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That’s dedication

Some people are really good at couponing, while others may be really good at painting.

This woman just so happens to be really good at collecting her random shedding hairs and has done so for two years. Let's see her progress.

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Tiktoker @thehaircollectionqueen could donate all of the hair that she's collected after two years.

She could even put a few rows of extensions in her hair for a fuller look if she wanted.

In 730 days, she has managed to collect 18,000 strands of hair, which almost sounds alarming to think about how much hair she has lost.

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The thing about hair (especially when it's long) is that it's noticeable and liable to be everywhere. If you're doing your hair in the bathroom, you'll definitely find hair on your shirt, on the floor, stuck to your socks, and on the walls.

We wonder in what part of her house or which room she finds most of her stray hairs. Liv asked "so what's next?" in her video and we're not sure what else could be done, she already has enough hair to braid and style it.

Several commenters were happy to see her journey and commended her for staying the course.

"Do not stop until you have a full wig," one person said. Another person said, "The fact that it's all the same color over two years, is some serious self control I wish I had ????."

Other people shared the harsh realities of having shedding hair and what it means if Liv decides to stop collecting hair.

One person said, "I shed 18,000 hairs in 2 days," and another person said, "Is this the end?!?! I’ve been so committed to this!????."

Liv has taught us all something: we lose hair all the time, but we will definitely find it somewhere else in the house.

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