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: Kira Kazantsev

WHO IS SHE: Miss America 2015, from New York

HER STYLE: Medium-long sidepart; we say it's better wavy/curled than straight

WHY WE LIKE IT: The duties of her crown require her to face all kinds of situations, from outdoor events to hot indoor television lights. Her styles seem to stay strong through all of them. The waves may weaken, but they're lasting long enough to make it through events without dropping completely.

SUPER-HAIR? We admittedly watched and waited several months to pass judgment on this woman, in part because some Miss Americas have burned us by wearing extensions. We don't think she's wearing them – and she's passing test after test in public. So we'll say yes for now. But we suspect one of her “straight-hair” days could do her in. [Posted 1/25/15]

NAME: Nikki Rouleau

WHO IS SHE: Host on Jewelry Television

HER STYLE: Medium-long sidepart with cheekbone-long “bangs” on either side

WHY WE LIKE IT: Based on the pictures we've seen, she likes her hair precise. Our photo from her Facebook page actually shows a daring look for her, as the grown-out bangs around her right eye look like they could fall at any moment. There must be some kind of mousse used to prevent that.

SUPER-HAIR? We admittedly don't shop for jewelry much, so we haven't seen her in action often on TV. The photo evidence indicates she has it (and we personally think her curled styles are better), so we'll give her an answer of yes. But for someone who supposedly has been a shopping host for years, we're surprised there's not much of an online track record in terms of pictures or videos. Are the diamonds on her channel that distracting? [Posted 1/10/15]

NAME: Ariane Aramburo

WHO IS SHE: TV news anchor in Anchorage, AK

HER STYLE: Medium-long sidepart with plenty of WAVY-ness (as in the Norfolk, VA station where she used to work)

WHY WE LIKE IT: Well-prepared waves clearly are a key to her success. She makes them look soft and natural, but note the teasing on top in our photo for a sign she's done something extra. That extra usually works for her; the curl might weaken during a long morning under TV lights, but it never seems to fail.

SUPER-HAIR? The answer is on her Facebook page – and we're disappointed to say it's no. A photo from Virginia in May 2012 shows a strip of hair blown across her eyes. But you have to do some digging to find that answer, and we enjoyed doing it to admire this otherwise-marvelous head of hair. She's proof when it comes to good styling, Alaska has more than Sarah Palin. [Posted 12/27/14]

NAME: Lily Kiletto

WHO IS SHE: Professional poker player based in Florida, with two final tables in major tournaments during 2014; also calls herself on Instagram a “fashion designer”

HER STYLE: Long luxury with a sidepart

WHY WE LIKE IT: She lets this hair flow at the table, probably distracting a weak player or two in the process. When we saw her on a Heartland Poker Tour telecast, she knew how to make the head and shoulder adjustments long hair requires to stay in line. That meant some flexing and movement, but nothing disastrous.

SUPER-HAIR? Her unusual resume includes swimsuit modeling, and the photos clearly show her hair has been blown around on beaches. It's weakened and come close to dropping a couple of times – but we haven't found a picture where the hair landed in her eye. So we'll give her a qualified “yes,” and hope she's not bluffing us. [Posted 12/11/14]

NAME: Kaci Hickox

WHO IS SHE: Nurse in Maine, who gained fame for resisting a mandatory quarantine after treating Ebola virus patients in Africa

HER STYLE: Shoulder-length curls, teased on top to keep the face clear

WHY WE LIKE IT: They may not be perfect rings, but she places these curls carefully to stay in place. A bit of moisture (recommended for curly looks) adds weight to keep the control – and perhaps she twists a few strips just enough to keep wind from blowing them around.

SUPER-HAIR? A photo search found one very close call on her left side, but nothing where the hair collapsed into her eyes. She may not have the “style points” of our website's curl champions -- but firm hold is a top priority with us, and she seems to have it. She may fade from the headlines, but she'll do so with hair as unscathed as her medical record. [Posted 11/29/14]

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]


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