Super-Hair Wars 2020



Great heads of hair sometimes can produce moments of drama. Our Hair Pressure section is proof of that. But Brazilian model Pamella Azeredo doesn't need our help. As one voter commented in our most recent round of Super-Hair Wars: "Pam has a very short video on her Instagram, pretending to cut her hair!" Several, actually. She plays with her audience like the Biblical Samson. But she still hasn't cut her ultra-long locks - and that may be why she's now a Wars undefeated champion!

Azeredo clinched a playoff spot for the second time in three times (our mistake, as we mentioned before) by outbattling White House Press Secretary Kaleigh McEnany. A late comeback attempt fell short, with Azeredo winning by a 59-percent margin. One voter indicated McEnany isn't always spectacular on TV: "She needs to hire the Fox hair people."

OUR NEXT MATCHUP is historic. Well, the woman on the left is a historian and author from England. She faces a traffic reporter who has just left San Antonio television for a new life in Japan. Who else should be in our Wars? Please let us know; email SuperHair @

Suzannah Lipscomb v. Niku Kazori

Based on our Super-Hair definition, if these women met in a showdown, which style would win?

Voting filter is OFF in Round 10.

ROUND 10 DEADLINE: Friday morning, 5 June (U.S. EDT). The winner fights on against a new challenger!

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