Hair That's Hot!!!!


This section examines the best celebrity styles Hair Fans have seen lately - posted here even before they hit the Top Ten or enter a Super-Hair War. We update our Hot List often, as new styles and women come our way!

NAME: Rebecca Churan

WHO IS SHE: Self-described “house flipper” and day care owner in Sudbury, Ontario

HER STYLE: Long sidepart, currently blonde (she's had other colors; we think that's her best)

WHY WE LIKE IT: It's thick, which means for us it's good. And while she may not do it often, our photo with her hair thrown behind an ear (from when she made international news doing a good deed for a 92-year-old man) tells us she cares about control. She's also used bangs and shoulders to keep things in line.

SUPER-HAIR? It pains us to say.... almost. Deep in her Instagram account, there's a video where she goes a little wild and a strip of bangs flip into her left eye for a moment. But only one slip in hundreds of pictures is a very impressive score for us. She admits letting children in her day care play with her hair on snowy days – and some six-year-olds are living better than they probably realize. (Posted 5/27/16)

NAME: Yanet Garcia

WHO IS SHE:Mexican Weather Girl,” according to her Twitter account – based at Gente Regia in Monterrey

HER STYLE: Long sidepart, probably with added waves

WHY WE LIKE IT: She's getting worldwide attention for her.... uhhh.... well, we're impressed by the body of her hair. She wears it dangerously close to her left eye, yet critical flips show no sign of weakening on the set.

SUPER-HAIR? The trouble comes when she goes away from the set. Her hair tends to be straighter and weaker. That Twitter account shows several cases where strands have fallen into her eyes, either in the gym or from wind. But for a generation seeking a Hispanic weather successor to Jackie Guerrido, she's a good choice – and we somehow have a feeling she won't be hiding in Monterrey for long. [Posted 5/13/16]

NAME: Mireille Enos

WHO IS SHE: Actress currently starring in the TV drama The Catch

HER STYLE: Medium-long sidepart; probably naturally straight, but we consider best when waves are added

WHY WE LIKE IT: She often wears it loose, and that means the styles are high-risk. But she's had these styles for years, so she's a skilled veteran at keeping it away from her eyes – whether through the shoulders, ears (not that often), or sweeping head moves.

SUPER-HAIR? We found no pictures to prove the hair had dropped. But we admittedly haven't been watching her current series, which contains some steamy love and fighting scenes. We lean toward thinking her styles have dropped at some point. But If you've become caught up in her hair, we don't blame you at all – and we'd like your opinion about it.[Posted 4/28/16]

NAME: Sue-Lynn Ansari

WHO IS SHE: Actress seen mostly in small roles in movies such as Jurassic World and Misconduct; also billing herself as a “singer-songwriter” and “stuntwoman”

HER STYLE: Long loose sidepart

WHY WE LIKE IT:Silky-looking hair with great body,” a Hair Fan wrote. While she braids or pins the hair at times, her best looks let it flow and flex.

SUPER-HAIR? The answer for us came from some of the songs she sings online. One homemade video seems to show the long hair dropping in her left eye a couple of times (although bright light behind her makes it hard to tell). So we lean toward saying no – but her dramatic hair leans would keep us watching for a long time. [Posted 4/14/16]

NAME: Diane Gilman

WHO IS SHE: Fashion designer seen often on cable shopping channel HSN as the “Jean Queen”

HER STYLE: The Hair Fan who suggested her recommended a look posted by Glamour magazinea medium-long sidepart with seemingly natural wave and plenty of teasing

WHY WE LIKE IT: The Hair Fan told us she “has big hair and it totally works for her.” The teasing keeps the forehead clear and makes it very hard for the long hair to move toward her eyes. If it does, we suspect a little head-flip is enough to put things back in order.

SUPER-HAIR? We found one photo on her Facebook account where her hair has a dramatic big flip just below her right eye – but the hair stayed out, probably due to spray (perhaps rare for her). But that was the closest call, so we'll give her a narrow yes. And here's the amazing thing – she's around age 70 as we post this. Truly great hair doesn't have to have an age limit. [Posted 4/1/16]

NAME: Stephanie Rawlings-Blake

WHO IS SHE: Mayor of Baltimore

HER STYLE: Short, tight sidepart, seldom extending below her cheekbone

WHY WE LIKE IT: Her hair is all about the angles – and she's turned that angle approaching her eye (recently switched from left to right) into a surprising variety of looks. It can be trimmed into bangs which stop fractions from her eye, flipped and sprayed to stay in place, or secured into an immovable mass between her eye and ear with.... well, how does she do that?

SUPER-HAIR? We found a couple of photos where a strip of bangs came down across the bridge of her nose. That's provocative, but we can't prove they're defeats into her eye. If her critics have pictures of a complete collapse, we'll consider them – but for now, she gets a narrow vote of support from us. While she's had longer and softer styles, her current look strikes us as tough and almost “I-dare-you” defiant. Perhaps that's fitting for the city she leads. [Posted 3/18/16]

NAME: Kristen Aldridge

WHO IS SHE: Entertainment/social media reporter for a TV station in Los Angeles; formerly seen on programs such as The Daily Buzz

HER STYLE: Medium-long sidepart; we think it's naturally straight with added waves

WHY WE LIKE IT: After seeing her cover the Oscars in an On the Red Carpet special, we say she can add as many waves as she likes. They make her naturally thick hair bouncier and stronger. And after hours of coverage, the critical left side of her style stayed impressively in place. If she hadn't pinned the hair in back (at least we think she did), she might have made our ballot for the top look of Oscar night.

SUPER-HAIR? She has a media track record going back years – and from what we've found, it's a great one. We haven't discovered any moments where her hair has dropped to defeat. So for now, our answer is an enthusiastic yes. This is a combination we love to see – hair that's beautiful above all, but firm and tough when it has to be. [Posted 3/4/16]


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