US Woman Sets New World Record: Longest Mullet Ever
A woman from Tennessee has set a new world record for having the longest mullet ever. Tami Manis, 49, has grown her hair to an astonishing length of 7 feet and 2 inches, which is longer than her own height of 5 feet and 6 inches.
Manis said that she started growing her hair when she was 19 years old and never cut it since then. She said that she loves her hair and considers it as a part of her personality. She said that she styles her hair in a mullet, which is a hairstyle that is short on the top and sides and long at the back, because it makes her feel comfortable and confident.
“I like to be myself and not follow the trends. I think my hair reflects that. I also like the convenience of the mullet. I can tie it up, braid it, or let it loose. It doesn’t bother me at all,” Manis said.
Manis said that she washes her hair once a week with natural shampoo and conditioner and uses coconut oil to keep it moisturized. She said that she spends about two hours to comb and dry her hair every day. She said that she does not use any heat or chemicals on her hair and avoids cutting or trimming it.
Manis said that she decided to apply for the Guinness World Records after her husband and friends encouraged her to do so. She said that she contacted the organization and submitted her measurements and photos. She said that she was ecstatic when she received the confirmation that she had broken the previous record of 6 feet and 8 inches, which was held by a woman from Florida.
“I was overjoyed when I got the certificate from Guinness World Records. It was a dream come true for me. I always wanted to be in the book of records since I was a kid. I feel proud and honored to have achieved this feat,” Manis said.
Manis said that she plans to keep growing her hair and hopes to inspire other people to embrace their natural beauty and uniqueness. She said that she receives a lot of compliments and attention for her hair and enjoys sharing her story with others.
“I love my hair and I don’t care what anyone else thinks. It’s my choice and my expression. I hope that my hair can inspire other people to be themselves and follow their dreams. You only live once, so why not make it memorable?” Manis said.