After being forced by her school to dye her naturally brown hair, a Japanese high school student suffered from rashes and damaged hair.
She has recently received compensation after suing Osaka’s local government.
The 35-year-old model and dancer from Tokyo has not had a haircut for more than 15 years, according to Newsflare.
A 92-year-old man in the southern Mekong Delta region of Vietnam has grown his hair 5 meters (16 feet) over the past eight decades as part of his religious belief.
Nguyen Van Chien has never trimmed, combed or washed his hair for almost 80 years, according to Reuters.
Besides being Asia’s unofficial continental drink, milk tea has now inspired irresistible hair colors.
Salons in countries such as Japan and Singapore have supposedly begun offering hues like that of the beverage, with women sharing their new looks using the hashtag #milkteahair on Instagram.
A woman in China recently catapulted herself into instant social media stardom just by flaunting her incredibly long hair.
Qiao Jinzi, a 32-year-old woman from Shangqiu city, Henan province, gained fame on streaming service Kuaishou after revealing her hair that she hasn’t cut for 15 years.
In honor of the upcoming summit between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un taking place in Hanoi, Vietnam, a local barber shop is offering free hairdos in the likeliness of the two political leaders.
With the summit taking place on Feb. 27-28, Tuan Duong Beauty Academy is running their free promotion until Feb. 28.
A 13-year-old boy from Central India has been living with hypertrichosis, a rare condition that grows hair all over his body, including his face.
For this reason, Lalit Patidar earned the alias “Werewolf Boy” in his hometown in the state of Madhya Pradesh.
When someone goes into a salon to get their makeup, hair, eyelashes, or other services done, it’s only right they’re expecting to come out feeling pampered and glamorous. Unfortunately in a society where western beauty is idolized and considered the norm, Asian clients sometimes encounter stylists who aren’t as well-versed in our features, or even worse, are just downright ignorant.
Here are some cringe-worthy experiences:
A young boy in southwestern China has wowed thousands of clients and gained more than a million social media followers for his amazing hairdressing skills.
Jiang Hongqi, who recently turned 6, has been helping out at his parents’ salon in Suining, Sichuan province since he was 4, according to Sina News.
Baby Chanco was just four months old in May last year when she first captivated netizens worldwide with her gorgeous, flowing hair.
At the time, it was reported that Chanco was born with a full head of hair on Dec. 23, 2017. Now a year old, the Japanese baby girl is a shampoo model, recently becoming the face of a new Pantene ad campaign in Japan.
A man from China has gone viral on social media for having a play button shaved on his head in what appears to be a hairstyle request gone wrong.
The man, whose name was not revealed, reportedly went to a barbershop to get his hair done.
Some Chinese women are using a viral and simple DIY “hack” that replicates the effect of a $500-hairstyling tool with a regular hair dryer and a plastic bottle.
Don’t buy Dyson save money hairdryer hack pic.twitter.com/fIRvirPyi6