Over the past five years, Pakistan has supported more than 100,000 kilograms of hair to China.

 Over the past five years, Pakistan has supported more than 100,000 kilograms of hair to China.

Recently, I have been working hard and my hair is less than before.

Xiao Bian picks up a hair that falls on the keyboard, and at the same time... Discovered such a news:

According to Dawn local time on January 19, Pakistans Ministry of Commerce and Ministry of Textiles told the National Assembly in a written reply on January 18 that in the past five years, 105,461 kilograms of hair from Pakistan had been exported to China, valued at $132,000.

More than 100,000 kilograms of hair! Want...

Statistics show that Pakistan exported 83901 kg of hair to China in 2013-14, 13150 kg in 2014-15, 1410 kg in 2015-16 and 7000 kg in 2017-18.

? Is this the Baltic Rail to save our hairline?

Dawn newspaper quoted famous beautician A.M. Chauhan as saying that the main reason was the growth of Chinas cosmetics industry and the increased demand for hair.

Look at these TV dramas, the demand is really not small:

Another reason for the increase in hair exports, he said, is that wigs are hardly popular nowadays. All you want is real hair!

Another reason is that the local hair market in Pakistan has shrunk in recent years.

Of course, the export destination is not only China, but also Pakistans hair to the United States and Japan, because their entertainment industry also has a high demand for hair.

Xiao Han added that exporters would put garbage cans in hair salons and buy hair at an average price of 5,000 to 6,000 rupees (300 to 360 yuan) per kilogram.

Xiaobian is going to spend 600 yuan to make himself an invincible hairdresser! uuuuuuuuuuu

But sometimes, dont worry too much about hair loss. After all, the God of man cant hide from the razor of years...

On January 19, Wu Yanzu posted pictures of his reunion with family and friends on Weibo.


Comment on the following: Men will bald ah?

So hair, dont be too demanding, its important to have it!

Source: Responsible Editor of Observer Network: Qian Mingxiao_NBJ10675