Despite her husband’s repeated requests, she hasn’t had a haircut in 25 years.

Rosa Ramirez, a woman from the United States, had long hair that was well-recognized for catching people’s attention wherever she went.

Despite her husband’s requests, the woman refused to cut her hair for 25 years. As a result, her ankle-length hair was nearly 1.5 meters long.

Rosa finally gave in and said she needed to change how she looked.

She consented to had her hair cut in exchange for a donation to a group that makes wigs for children with cancer.

It’s fantastic to see her before and after. But her hairstyle is what really made my heart smile. Instead of tossing it, she sent it to Locks of Love, a company that creates real hair wigs for children with cancer.

How much hair was left on Rosa’s head after her haircut? 4 feet! You can learn more about Rosa’s admirable initiative in the video below, and you can witness Rosa’s remarkable transformation at around the 57-second mark.

Hair removal can become more problematic, as eliminating facial hair can be extremely unpleasant. Wax can cause skin irritation and burns, so rather of harming your face, try one of the recipes below.

They are entirely painless and safe; just remember to apply them in the direction of hair growth.

1. Baking soda and coffee

This mixture exfoliates the skin, making it smoother and healthier, as well as removing hair from the roots.


Combine 3 tablespoons of water, 2 teaspoons of instant ground coffee, and 1 tablespoon baking soda in a mixing bowl.

Apply the paste to your face and leave it on for no more than 5 minutes. Furthermore, this mask dries quickly. Rub it in and cleanse your face once it’s dry. To minimize facial hair development, repeat this technique on a regular basis.

2. Lentils with potatoes

In India, this is a common treatment. To make a paste, soak the lentils overnight and blend in the morning. Then squeeze the juice from three peeled and grated potatoes, as well as 1 spoonful of honey and 4 tablespoons of lemon juice, into the mixture.

Apply the paste to your face after stirring until it is smooth. Allow it to dry for about 20 minutes before rubbing it off and washing your face.

3. Rose water and mung bean flour

You can cleanse sensitive and acne-prone skin and eliminate facial hair by mixing mung bean flour with rose water.

Combine 1 tablespoon freshly squeezed lemon juice, 1 teaspoon rose water, and 2 tablespoons mung bean flour in a mixing bowl. Apply the mixture to hair-bearing regions and leave it to work for 20 minutes.

Remove it from your face and wash it with water. Repeat 3-4 times each week for optimal results.