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: Sarah Pisciuneri

WHO IS SHE: News anchor at a TV station in Beckley, WV

HER STYLE: Mid-length parted slightly off-center, with apparently natural light wave; curls occasionally added

WHY WE LIKE IT: She's gained Internet fame as the "straight lady" for a co-anchor who sometimes goes crazy at the desk. So she doesn't dance around much, and her hair stays as solid as her demeanor. It stays in line, and dares someone to take it on. (Look carefully on one of the web clips, and you'll actually see touching up her hair to the beat.)

SUPER-HAIR? The disappointing answer is no. For some reason, she posted a "demo" resume on YouTube which included a windblown report - and the wind blew long hair into her face, even though she threw it back out in a hurry. But that's the only fault we've found. So how about it, co-anchor? Maybe you should take that hair on someday. [Posted 11/15/14]

NAME: Lori Greiner

WHO IS SHE: Inventor, QVC Salesperson, panelist on ABC's Shark Tank

HER STYLE: Armpit-length sidepart, with varying wave

WHY WE LIKE IT: "She's not a weak one," a Hair Fan assured us while also praising her brains and beauty. The ABC series has made her more famous - and while she pins down sideswept styles a lot, she shows good hair control when it's loose. She sometimes teases viewers into wondering whether or not she really has protective bangs.

SUPER-HAIR? She has a track record here, as she won a Super-Hair Wars round in 2009. And from what we can tell, her hair has never fallen on-camera. So we'll give this "shark" a friendly wave-through. Her hair may look weak at times, but maybe she's outsmarting us. [Posted 10/31/14]

NAME: Olivia Sterns

WHO IS SHE: Reporter for Bloomberg Television, specializing in health care

HER STYLE: Medium-long sidepart, with some layering close to the face

WHY WE LIKE IT: "Olivia changes it up all the time," a supporter told us; "sometimes subtle, sometimes straight or wavy." The vidcaps we've seen indicate she also isn't afraid to be daringly loose with her styles, with the vulnerable right side barely combed back and sprayed down at times. We chose one of her stronger looks, with the right side almost looking folded into place.

SUPER-HAIR? We don't know her that well, but an image search found nothing disastrous. So she gets a "yes" for now - but a couple of the photos clearly showed a breeze can push her hair around. We think she'd have a hard time outlasting Bloomberg's best, such as Carol Massar - but we thank this Hair Fan for adding another good woman to the discussion. [Posted 10/18/14]

NAME: Jourdan Dunn

WHO IS SHE: British fashion model, online cooking show host

HER STYLE: Currently displaying a chin-length bob which she can adjust into different looks; came to fame with long straight cuts

WHY WE LIKE IT: The picture we've posted from her Twitter feed shows a tremendous style - as close to the left eye as you can get without it dropping, yet round-brushed back and likely sprayed into perfect position. We'd expect to see a lot of bounce, and perhaps some twitching of the head to keep this look in place - but she kept long hair looking great for years, so we think that perfection is possible with her.

SUPER-HAIR? She seems to take good care with it, so we were rooting hard for her. But ohhhh - why did someone put a picture on Pinterest with long hair across her right eye? That sadly does her in, under our definition. But we can understand why some are comparing her to Beyonce, when it comes to hair -- and perhaps even the "Ultimate" British supermodel, Naomi Campbell. [Posted 10/3/14]

NAME: Karen Gillan

WHO IS SHE: Actress starring in the new ABC comedy Selfie

HER STYLE: Long with a mix of waves; bangs seem to come out of hiding from time to time

WHY WE LIKE IT: Previews for this series show her with variations on the above look - and they all look great. Quick turns don't seem to muss her styles at all. Not even a moment in a rainstorm seemed to make it collapse in her eyes, thanks to those bangs.

SUPER-HAIR? Sadly, we must say no. Her celebrity appearances from a prior role on Britain's Doctor Who show a few red-carpet events where she let her red hair drop in an eye. But if you'll willing to conveniently "forget" those moments and watch to see if it drops in this format, we think she has the star style among new fall TV shows. She's trending in web searches for a reason, and we think her great hair is a big part of it. [Posted 9/21/14]

NAME: Gemma Godfrey

WHO IS SHE: Head of Investment Strategy with the London firm Brooks MacDonald and a self-proclaimed "quantum physicist"; perhaps best-known for occasional appearances on CNBC

HER STYLE: The Hair Fan who suggested her put it this way: "tight curls in a short bob that frames her face...."

WHY WE LIKE IT: That same Hair Fan said it "accentuates her features perfectly." And it's clear to us that hair perfection matters with her. She makes sure her forehead is as open and clear as possible. She accomplishes that with serious teasing at the crown, and a good deal of added moisture. While stylists recommend moisture to keep curls at their best, she turns it into a holding mechanism to keep hair under control.

SUPER-HAIR? Our photo comes from an August YouTube video where she talked outside with a modest breeze blowing. Right-side hair dramatically pushed to the brink of her eye, yet refused to fall. That's the closest call we've seen for her, so our answer is yes. If she has the scientific mind of a physicist, she'll have the know-how to prevent a full collapse. And considering she has two different Twitter feeds dedicated to her hair, many obviously appreciate what she's doing. [Posted 9/5/14]

NAME: Faran Fronczak

WHO IS SHE: TV reporter in South Bend-Elkhart, IN

HER STYLE: "Long and straight," the Hair Fan who nominated her wrote to us. Well, not always straight; we were sent a vid-cap with a good bit of waviness from the chin down.

WHY WE LIKE IT: The nominator called her hair simply "fantastic." She certainly knows how to put softness in her styles, thanks to natural thickness and occasional added wave - and a little teasing and tucking at times keeps the forehead clear for hold.

SUPER-HAIR? A quick online image search showed nothing unruly and messy, so we'll give her a qualified yes. But we have to wonder about two items on her resume - years with the Purdue University and Chicago Bulls dance teams. If her hair held through on-court routines, she absolutely would be Faran-tastic. [Posted 8/22/14]


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