This 43-Year-Old Woman Has Never Cut Her Hair, This Is the Result

Hairstylists claim getting your hair trimmed every six weeks is essential for healthy locks, but not everyone abides by this rule. And when you go too long, you start to go a bit crazy at the site of split ends and the added time it takes to get through all the knots as you brush. But this doesn't seem to be a concern for one woman. This family has never cut their hair. Tere Lynn Svetlecich Russell is a 43-year-old Illinois mother of five who's NEVER had a haircut. Her hair is 74 inches long and reaches down past her shins, almost hitting her ankles. Her daughters have never cut their hair either. Callan, 11 years old, has hair that reaches 37 inches long, Cendalyn, 9 years old, has hair that reaches 36 inches and 6-year-old Chesney's is 27 inches.
This family has never cut their hair.
Tere Lynn said it's pricey to maintain all of the hair. The girls apparently use a quarter of a bottle  of conditioner each time they wash their hair. As for washing it, they do so in the shower, and then Tere Lynn uses a hand-held sprayer to help get the shampoo out. She can't shampoo her own hair, however. “I tried that once, several years ago, and my hair got so heavy with all of the water that I landed on the shower floor,” she explains. Tere Lynn’s husband admits that it was her long hair that drew him to her when they met as teenagers. [bctt tweet="This 43-Year-Old Woman Has Never Cut Her Hair, This Is the Result"] And while one would assume this family has a ton of split ends, Bancroft TV took them to a salon, where they were informed their hair was extremely healthy. Chesney would like to cut off 10 inches, but is too afraid to go through with it. Tere Lynn claims she's cool with it, but says, “I want them to be mature enough to make that decision for themselves." The family wins blue ribbons each year at the state fair for hair-growing contests. Do you know any adults who have never cut their hair before? Source: Women's Health

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