A young, stunning woman who has not cut her hair in as many as 14 whole years, has shown off how long it looks right now. Daria Gubanova is a stunning woman who stopped cutting her hair for a bet has turned into a real-life Rapunzel after growing it out for a staggering 14 years.
According to The Sun UK, the Russian beauty's amazing head of thick hair now comes down almost to her ankle - similar to the fictional character.
The 27-year-old, who lives in the city of Barnaul in south-central Russia's Altai Krai region, says she will not trim her impressive mane until it reaches her toes.
Daria began growing her hair 14 years ago when a friend bet her that she could not grow her hair long enough to braid it.
Determined to achieve the challenge, she stopped visiting her hairdresser and began letting her hair go free.
Now, she is hailed as a modern day Rapunzel thanks to her incredible look which resembles that of the character in the Brothers Grimm fairy tale, who is confined to a tower but lets down her long golden hair so a prince can climb up to her.
Daria, who has more than 218k followers on social media, estimated that her hair is almost six feet long.
And she has gained herself an army of admirers who wish to follow in her footsteps.
One user said: "I admire the length of your hair. I am trying to grow mine, but at least another five years to go."
And one added: "Like a goddess…"
One woman wrote: "You remind me of a Barbie doll. I love everything about you. Keep it up."
Another added: "My friend showed me your videos on Facebook and I just wanted to tell you I am fascinated by your hair. It's so beautiful."
The long-haired beauty isn't the only person to be inspired by the Disney character.
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