The woman, who calls herself a “real-life Rapunzel,” claims that caring for her hair is her full-time job and that she earns money by growing and flaunting her hair.
Alia Nasyrova, 33, has hair that reaches an amazing 90 inches in length.
of her favorite fairy tale characters, and that she spent a lot of time on it.
“I started to grow my hair because since childhood I liked long hair very much. And I was always attracted (to) long hair heroines from fairy tales,” said the Latvian-born woman, who adds that she’s “a very long hair model, and also a Queen of super long hair!”
On her website, which gives paying admirers access to exclusive content, Nasyrova, a model who makes her living, writes:
“I dream of traveling 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, requiring an hour of daily washing, a day of air drying, and when she leaves her home, her hair needs its own day bag, packed with 22 pounds of liquids that include shampoo, conditioner and other hair accessories.
Additionally, she uses a yoga mat to perform hair exercises on her supple brown locks. Ivan Balaban, Nasroya’s husband, said he adores her beautiful dark hair but makes a real effort to keep his hands out of it.
“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 any other way,” he shared in a 2017 interview.
“I always talk to the braid respectfully. Sometimes I ask it to move a bit.”
It can be challenging to have hair that is long enough to sweep the ground behind you.
“Once in my childhood when I was in theatre someone left gum in my hair, it was a tragedy,” Nasyrova said. “I had to cut out a clump of hair to get rid of this gum, because it was very difficult.”
Nasyrova, a Latvian woman with startlingly long hair, does not currently hold the title for the longest hair.
China’s Xie Qiuping, who began growing her hair when she was 13 years old in 1973, broke records with her hair rising length of 18 ft 5 in, according to the Guinness World Records (GWR).
GWR reports that 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?