Brazil school collected tresses from those who passed their entrance exam and made them into gems.

The Marista's School Network in Brazil is turning locks of students' hair into a diamond. Getting a haircut after you are accepted into college is a tradition in the country, so they decided to capitalize on its symbolic nature to create something that represented success and achievement.

The educational institution collected hair from students who had passed their entrance exam in December. They were then invited to choose the citizen or institution who had contributed to the social transformation of the community throughout the year.

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