Super-Hair Wars



The timing is uncanny. As we mark 20 years online, the author of a novel named In Twenty Years is making an impact on our website. But Allison Winn Scotch isn't the first published author to do that here. Lauren Hillenbrand won the first round of the Super-Hair Wars season in 2011. Yelena Akhtiorskaya was an undefeated champion in 2014. Now Winn Scotch makes our list, as a 2019 Super-Hair Wars winner!

Winn Scotch downed Dutch soccer defender Danielle van de Donk, cruising to an easy 83-percent win. One voter correctedly predicted, "Scotch will break the tape to win!" (Have you ever tried to break real "Scotch tape"? That's not easy.) Another left us wondering if they thought it was a preview of EuroCup 2020, by writing, "Scotch over Dutch."

OUR NEXT CHALLENGER is a different Danielle. She's been an actress and TV host. But Danielle Fishel (Karp) currently is big here for entering the Hair Fans' Hall of Fame with 93 percent of the vote. Who else should face a vote in Super-Hair Wars? Let us know with an email to SuperHair @

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

Voting filter is ON in Round 16.

ROUND 16 DEADLINE: Friday morning, 30 August (U.S. EDT). The winner fights on against a new challenger!

Debate and discuss your choices on our message board, Let Your Hair Down.

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