Rin said that she often has to put her hair up in a high bun or tie it back to prevent it from hitting the floor when cleaning or doing daily tasks. “If I let my hair down, I would have problems with everything I do. I can’t even go to the bathroom let alone change my clothes or eat watery foods like noodles,” she said.
Japanese women usually take more than an hour to wash their hair and need about 2 hours to dry their hair. Although the bun only took about 10 minutes, Rin could not apply this method forever because it made her feel heavy and uncomfortable.
“I wash my hair twice a week and take steps to take care of my hair. It takes me an hour to wash, clean and massage. Two hours to dry and brush. I always try to keep my hair healthy. no damage. It took a total of three hours for the steps. My head doesn’t hurt but sometimes my hairline and scalp feel heavy,” Rin said. Although taking care of her hair takes time and sometimes long hair also causes many disadvantages, Rin never intended to cut her hair.
In the early 2000s, when Rin was a dancer, she used to have a short bob. She decided to grow her hair long because she wanted to create a distinctive and distinctive look for herself. Besides, long flowing hair is also a symbol of Japanese princesses in the Heian period. “I’ve had short hair since I was a kid, but after becoming a dancer and envisioning myself dancing with long hair, I don’t think about cutting my hair anymore,” Rin said.
Duk Sun (According to Mirror )