The woman refers to herself as a “real-life Rapunzel,” and she claims that her profession consists of nothing more than taking care of her hair and making money off of it.
Alia Nasyrova, who is 33 years old, is famous for her hair, which has the potential to grow to an astonishing length of 90 inches. She states that she spent twenty years and a lot of effort growing her hair to the length of Rapunzel’s so that she could feel like her favorite fairy tale character.
“Ever 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 said, “I was always attracted (to) long hair heroines from fairy tales.” The Latvian woman called herself “a very long hair model and also a Queen of super long hair!”
The following is something that Nasyrova, a professional model, has written on her website, which is only accessible to those who have paid for her services:
“I want to see the world, meet beautiful long-haired girls, and write and perform songs about them.”
The construction of the long-haired beauty demands a lot of maintenance: an hour of washing it every day, a day of letting it air dry, and a day bag full of 22 pounds of liquids, including shampoo, conditioner, and other hair accessories, anytime she leaves the house. In addition to that, she exercises on her yoga mat to maintain her silky brown hair. Ivan Balaban, Nasroya’s husband, has mentioned that despite his unending appreciation for his wife’s magnificent black hair, he takes a conscious effort not to touch it. This is something that he does in order to preserve their marriage.
During an interview in 2017, he provided the following explanation: “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 speak to the braid, I do so in a respectful manner at all times. When I have a need for it to move, I will make the request.”
It’s not easy to grow your hair out to the point where it can touch the ground behind you.
“When I was a kid, someone accidentally stuck gum in my hair during a play,” Nasyrova recounted. “It was a very embarrassing moment for me.” “It was so challenging to remove this gum that I had to snip off a chunk of hair.”
Although the Latvian woman Nasyrova has hair that is extremely long, she does not hold the record for the longest hair.
Xie Qiuping of China, who began growing her hair when she was 13 years old in 1973, broke a new record with a length of 18 feet, 5 inches, according to the Guinness World Records (GWR). Xie Qiuping’s hair reached a total length of 18 feet, 5 inches. According to GWR, her “hair is almost as long as an adult male giraffe is tall.” This is a direct quote from the publication.
We applaud Alia Nasyrova for her tenacity and dedication in nurturing her magnificent long locks despite the fact that most people would probably agree that maintaining hair is already a challenge in and of itself. What are your thoughts on people who have exceptionally long hair?
Do you believe you would be able to handle it, or would you rather have shorter hair that is simpler to manage?