Super-Hair Wars 2020



It appeared Niku Kazori had dropped off the map completely, after leaving early-morning TV in San Antonio. She's moving to Japan for romance, after all. But then, Kazori posted on social media about how 2020 is going for her - including one "action" vid-cap of her fighting a Roadrunner mascot! She's proven her long hair can outfight the best we can find - and that makes Kazori our latest Super-Hair Wars undefeated champion!

She didn't earn her second shutout in a row, but Kazori had little trouble disposing of Nebraska Congressional candidate Kara Eastman. "Nick Nick" had a proverbial picnic, gaining 90 percent of Hair Fans' votes. One voter called it "only fair if she replaces Kara" in our Top Ten Tresses list. At least Kazori is posting new material - which is more than some current members can say.

OUR NEXT MATCHUP brings on another TV traffic reporter, this time from Denver. She must face a Russian model and tough-luck group runner-up in our EuroCup 2020 - and this produces a clash of 2019 Crown Award winners! If you've found someone better for our Wars, please let us know. The email address for suggestions of any sort is SuperHair @

Sam Boik v. Dashik Gubanova

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

Voting filter is OFF in Round 13.

ROUND 13 DEADLINE: Friday afternoon, 17 July (U.S. EDT). The winner fights on against a new challenger!

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