Justin Bieber’s hair is pretty much as famous as he is and he has a lot of it, so most would say that he can’t really have an opinion on hair loss.

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Yet, he took the opportunity to question why Prince William hadn’t done something about his thinning hair.

Kate Middleton doesn’t seem to have a problem with Prince William’s vanishing hair and it appears that most women don’t either.

In a recent poll, WatchMyWallet.co.uk found that 84 per cent of women wouldn’t find a man less attractive if he started to lose his hair.

It seems like hair loss is something of a big worry for men as 71 per cent said they were worried about losing their hair.

In Justin’s interview with Rollacoaster he said about Prince William, “I don't know why he doesn't just get those things, those products. You just take Propecia and your hair grows back. Have you not got it over here?”

Well, Justin, it seems that we do as almost all of the 23 per cent of men already doing something about their hair loss use either Regain or Propecia.

Over half of men suffering from hair loss and not treating said that the reason for not taking hair replacement supplements or protection was because of the cost.

Cost wasn’t something Wayne Rooney had to worry about back when he had his hair transplant to bring his receding hairline forward again, for which he paid £30,000 last year.

A massive 93 per cent of men said they would follow Wayne’s lead and get a hair transplant to stop the dreaded balding if they had the money.

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