"The Makeover Guy" Does Miracles With The Longest Hair He Has Ever Cut
Super long hair cut to the shoulders lifted the spirit and focus of this fantastic makeover by the team of The Makeover Guy® Salon Spa in Minneapolis, Minnesota. An accomplished singer and celebrated author, Christopher Hopkins is most widely recognized as The Makeover Guy. ® In 1990 Mr. Hopkins opened the Christopher Hopkins Salon at the KSTP television studios in St. Paul where he appeared regularly on Good Company, a popular regional talk show. In 1994 he opened Christopher Hopkins Image Center in Downtown Minneapolis and appeared as a repeat guest expert on the Oprah Winfrey Show.
Xie Qiuping from China has been growing her hair since 1973 from the age of thirteen years. She now holds the record for the longest female hair with a length of 5.627 meters (18 feet 5.54 inches) when last measured on 8 May 2004. That's nearly equal to the height of a giraffe. So, a long hair has more pros than short hair. Only difficulty with long hair is unless you become this, If you are half bald but growing your hair. Anyways, so as you could see a long hair or medium hair is much better than small hair. Having smaller hair means less heat styling, which cuts down on hair damage. Short hair is very wash-and-wear and dries much quicker that longer hair, which could save you valuable styling minutes in the morning. Short hair is healthier than long hair. The shorter your hair, the healthier it is.
The long hair has symbolic meaning tying them to mother earth whose hair is long grasses. Many Native Americans have faith in their hair is a physical manifestation of the growth of the spirit, and some say it allows for extrasensory insight, and linking to all things. Short Hair: anything from a buzz cut to a chin-length bob. Medium Hair starts from chin to some inches past the shoulders and Long Hairs anything from your armpits; however extended you can grow it. There's no absolute standard, obviously, but these are pretty good general guidelines.
The hair below the armpits safeguards the very sensitive part where the parasympathetic and sympathetic nervous systems gather together; this affects the brain and the level of energy. If it were only for warmth, the hair on the body would be long too. We only have extended hair right over the brain. Growing and wearing long hair was common among women in the Western world until WW1. Long female hair never ceased in western culture, though it was rare during the 1920s and 1930s. In most present cultures, it is extra typical for women to wear long hair than for men to do so.