22 July 2009

New Brighton’s Miss England 2009 finalist attempts to break world record with velcro rollers

A Miss England 2009 finalist is attempting to break a world record using Velcro rollers.

Nadia Musa, from New Brighton, spent four hours on Friday night putting rollers in the hair of 200 women in order to get her name in the Guinness Book of Records.

The 22-year-old and her friend, Carly Eaton, worked from 6pm to 10pm at the New Brighton hair salon, Pure, as volunteers, friends and customers waited to have their hair done. The girls will find out if they have set a new record later this month.

Nadia said: “The idea behind this challenge was to raise lots of money for charity.

“We charged each of the woman £3 to get their hair done and all that money will now go to the National Autistic Society, the Variety Club, the children's charity and the eating disorder charity, B-eat.”

Source: wirralnews.co.uk