Love Island AU: Eden Dally undergoes a ‘life-changing’ hair transplant

Former Love Island Australia star Eden Dally underwent a hair transplant earlier this month after feeling ‘unsafe’ over his receding hairline for three years.

The father of one, 29, told the Daily Mail Australia: ‘I got it done because I got a lot of comments on Instagram about how my hair pulled back and that I got a big forehead.’

“At first it did not bother me, but now three years later I got the same comments,” he added.

Confidence: Former Love Island Australia star Eden Dally underwent a hair transplant earlier this month after feeling 'insecure' over his receding hairline for three years.  (Pictured during his pre-surgery consultation with a specialist at Hair Doctors Australia)

Confidence: Former Love Island Australia star Eden Dally underwent a hair transplant earlier this month after feeling ‘insecure’ over his receding hairline for three years. (Pictured during his pre-surgery consultation with a specialist at Hair Doctors Australia)

Eden said the comments would make him feel insecure about his hair, so he decided to explore his options.

“I started noticing it a lot myself,” he added.

Eden chose to have the life-changing procedure after seeing how happy his partner, Cyrell Paule, was after her breast augmentation earlier this year.

Changes: The father of one, 29, told the Daily Mail Australia: 'I got it done because I got a lot of comments on Instagram about how my hair pulled back and that I have a big forehead.'  The picture on Love Island in 2018

The picture: Eden at SAS Australia in 2020

Changes: The father of one, 29, told the Daily Mail Australia: ‘I got it done because I got a lot of comments on Instagram about how my hair pulled back and that I have a big forehead.’ The picture on Love Island in 2018 (left) and SAS Australia in 2020 (right)

'Unsure': Eden said the comments would make him feel insecure about his hair, so he decided to explore his options.  (The picture at Hair Doctors Australia gets its forehead measured)

‘Unsure’: Eden said the comments would make him feel insecure about his hair, so he decided to explore his options. (The picture at Hair Doctors Australia gets its forehead measured)

“I met with Dr. Oz and Dr. Ateka at Hair Doctors Australia and they gave me the opportunity to have this life-changing procedure,” he said.

“Now, thanks to the trolls, I’ve never felt better.”

Eden urged men who are losing their hair to look at a hair transplant and said, ‘Do not be embarrassed. If that bothers you, go and get it done.

‘Feel good and confident in yourself; there is nothing to be ashamed of. It was a painless and quick procedure, and it brings a new confidence. ‘

Motivator: 'Now, thanks to the trolls, I've never felt better,' Eden said

Motivator: ‘Now, thanks to the trolls, I’ve never felt better,’ Eden said

The procedure involves taking the hair follicles from the back of the head – where the hair is largest and thickest – and placing them at the front of the hairline.

Hair transplants are extracted into follicular units consisting of 1-4 hairs through a follicular unit extraction method (FUE).

A hair transplant in Australia can cost anywhere between $ 10,000 and $ 20,000, depending on the extent of the hair loss and the type of procedure you have.

Regrowth: The procedure involves taking the hair follicles from the back of the head - where the hair is largest and thickest - and placing them at the front of the hairline

Regrowth: The procedure involves taking the hair follicles from the back of the head – where the hair is largest and thickest – and placing them at the front of the hairline

In May, Cyrell underwent a breast augmentation after she was left with “emptied” and “lifeless” breasts after the birth of her son, Boston.

“After having Boston, there was a lot about myself and my body that I was not happy with,” she told the Daily Mail Australia at the time.

“I was no longer happy with my breasts and the way they looked,” she added.

‘They were exhausted and looked lifeless. They really looked like socks hanging from the clothesline. ‘

Satisfied with the results: Eden is seen here with Dr.  Oz and Dr.  Ateka from Hair Doctors Australia

Satisfied with the results: Eden is seen here with Dr. Oz and Dr. Ateka from Hair Doctors Australia

Procedure: Eden's partner, Cyrell Paule, underwent a breast augmentation earlier this year

Procedure: Eden’s partner, Cyrell Paule, underwent a breast augmentation earlier this year

Cyrell and Eden welcomed Boston, their first child together, in February 2020.

The couple met in March 2019, after Cyrell’s ‘marriage’ to Nic Jovanovic on Married At First Sight ended, when they decided they were better off as friends.

Eden became famous in the first season of Love Island Australia in 2018.

Dear Parents: The reality TV couple received their son Boston last February

Dear Parents: The reality TV couple received their son Boston last February

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