The former goalkeeper of Monarcas Morelia and Mazatlan FC, who now militates with Independiente de Avellaneda in Argentina, revealed that the COVID-19 It left serious consequences, since after recovering and testing negative, he was left without hair, eyebrows or eyelashes.
In an interview for Líbero, the former goalkeeper of the Tuzos de Pachuca confessed that decided to shave because he lost a lot of hair after suffering COVID-19He also confessed that as a result of the disease he also lost his eyebrows and eyelashes, so he decided to tattoo his face so as not to look strange.
“At the end of August my hair started to fall out too much, a very steep fall, was to stay with the lock in hand, and it was the whole body, also eyebrows and eyelashes. Finding out a little, I knew it was a sequel to covid-19“, Explained Sebastian Sosa.
The Uruguayan footballer also explained that had to resort to micropigmentation in the eyebrows, since he did not want his face to be “blank”, adding that for the same reason he submitted to a tattoo session to decorate the back of his skull with a lion, a species that for him represents “courage, strength and courage”.