Super-Hair Wars



If you think you have to be a TV star or other celebrity to have great hair, think again. We've been impressed over the years by relative unknowns whose styles can impress. The latest example is a college student in New Mexico (no, not a student-athlete) named Savannah Haggerty. We found it about her online, entered her in the El Paso, Texas City League contest - and now she's history in the making. Haggerty adds to her City League title by becoming a Super-Hair Wars winner!

Haggerty not only surprised actress Mikaela Hoover, but blew her out. The Army wife dominated from start to finish, piling up 92 percent of your votes. For at least one voter, the difference between Hoover's Hot List photo and her current look was compelling. "If Hoover hadn't chopped her hair, she'd of gotten my vote," the commenter wrote.

OUR NEXT CHALLENGER is the latest entry from WeatherNation. This meteorologist was recommended by someone on our Twitter feed. You can nominate people for our Wars that way, or do the old reliable email method: Super Hair @

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

Voting filter is ON in Round 8.

ROUND 8 DEADLINE: Friday evening, 5 May (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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