This year, a young girl from Gujarat won the Guinness Book of World Records for having the longest hair. Nilanshi’s hair measured 1.7 metres when she was just 16 years old. By the time she turned eighteen, it was 200 cm long. In a video that was shared on her website, Nilanshi reveals how she grew her hair so long.
When Xie Qiuping graduated from a local department store, the director was surprised by her long, black hair. After seeing the long tresses, he asked her to help him sell shampoo. Chinese people are superstitious, and they believe that long Hair is a good sign. She agreed and was soon earning money and gaining a certain reputation in Shenzhen.
According to Guinness World Records, Xie Qiuping has longest hair in the world. It is 5.6 meters long and she hasn’t cut it since 1973. However, if Xie Qiuping’s hair was longer today, she would have been crowned the world’s longest Hair-wearer in 2004.
Xie has been growing her hair since she was thirteen years old. It takes her up to an hour to wash her Hair. It is said that Xie uses a bottle of shampoo and conditioner for the entire process. The average person only uses shampoo for twenty or thirty minutes, but Xie spends hours washing her hair and using conditioner to maintain the length of her hair.
She has been growing her hair since 1973, when she was 13 years old. Xie Qiuping’s Hair length is almost as long as the adult giraffe’s. Her hair is not short, but it does require a lot of time and effort, which explains why she has the world’s longest hair.
Xie Qiuping has been growing her hair since she was 13. When measured, her hair grew to 5.627 metres (18 feet 5.54 inches), which is equivalent to giraffe’s height. It takes a long time to grow hair, but this Chinese woman is a living testament to the patience required to grow long hair.
At age six, Nilanshi Patel decided to stop cutting her hair. She had three options: she could donate it to a charity, donate it to a museum, or auction it. She decided to donate it to a museum. The hair will then be displayed in the Guinness World Records museum in Hollywood.
Nilanshi has the longest hair of any teenager! Her hair was so long that when she was 16 she measured it at 170.5 centimetres (five feet 7 inches). Then, in July 2018, she was measured again, and her hair had reached a record-breaking 200 centimetres (6 feet 7 inches). She will grow it until she is 18, when she will become eligible to win a prize.
Nilanshi’s hair was already long enough to reach the ground, but it reached its peak when she was wet. Her hair is so long that it naturally straightens out. The length of Nilanshi’s hair is amazing! It is almost 190 centimeters, and it was growing for twelve years! When the time came, she was too old to continue breaking the record, but she decided to donate it to the Ripley’s Believe It or Not! store and Guinness World Records. She also thought about auctioning it off.
Nilanshi Patel’s hair has a long history of breaking records. At age six, she stopped having her hair cut. By age 16, she had a record of five feet and seven inches. She smashed her own record three times. This achievement is rare for a teenager.
Ram Singh Chauhan
Ram Singh Chauhan is a resident of Jaipur, India. He has the world’s longest moustache. It measures more than four feet long. He has not cut his moustache in 37 years. He was first measured in Italy on a television show. He claims that he is a “real-life mutant.” He is also known for being able to balance 10 cans on his head for five seconds.
Ram Singh Chauhan, a 58-year-old from Jaipur in the Indian state of Rajasthan, has a 14-foot-long moustache. He grew his tash over the course of 32 years, spending two hours a day grooming it. He has no intention of cutting it any time soon.
Ram Singh Chauhan was recently interviewed for a BBC programme, Outlook. He is the second man to hold the world record for the longest hair and moustache. According to the BBC, he grew his hair to cover his ears and nose. The BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.
While Asha Chauhan used to fight over Chauhan’s long moustache, she now appreciates it and respects his commitment to it. She even shares her husband’s passion for his moustache. It has earned him respect from his college colleagues. The Chauhan moustache has become his trademark. But it is not the only thing Chauhan is proud of. He is also famous for his “Movember” moustache.
Tran Van Hay
The Vietnamese herbalist Tran Van Hay has the world’s longest hair. He hasn’t cut it in more than 31 years. It’s currently 6.2 metres long. It has grown about 1.2 metres over the past seven years. Hay hasn’t washed it since he was 25 years old, and he’s never been officially measured for his record. His hair is so long that it resembles the body of a huge furry boa constrictor.
The man has a thriving business collecting herbs to make traditional medicines. He also doesn’t have to charge patients for his services. However, his hair prevents him from working manual labor. In addition, most men’s hair is too short for them to be able to perform manual labor.
Tran Van Hay’s hair is over 6 meters long and 10.5 kilograms. He wore it as a headdress and never wore a motorcycle helmet. He devoted his life to helping people and healing them for free. His work was inspired by local Buddhist monks, who encouraged him to help the local people. Despite the difficulty of his work, he led a simple life of happiness as a herbalist.
Hay grew his hair for over 50 years. He never cut it and rarely washed it. As a result, his hair grew into boa constrictor-like clumps on his head. The hair was so long that he could not fit his helmet over it. During the day, Hay wore a scarf over his head.