Victorian Rapunzel’s: The Sutherland Sisters & Their Hair Tonic

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The Sutherland Sisters and their father. (All photos: Pinterest)

A group of women hailed as ‘America’s first celebrity models’ tantalized audiences during the 19th century, not with provocative dance routines or barely-there outfits, but with their Rapunzel-like locks.

The Sutherland Sisters, consisting of Sarah, Victoria, Isabella, Grace, Naomi, Mary and Dora, each boasted ankle-skimming hair which apparently measured a collective 37 feet in length.

The siblings’ biographer, Brandon Stickney reveals how they became one of the ‘sexiest’ performing acts in the U.S. and their patented ‘miracle’ hair-growing tonic scored sales of over $3million.

Read more here…

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2416873/The-real-life-Rapunzels-How-seven-sisters-37-feet-hair-fame-fortune-19th-century.html

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