YOU might need to do a double-take when you see these photos of a mother and daughter duo who have impressively luscious locks.
Jordan Marie Horton, 25, and Autum-Lily, seven, have been called real-life Rapunzels as combined, their hair reaches a mindblowing 49 inches.
Autum-Lily's hair alone measures a whopping 26 inches, whereas mum's hair sits at a long 23 inches.
The pair, from Dudley, West Midlands, have to follow an extensive hair care routine to look after their hair, ensuring it is in good condition and doesn't break.
They use a variety of products and, because they have so much hair, it can take them up to two hours for them to wash and style it.
Mum Jordan, a full time mum, said: "She didn't have a lot of hair until she turned one and then we started to notice the little curls on her head.
"It started coming through really thick and long and we realised she had the exact same hair type as me.
"Her hair goes all the way down to her hips – she doesn't mind getting her hair cut but I want her to keep growing it because it's so beautiful."
The mother explained that they are regularly stopped by strangers when they walk down the street.
"We get stopped quite a lot and people always comment on her hair – they can't believe how curly and long it is," Jordan said.
"We use the My Little Coco shampoo and conditioner and the curly custard but it can take a while to wash because of how long it is – we both have the same hair care routine.
"We only ever comb it when it's wet otherwise it'll go frizzy and we have to let it air dry.
"Mine is halfway down my back and hers goes right down to her hips.
"A lot of children want to touch her hair – she's known as Autum with the crazy hair!"
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