This Adorable Baby & Her Insane Head of Hair Are Serious #Goals

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Although some babies are born with a head of hair, most will come out looking like your balding great uncle. Those that are lucky enough to be born with some locks usually lose them within the first few weeks. However, one little lady is making waves over her gorgeous mane—and she’s just 7 months old! If you haven’t already spotted Baby Chanco on Instagram, you’ll want to look her up ASAP for an awesome dose of cuteness.

Baby Chanco was born in Japan in December 2017. Since thenm her mom has been keeping track of her epic hair with an Instagram hair diary.

“When she was born she came out with a LOT of hair,” Chanco’s mother, Mami, told HuffPost. “We wanted to document it since we thought it will be fun.”

Her posts have since gone viral with the beautiful pictures of Chanco’s wild locks winning over fans worldwide.

Chanco’s hair has grown so long that at just seven months she’s already and her first hair cut and somehow she stayed smiling and happy through the entire process.

Her mom and family are surprised by the overwhelming response to their daughter’s adorable hair. “We hope people can enjoy seeing both her and her hair grow,” her mom said.

—Shahrzad Warkentin

Featured photo: Baby Chanco via Instagram


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