Legends 2000 – Final Cut

After all the funny sitcoms, Joey Lawrence was cast in Urban Legends – Final Cut where he acted opposite Jennifer Morrison. At this juncture, Lawrence chooses to ditch his flowing locks for an Armani Style haircut. There is still no signs of his hairline receding. His age then was about 24 years old. Check out a shot of Joey Lawrence in Urban Legends below:

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Here is Joey Lawrence being interviewed during the Premiere of Urban Legends: Final Cut. He appears at the 1:00 mark :

Joey Lawrence in Dancing With The Stars in 2007

Then Joey Lawrence decided to shave it all off while participating in Dancing With The Stars. He remained very muscular and his arms are really toned during the competition. His partner on the show was Edyta Sliwinska. Actually Joey Lawrence does look pretty sexy with a bald head.

Watch the following video showcasing Joey Lawrence dancing on the show:

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Joey Lawrence Appearance at The Weinstein Company & Netflix 2014 Gold Globes

Just when the audience were already used to his bald head, Joey Lawrence appeared with a very short haircut in Januaray 12 2014. This time, his hairline seems unnatural and there seems to be some procedure done, either it was hair weaving or a clever hairpiece. There is hardly any scalp seen in the photo below:

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Photo Credit: Jeffrey Meyer Getty Images

Joey Lawrence in The 41st Annual People’s Choice Awards 2016

At the People’s Choice Awards held on 7 January 2015, Joey Lawrence’s hair style got people talking again. This time, he combs his hair sideways in a distinct side parting style. Some netizens commented that he is still using a hair piece to cover the top part of his head. Something is not right about his hair. Check out why:

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Photo Credit : Steve Granitz Getty Images

Joey Lawrence in Premiere of FX’s American Crime Story – The People V. O.J Simpson

Joey Lawrence then appeared on 27 January 2016 ( a year later after all that hair piece talk) at the Premiere of FX’s American Crime Story – The People V. O.J. Simpson sporting a nice looking cool short hair cut again. This time, its clear that he is NOT wearing a hairpiece as his scalp can be clearly seen. Looks like he underwent some hair transplant as baby hairs seem to be growing along his hairline. And boy, his eyebrows look perfect!

Check out this following short clip taken during the premiere:

Photo Credit: Albert L Ortega Getty Images

Photo Credit: Albert L Ortega Getty Images

Experts Say Joey Lawrence Might Have Undergone Hair Transplant

Some hair loss experts have their view on Joey Lawrence’s hairline. Hair loss expert, Dr. Alan Bauman explains, “ Joey Lawrence’s hairline has caused much speculation over the years. After years of sporting a baldhead, it appears Joey Lawrence is ready to start growing his hair out. Despite those who say otherwise, Joey appears to have undergone a hair transplant. When you look at his hairline up close, you can see that it is sparse and “grafty,” telling signs of a transplant. But he is fortunate that it doesn’t appear “pluggy” from a social distance.”

“Another red flag is the frontal peak and straight lines of his hairline, which look unnatural. Hopefully he plans to remedy this later with micrografts that can fill in the hairline with a more wavy, randomized approach and help create a more natural looking appearance. ”

Joey Lawrence Looks Good With or Without Hair

Photo Credit: (right) Jason LaVeris Getty Images

Photo Credit: (right) Jason LaVeris Getty Images

Well, whatever it is, Joey Lawrence look good whether he has hair or not. At least he has experienced both scenarios. He has never lost his charm despite his battle with hair loss. Nobody can take away the electrifying smile and enthusiasm from Joey Lawrence. But overall, we still think that Joey Lawrence looks better with a bald head. What do you all think about Joey Lawrence hair? Should he undergo a hair transplant?

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