What do you do if you need to shave your head for a role that happens RIGHT BEFORE you get married?
Do you walk down the aisle with a shaved head, or do you science that shizz?
YOU SCIENCE THAT SHIZZ! Ha!
Cynthia Nixon had to take health supplements to help re-grow her hair in time for her wedding, just a two months after having to shave her head to play a terminal cancer patient in Broadway play Wit!
Here's what she said:
"The play closed I think in March (12) and then I got married at the end of May (12), so, bald bride, probably wouldn't have been my first choice. But some people recommended this thing called Viviscal, so I took all these vitamins. It really worked! And so, by the time I got married, I was like, 'Wow! I have all this hair!'"
Just in case, though, her wedding dress designer created a special headdress for the ceremony in case her at-home treatment didn't work out — luckily, it did!
Now, we have nothing against those who walk down the aisle without hair. You were probably just as beautiful as any other bride. In this case, though, Cynthia really wanted to have hair… so we're glad she did!
The power of supplements!
[Image via WENN.]