Real-life Rapunzel It’s been almost 30 years since chopped her 65-inch hair, and she’s still not done it.
Allow yourself to be a little more Rapunzel-like, please.
For the past eighteen years, an unnamed Ukrainian woman, now 38, has refused to cut her 65-inch long hair.
The brunette hair on hair model Alla Perkova falls to her ankles. She told Caters that she hasn’t cut her hair in nearly 30 years.
Perkova claims to be able to twist, tug, and shape her long hair into “many variants of braids, tails, and bundles” in roughly 50 different hairstyles.
She also claims that her long hair is the consequence of good genetics passed down from her mother, Maria Perkova, and not from using special styling products on it.
“My mother is a role model for strength and grace in a woman’s life. Even at the age of 79, she still has long, thick hair. Because to my superb health and outstanding genes, I have beautiful, healthy hair. “I’m grateful to her for teaching me how to take proper care of myself,” the model said.
“I don’t have a special hair-growth diet that I adhere to. I make an effort to remain composed. I don’t use any kind of hair colour or other specialized products or methods on my hair. Perkova uses a gentle, leisurely comb to remove the hairs.
She said she washes and dries her hair every two days for a total of 10 minutes. Perkova does not use any hair treatments or balms and only uses standard shampoo.
“My hair length has remained the same for the last five years, only the quality of the ends have improved,” said the hair queen.
She also said that in the summer, her light brown hair becomes blonde from being out in the sun for long periods of time.
“When people see my hair, they’re constantly taken aback. There are no other women like me in the world, they claim,” Perkova laughed.
In the beginning of their relationship, Eduard Usatiuk did not pay attention to her long curls because she had a haircut with curls up to her shoulders. However, now that they are married, Eduard helps her brush and comb her hair every day.
“And it was only after our third encounter that he inquired about the length of my hair. Eduard, on the other hand, had no idea that my hair had grown to its current length. Her husband takes great pride in my hair, and he’ll even help me comb it.”