They say a woman’s hair is her crowning glory. While most girls aspire to have long and flowing locks, however, some of them take their hair game too seriously. One of them is this Indian woman, whose extremely long hair has caught the attention of the internet.
Just to give you a clear picture of how long her hair is, just picture a six-foot tall man. The Indian woman’s hair is much longer than that, measuring at six and a half feet long! In the past, it was actually much longer, but the modern-day Rapunzel trimmed it when it caused problems in her daily routine.
Speaking in an interview, the Indian woman related how her long hair interferes with her chores:
“My hair is almost six and a half feet long. It grows longer than this but I have to trim it because it causes problems while walking and bathing. It causes problems in everything so I have to trim it.”
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Even the locals in her village are amazed at such unbelievable sight. Although they are used to it, they still can’t believe how the Indian woman managed to grow her hair so long! During the interview, she revealed how she first started growing her hair a decade ago:
“I used to keep my hair short. I started growing them ten years ago. I haven’t done anything special. My hair is naturally like this, I don’t even use special products to maintain it. I use any shampoo or oil I like.”
Although some people might find her case disturbing, the Indian woman’s mother actually supports her in her odd endeavor. They have patiently groomed her locks for years while expecting nothing but popularity as a payback:
“When she was a kid, I used to put mustard oil on her hair. She wanted to grow her hair long and I wanted the same for her. I wish she becomes famous for her hair. It will make us really happy and proud.”
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