The woman calls herself a “real-life Rapunzel,” and she claims that maintaining her hair and earning money from it is her full-time job.
Alia Nasyrova, 33, is renowned for her hair, which can grow to an incredible 90 inches in length.
She claims she spent twenty years and a lot of effort growing it to Rapunzel length so she could feel like her favorite fairy tale figure.
Since I was a little girl, I’ve always admired women with long hair, so I made the decision to grow mine out. The Latvian woman, who calls herself “a very long hair model and also a Queen of super long hair!”, has remarked, “I was always attracted (to) long hair heroines from fairy tales.”
Nasyrova, a professional model, writes the following on her website, which is only accessible to her paying fans:
I want to see the world, meet beautiful long-haired girls, and write and perform songs about them.
The long-haired beauty’s creation requires a lot of upkeep: an hour of daily washing, a day of air drying, and a day bag full of 22 pounds of liquids, including shampoo, conditioner, and other hair accessories, whenever she leaves the house.
In addition, she does yoga mat exercises for her soft brown hair. Nasroya’s husband, Ivan Balaban, has remarked that despite his undying admiration for his wife’s stunning black hair, he makes a concerted effort to keep his hands off of it.
In a 2017 interview, he explained, “I am always cuddling up the wall to give more space for hair, so there is no way I can damage it accidentally, mix them up, or harm it in any other way.”
When I address the braid, it is always with politeness. When I need it to move, I’ll ask.
Having hair long enough to touch the floor behind you is a challenge.
“When I was a kid, someone accidentally stuck gum in my hair during a play,” Nasyrova recalled. It was so challenging to remove this gum that I had to snip off a chunk of hair.
Latvian woman Nasyrova has astonishingly long hair, however she is not the current record holder.
According to the Guinness World Records (GWR), Xie Qiuping of China, who began growing her hair when she was 13 years old in 1973, set a new record with a length of 18 feet, 5 inches.
As GWR puts it, her “hair is almost as long as an adult male giraffe is tall.”
Since most people may agree that hair maintenance is difficult enough, we salute Alia Nasyrova for her perseverance and commitment in cultivating her gorgeous long locks! What do you think of hair that is extremely long?
Do you think you could handle it or do you want your hair to be shorter and easier to manage?