A Nigerian lady Helen Williams, hailing from Lagos, has secured her place in the prestigious Guinness World Records for creating the world’s longest handmade wig.

The announcement was made through a tweet by the Guinness World Records on Tuesday, November 14.

According to the official statement from the Guinness World Records, Helen’s extraordinary creation spans an impressive 351.28 meters (1,152 ft 5 in), earning her the coveted title.

According GWR report, Helen dedicated an astounding 11 days and invested over two million naira (£2,031; $2,493) in bringing her vision to life.

The meticulous process involved constructing the wig’s foundation with wig-cap netting and black fabric, cleverly attached to a bicycle helmet.

Subsequently, Helen completed the hairpiece using 1,000 bundles of hair, 12 cans of hair spray, 35 tubes of hair glue, and an impressive 6,250 hair clips.

The post reads;

Helen Williams from Lagos, Nigeria has achieved a new record for the longest handmade wig which stretches an incredible 351.28 metres (1,152 ft 5 in) 👏

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