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World’s Longest Dreadlocks Reach 110 FEET | HOOKED ON THE LOOK | Barcroft TV

World’s Longest Dreadlocks Reach 110 FEET | HOOKED ON THE LOOK | Barcroft TV

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SUBSCRIBE to Barcroft TV: IT’S BEEN 10 years since Asha Mandela claimed the Guinness World Record for the longest dreads in the world - but how long are her locks now? Asha’s two longest dreads, which she affectionately refers to as her ‘antennae’, measure an incredible 110ft – more than the length of three double decker buses. Asha, who was recently on a trip to the UK, visited the Quattro Lounge in Wellingborough for a day of pampering suburban style. And staff at the beauty salon, which is located within a leisure centre, took full advantage of the nearby squash courts to measure Asha’s dreads. Video Credits: Videographer / director: Marcus Cooper Producer: Nathalie Bonney, James Thorne Editor: Marcus Cooper Barcroft TV: Barcroft Animals: Barcroft Cars: For more of the amazin
The Goth Who Lives With A Lolita Doll | HOOKED ON THE LOOK | Barcroft TV

The Goth Who Lives With A Lolita Doll | HOOKED ON THE LOOK | Barcroft TV

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SUBSCRIBE to Barcroft TV: TWO BRITISH girls are the most unlikely best friends as one is a goth, and the other a pastel lolita. Rosie Hinton, 21, is a pastel-coloured ’80’s space baby’ living in London with her best friend, and goth, Jude. Not only do the pair dress in massively contrasting styles, they have even themed their bedrooms around their unique looks. Rosie’s bedroom is jam-packed with pink toys, happy clowns, and colorful stuffed animals, while Jude has taken the more minimal approach, choosing only black and white decor. And they even share a dressing room which is split entirely down the middle, divided by a sofa which is half pastel pink and half gothic black. Video Credits: Videographer / director: Marcus Hessenberg Producer: Shannon Lane, Ruby Coote Editor: Beth Angus B
Model With Down Syndrome Launches Fashion Line | BORN DIFFERENT | Barcroft TV

Model With Down Syndrome Launches Fashion Line | BORN DIFFERENT | Barcroft TV

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SUBSCRIBE to Barcroft TV: A WOMAN with Down syndrome has used her flair for writing and drawing to launch her own clothing line. Grace Key may have been born with Down’s syndrome, but she was also born with creativity and sass that has enabled her to launch a cute clothing line and a modelling career. The 20-year-old from Calhoun, Georgia, is spreading positive messages through her brightly coloured t-shirts, which state phrases like ‘Be The Light.’ Video Credits: Videographer / director: JP Steele Producer: Hannah Stevens, Ruby Coote Editor: Thom Johnson Barcroft TV: Barcroft Animals: Barcroft Cars: For more of the amazing side of life: For the full story, visit BARCROFT.TV: Like @BarcroftTV on Facebook: Follow @Barcroft_TV on Twitter: Check out more videos: Download Barc
Real-Life Rapunzel And Her Six-Foot Hair | SHARE THE HAIR | Barcroft TV

Real-Life Rapunzel And Her Six-Foot Hair | SHARE THE HAIR | Barcroft TV

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A REAL-LIFE Rapunzel with six-foot long hair uses her long locks as ’something to wear’ when posing naked as a life drawing model .Frankie Cluney from Brighton, England has been growing her hair since she was six years old, after falling in love with mythical women in fairytale books that had long, flowing hair.Now the 32-year-old artist has cascading locks that that any princess would be jealous of. SUBSCRIBE to Barcroft TV: Video Credits: Videographer / director: Tom Kelly Producer: Shannon Lane Editor: James Thorne Photograph by Oliver Goodrich Barcroft TV: Barcroft Animals: Barcroft Cars: For more of the amazing side of life: For the full story, visit BARCROFT.TV: Like @BarcroftTV on Facebook: Follow @Barcroft_TV on Twitter: Check out more videos: Download Barcroft TV
I’m Finally Ready To Show The World My Tumours | BORN DIFFERENT | Barcroft TV

I’m Finally Ready To Show The World My Tumours | BORN DIFFERENT | Barcroft TV

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SUBSCRIBE to Barcroft TV: INSPIRED by her son, a woman with three serious medical conditions has shared her incredible her story of overcoming depression and accepting her physical appearance. Vanessa Cornelio, 25, was born with Neurofibromatosis (NF), a genetic condition which causes tumours to grow on her nervous system, as well as Scoliosis and Kyphosis which cause sideways and outward curvature of her spine. Her son, Daniel Jr., was also born with NF and Vanessa says she has finally decided to speak out in the hope it will one day inspire him. Vanessa, of Glendale, Arizona, told Barcroft Media: “It’s hard to have what I have on my body and be okay because women around the world work out, they have perfect bodies, they have everything. Video Credits: Videographer / director: Susan Ta
Most Incredible Homes – Trailer | Barcroft TV

Most Incredible Homes – Trailer | Barcroft TV

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Follow Most Incredible Homes and use the built- in poll to vote for your favorite! Premiering Saturday, November 3rd at 9a PT/12p ET/5p GMT only on Facebook Watch. SUBSCRIBE to Barcroft TV: Barcroft TV: Barcroft Animals: Barcroft Cars: For more of the amazing side of life: For the full story, visit BARCROFT.TV: Like @BarcroftTV on Facebook: Follow @Barcroft_TV on Twitter: Check out more videos: Download Barcroft TV on iOS: Download Barcroft TV on Android:
Model’s Natural Afro Hair Gets An Epic Restyle | SHARE THE HAIR | Barcroft TV

Model’s Natural Afro Hair Gets An Epic Restyle | SHARE THE HAIR | Barcroft TV

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SUBSCRIBE to Barcroft TV: A SIX-YEAR-OLD boy is making waves in the modelling industry, all due to his giant curly Afro hair. Farouk James Miller from Fulham, London, has a head of hair which has sparked a successful modelling career. His two-foot high, afro curls have caught the eyes of clothes brands and even get him paid Instagram advertisement jobs. But what will his epic new style look like? Video Credits: Videographer / director: Marcus Hessenberg Producer: Danny Baggott, Shannon Lane Editor: Thom Johnson Barcroft TV: Barcroft Animals: Barcroft Cars: For more of the amazing side of life: For the full story, visit BARCROFT.TV: Like @BarcroftTV on Facebook: Follow @Barcroft_TV on Twitter: Check out more videos: Download Barcroft TV on iOS: Download Barcroft TV on Andro...
Hotel India – Ep.2 | TRULY | Barcroft TV

Hotel India – Ep.2 | TRULY | Barcroft TV

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SUBSCRIBE to Barcroft TV: When it opened in 1903, the Taj Mahal Palace was the first hotel in India and the first to have air conditioning, electricity and a licensed bar. This obsession with the new continues with the hotel’s deputy General Manager Parveen hosting Christie’s first ever auction of Indian art in India – and the hope is that Mumbai’s super-rich will break a world sales record. We’re with concierge Satish – the man who can get you anything – as he plays Man Friday to regular guests Peter and Suzie Noble who have shipped their vintage car from Essex to tour around the Indian subcontinent. And Anoushka Shankar – sitar player and daughter of Ravi Shankar - returns to the hotel where her father first taught George Harrison to play. CREDIT: ITV Global Please note this content
The Champion Horse Rider With Dwarfism | BORN DIFFERENT | Barcroft TV

The Champion Horse Rider With Dwarfism | BORN DIFFERENT | Barcroft TV

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SUBSCRIBE to Barcroft TV: A TEENAGER who was born with dwarfism is fulfilling her dream of becoming a professional horse rider and says it has helped her accept her disability. Megan Gregory, from Croydon, was born with Achondroplasia – a type of dwarfism that affects the growth of arms and other long bones. In addition to this, Megan has a frontal bossing on the top of her head and ‘tripod’ fingers, meaning they all measure to the same size.The 19-year-old spent her school years being bullied but after taking up horse riding and started to compete two years ago, she has new-found confidence. Megan lives a normal life despite her disability, admitting she has “always liked a challenge”. Video Credits: Videographer / director: Marcus Hessenberg Producer: Hannah Stevens, Ruby Coote Edit
I Shot Myself In The Head – And Survived | TRULY | Barcroft TV

I Shot Myself In The Head – And Survived | TRULY | Barcroft TV

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SUBSCRIBE to Barcroft TV: A MAN who shot himself in the face astonishingly survived with barely a scar on his face. Every year on 2 September, Kevin Amundson holds a party; there’s food, drink, laughter and music; family and friends bring presents but it’s not a birthday celebration, it’s Kevin’s ‘miracle day’ party. Four years ago Kevin tried to kill himself by shooting himself in the head. Doctors gave Kevin a 50% chance of survival. Even when they knew he wouldn’t die they still predicted Kevin would have mobility and speech problems the rest of his life; but again Kevin surprised everyone by learning to walk and talk again. Apart from a scar running through his hairline, to look at Kevin, now 24, it would be hard to believe just four years ago he had blasted a bullet through his face