Would you like to have really long hair? Surely almost every second girl dreams of a really luxurious head of hair. What a sin to confess: even some guys would not refuse long hair. But Alyona Kravchenko, a 33-year-old woman from Ukraine, went as far as possible in her dreams and grew her hair by as much as 2 meters!
Alyona last sheared when she was 5 years old - 28 years ago. Today, Kravchenko's hair reaches 2 meters in length, and it is called the “Ukrainian Rapunzel”. True, in real life Alena is not at all a fantastic character. She is a successful and accomplished woman who is engaged in business and is also the mother of two twin sisters: Lera and Miroslava. Live "Rapunzel" in Odessa. A woman washes her hair - suddenly! - Once every few weeks. This is the secret of their length and beauty, Alena is sure.
The woman is confident that naturalness helps to maintain the volume, brilliance and natural health of the hair. Hairstyle makes Kravchenko unique, she believes. By the way, her business - the organization of children's holidays - echoes her so-called "nickname", because children, seeing her hair loose, immediately compare a woman to the notorious Rapunzel from a famous fairy tale.
Alena's mother always told the girl that the real woman must have perfect and long hair. Say, it is in them, darling, and is the female power and beauty. And my mother was right, sure Alena. True, there are also disadvantages: it is elementary to wear such hair, because they weigh a lot.
This is especially felt when a woman braids them into special "scones" braids. But with loose life, life becomes much more inconsequential, but there is a problem here too: you don’t look like a two-meter “train”, because your hair will drag along the ground.
Alena spouse name is Alexander. She met him 11 years ago in her native Odessa. And 10 years ago, lovers played a wedding. Children Kravchenko love to play with my mother's hair. And the “Rapunzel” itself is sure that it is the hairstyle that makes her a truly special and unique person.
She is proud of her hair and believes that in the future her daughters will be able to repeat the “feat” of a long-haired mother and also grow super-long braids.
Source | Woman