Super-Hair Wars



For years, Brazilian Super-Hair really meant only one person: Gisele Bundchen. The South American country went into a hairstyle decline here in recent years - third in its group in the 2011 Cup of the Americas, then not appearing at all in 2015. But 2018 is much different. Three different Brazilians won Crown Awards earlier this year. And now, Pam Azeredo is in the running for a Crown - because she's a Super-Hair Wars undefeated champion!

Azeredo secured a spot in our Duels of December (with the champion receiving a Crown) by taming Tawny Newsome. The hair model defeated the comic and podcast host with 75 percent of the votes. "Not even close! Pam's hair is gorgeous," wrote one voter. But from the other side: "Tawny's curls are amazing!" And for the commenter who suggested Azaredo "should be at the top of your top 10 list" - sorry. That YouTube video where she shares hair secrets also has moments when the hair drops in her eye.

OUR NEXT MATCHUP brings together two women who were added recently to our Hot List. On the left: a TV reporter in Houston. On the right: a model born in Russia, now based in Miami. Who else should be in our Wars? It's up to you, if you send us candidates. Do that with an email to SuperHair @

Sofia Ojeda v. Inga Volkosh

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

Voting filter is OFF in Round 11.

ROUND 11 DEADLINE: Friday afternoon, 22 June (U.S. CDT). 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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