Youngest Girl With The Longest Natural Hair From Indian
By Uniquechi | self meida writer
Published 8 months ago - 0 views
The youngest girl with the longest hair is called Nilanshi but popularly called Real-Life Rapunzel. She was given the name by her friends. Nilanshi has a good hair texture and she has been growing her hair since she was 6, years old.
Nilanshi, who earned the nick name of real-life Rapunzel from her friends started growing her hair since she was 6 years and since then, she made a decision not to cut her hair after she got her hair cut by a bad experience hairdresser.
She has a cute long hair which requires lots of efforts and maintanace. Nilanshi's mother helps her in washing her hair which she does once in a week. After that, it takes half an hour to dry and one hour to comb.
Nilanshi's mother has always supported her decision to grow her hair and has no plan in cutting it soon. She appeared on a new TV series of record breaking.
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