The lady who calls herself “Rapunzel” spends all her time taking care of her hair because she earns money from competitions where she displays her long locks.
Alia Nasyrova, 33, whose hair has grown to an astounding 90 inches, said it took her two decades to achieve a length comparable to that of her favourite fairy tale figure, Rapunzel.
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 lady claimed, “I was always drawn to long-haired fairy-tale heroines,” and that she herself is “a very long hair model and also a Queen of super long hair!”
As a professional model, Nasyrova makes her money by posting exclusive material to her website for a fee. On her site, she says, “I dream of travelling the world, looking for long-haired girls, telling about them, and showing this beauty, which I treat as an art.”
The long-haired beauty’s art is a high-maintenance masterpiece that requires an hour of washing and a day of air drying every day. Additionally, whenever she leaves the house, she must bring 22 pounds of liquids, including shampoo, conditioner, and other hair accessories, in its very own day bag.
She also uses the yoga mat to do hair workouts on her supple brown locks.
Ivan Balaban, Nasroya’s husband, has claimed that although he adores his wife’s beautiful dark hair, he tries his best to keep his hands out of it.
In a 2017 interview, he said, “I am always cuddling up the wall to give more space for hair, so there is no way I can accidentally damage it, mix them up, or harm it in any other way.”
I treat the braid with the utmost reverence at all times. Occasionally I’ll even give it a little nudge.
Hair that’s long enough to sweep the floor behind might be difficult to maintain.
Someone once stuck gum in Nasyrova’s hair when she was performing on stage as a youngster, and the experience was a tragedy for her. It was so challenging to remove this gum that I had to shave off a chunk of hair.
The Latvian woman’s hair is impressively long, but Nasyrova is not the world record holder.
According to the Guinness World Records (GWR), Xie Qiuping of China, who began her hair-growing journey in 1973 at the age of 13, achieved a record-breaking length of 18 feet, 5 inches.
According to GWR, her “hair is almost as long as an adult male giraffe is tall.”
We can all appreciate how difficult it is to maintain long hair, so props to Alia Nasyrova for sticking with it!
In your opinion, how do really long locks look? Is that a length you could maintain, or do you like to keep your hair shorter?