Super-Hair Wars



Before rumors start, let's explain that picture above. Kylene Cochrane is not going to receive a special Crown Award in mid-March. We're not even going to jump the gun and declare her the 2015 Champion Hairstyle of the Year. Cochrane put on that “princess” crown after being named an outstanding track star at West Morris Central High School in New Jersey. And this first-year college student certainly is in the running for a Crown Award now, as the first woman to qualify for the 2015 Playoffs. Cochrane defeated another tough opponent, to become a Super-Hair Wars undefeated champion!

Not even the newly-crowned Miss Universe could outfight Cochrane's curls. The Penn freshman conquered Colombian business student Paulina Vega with 73 percent of the vote. “Kylene should be doing shampoo commercials!” one voter declared. “Get her an agent!” Be careful, now – that could put Cocharne's status as an amateur athlete in danger.

OUR NEXT MATCHUP gets into high fashion. On the left: a Jewelry TV host who recently was added to our Hot List. On the right: the editor-in-chief of Vogue magazine, offered to us by a Hair Fan. If you have a good candidate for upcoming Wars, we're always interested; name her by e-mailing

Nikki Rouleau v. Anna Wintour

Based on our definition of Super-Hair, if these women came head-to-head in a showdown, which style would win?

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Round 4 deadline: Friday afternoon, 13 March (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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