Ayanna Williams is an American woman from the Houston, Texas and holds the world record for the longest fingernails ever reached on a single hand for a woman, with a combined length of 576.4 centimeters.
A Houston woman with nails over 20 feet long no longer cherished it. She has trimmed them and has broken her own Guinness World Record. Ayanna Williams cut off her nails after growing them 28 years and reaching a length of 24 feet 0.7 inches, according to Guinness. It's really surprising how she could grow her nails that long for 28 good years. How did she do it? Could she even go about her daily activities with ease? Did her family take it lightly? She must be tired and fed up with the length of her nails, it might be the reason why she trimmed it. She really tried keeping them for so many years, come to think of the stress and everything that comes with it.
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