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Byron Baes star Jade Kevin Foster unveils the results of his hair transplant

Byron Baes star Jade Kevin Foster reveals hair transplant results after admitting his receding hairline left him insecure

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Byron Baes star Jade Kevin Foster informed his followers on Friday about the state of his recent hair transplant.

The 30-year-old reality TV influencer pushed his hair back to show the sparse new growth along his receding hairline.

“I just got in the shower and gently scrubbed it a bit,” he said in a video he uploaded to his Instagram Stories.

Byron Baes star Jade Kevin Foster, 30, (pictured) briefed his followers on Friday about the state of his recent hair transplant

Byron Baes star Jade Kevin Foster, 30, (pictured) briefed his followers on Friday about the state of his recent hair transplant

He continued: “Most of the scabs have come off and I can see tiny hairs coming through. They will molt, but it still looks great.’

Jade announced last week that he was working with Gro Clinics to address ‘one of my insecurities’, saying: ‘I’ve always had this receding hairline since I was a very little boy, and as I got older it got worse. .’

The self-proclaimed “biggest male influencer” in Australia has been criticized for the legitimacy of his 1.2 million strong social media following after Byron Baes aired on Netflix in March.

The 30-year-old reality TV influencer pushed his hair back to show the sparse new growth along his receding hairline

The 30-year-old reality TV influencer pushed his hair back to show the sparse new growth along his receding hairline

The 30-year-old reality TV influencer pushed his hair back to show the sparse new growth along his receding hairline

Jade announced last week that he was working with Gro Clinics to address 'one of my insecurities', saying: 'I've always had this receding hairline since I was a very little boy, and as I got older it got worse. '

Jade announced last week that he was working with Gro Clinics to address 'one of my insecurities', saying: 'I've always had this receding hairline since I was a very little boy, and as I got older it got worse. '

Jade announced last week that he was working with Gro Clinics to address ‘one of my insecurities’, saying: ‘I’ve always had this receding hairline since I was a very little boy, and as I got older it got worse. ‘

It was later revealed that most of Jade’s followers were from Turkey and India, leading to speculation that they were fake followers he bought to make himself famous.

According to a sizzling review by The Sydney Morning Herald, the reality show is “both terrible and captivating.”

“You can’t pull your eyeballs away, even if you feel them melt. It’s a glorious hate watch,” they continued.

The self-proclaimed 'biggest male influencer' in Australia has been criticized for the legitimacy of his 1.2 million strong social media followers after Byron Baes aired on Netflix in March

The self-proclaimed 'biggest male influencer' in Australia has been criticized for the legitimacy of his 1.2 million strong social media followers after Byron Baes aired on Netflix in March

The self-proclaimed ‘biggest male influencer’ in Australia has been criticized for the legitimacy of his 1.2 million strong social media followers after Byron Baes aired on Netflix in March

The review went on to describe the show as “evidence of the decline of Western civilization.”

“Look no further: the narcissism, the superficiality, the materialism disguised as spirituality that seems to define so much of our moment is on full display here,” they added.

In the meantime, TV tonight claimed on Wednesday that while “the background is indeed appealing,” they felt “quite cheated” by the series.

It was later revealed that most of Jade's followers were from Turkey and India, leading to speculation that they were fake followers he bought to make himself famous.

It was later revealed that most of Jade's followers were from Turkey and India, leading to speculation that they were fake followers he bought to make himself famous.

It was later revealed that most of Jade’s followers were from Turkey and India, leading to speculation that they were fake followers he bought to make himself famous.

“The show is on a fine line between serious namaste and w**ker skepticism… Until now I have to wonder what all the fuss was about?” they concluded.

Byron Baes follows a group of artists, influencers and entrepreneurs from Byron Bay as they navigate life in the trendy coastal town.

The series has already sparked controversy, with outraged locals protesting the show’s production last year and Netflix being forced to “hold crisis talks with stakeholders” amid growing backlash.

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Byron Baes has already caused a lot of controversy, with outraged locals protesting the show’s production last year and Netflix being forced to hold “crisis talks with stakeholders” amid growing backlash. (Pictured with two other cast members)

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