Virginian woman sets Guinness World Record by donating her 6 feet long hair to charity
Zahab Kamal Khan, a 3-year-old Virginian woman, has made it to the Guinness Book of World Records, by donating her 6 feet, 3 inches long hair to charity.
The woman got her first haircut at the age 13 and set a Guinness World Record by donating 6 feet long hair. She had also played professional squash in her native Pakistan.
In her statement after the remarkable recognition, Zahab Kamal Khan said her father suggested when she was 13 years old that she should stop cutting her hair and attempt to set a world record.
The athlete earned the record Thursday when her first haircut in 17 years resulted in 6 feet, 3 inches of hair donated to a charity that creates wigs for children with hair loss.
“I’m kind of nervous and excited to see my short hair, but I’m going to miss my hair,” Khan told before the haircut.
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Earlier, a Chinese woman, You Jianxia had set the Guinness World Record with her 8-inch long eyelashes.You Jianxia, who originally set the Guinness World Record in June 2016, when her longest lash was 4.88 inches long, said doctors are unsure of why her eyelashes grow to be so long.
“I first realized that my eyelashes were growing in 2015. They continue to grow slowly, becoming longer and longer,” Jianxia told.
“I did visit medical professionals to find out why my eyelashes are longer than others people’s eyelashes. The doctor couldn’t explain this, and he felt it was really amazing,” she added.
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