Rashmi Rekha Das

As we all know, a woman’s hair is the first most noticeable part of her beauty. It enhances a girl's personality and adds zing to a her overall look. And, when it comes to world records in hairstyle, it definitely leaves people in awe.

Guinness World Records, which features people who have record-breaking attributes, whether that’s down to their height, age or hair, on Thursday shared a video on Instagram featuring well-known hairstylist Dani Hiswani who made world record by styling a woman’s hair in the shape of a Christmas tree at an astonishing 2.90 metres.

Along with the video, the caption reads, "Highest hairstyle 2.90 meters (9 ft 6.5 in) by Dani Hiswani.”

In the video, a woman can be wearing a helmet that had three little poles standing upright. In order to give it look of Christmas tree, Mr Hiswani used wigs and hair extensions to create the coiffure and added Christmas decorations such as balls.

Although Hiswani made the hairstyle on September 16, Guinness World Records shared the video on Instagram on Thursday. Here goes the video:

Going by a release issues by Guinness World Records, Hiswani got inclined towards fashion seven years ago and it was then he started showcasing his talent with hair. He believes that hairstyling is more than just a service, it’s an art form.

“Dani had previously created a small Christmas tree on a woman, and he wanted to challenge himself by creating the highest hairstyle in the shape of a Christmas tree and break a Guinness World Records Title,” the release read.

So far, the viral video has accumulated more than 3 lakh views on Instagram. However, the internet is not really happy with the feat.
While one user said, “Okay she doesnt need to buy any Christmas Tree anymore,” another commented saying, “The amount of ‘hair’ in this just feels like it's not something that should be considered the record, the record should be with all real hair and not propped up by a hat.”

A third user wrote: “Guinness Record is now a joke, tf how is this considered as a record?” “Idiocy is catching up at an unprecedented pace,”said a social media user. “Most stupidly hairstyle,” yet another Instagram user said.