If you're connected to the YouTube community in any way, shape, or form, then you're likely familiar with The Try Guys. The Try Guys are a comedy group, comprised of Keith Habersberger, Ned Fulmer, Zach Kornfeld, and Eugene Lee Yang, who met and joined forced while working for BuzzFeed. From 2014 until 2018, the foursome developed an online audience through the media titan and after four years with the company, they made the decisions to part ways and develop their own company. Since going independent, The Try Guys have accumulated 6.1 million followers on their YouTube channel, published a book called The Hidden Power of F*cking Up, debuted a podcast, won Show of the Year at the 2018 Streamy Awards, and are currently touring the country on their Legends of the Internet tour.
Throughout their careers on YouTube, each and every one of The Try Guys have showcased personal stories and experiences to millions of fans online—especially after creating their own channel. For example, Ned Fulmer has starred in a number of videos about the birth of his first child and Eugene Lee Yang recently came out as gay in an artistically choreographed piece.
In a recently published two-part series, it was Try Guy Zach Kornfeld who got intimate with audiences about his experience with hair restoration. Over the years, Kornfeld has discussed his insecurities with hair loss to varying degrees. And now, he's taken big steps to combat male pattern alopecia by undergoing a combination of surgery and microblading.
For the first part of Kornfeld's hair restoration journey, he had his scalp microbladed. In the video, Kornfeld consults the experts at Barber Surgeon's Guild and ultimately has his scalp microbladed with small dots to camouflage thinning hair.
In part two of the process, Kornfeld undergoes robotic hair restoration that will bring back hair he's already lost. Take a look at both videos to see the innovative procedures that Kornfeld underwent and let us know your thoughts on this story in the comments section.