Super-Hair Wars



A Grand Hotel can be a big place - so big that you might need the front desk to help you find someone. That's turned out to be the case with actress Sabrina Texidor. It turns out she wasn't in the pilot episode at all, and her role as Marisa in the second week was so small that we didn't notice her. But Hair Fans may be enjoying the search. They certainly enjoy Texidor's long hair - which now is a two-time Super-Hair Wars winner!

Texidor shut down the website momentum of Green Bay's Oda Bekkestad Karlsen. The City League-BMOC double winner fell to an 83-percent avalanche. No one left a comment about either contestant - which may be just as well, since Texidor isn't commenting much on social media about her TV series.

OUR NEXT CHALLENGER is a veteran TV business reporter, and one of the newest members of our Top Ten Tresses list. Julia Chatterley was suggested for our site by a Hair Fan like you. We're always after new great styles. So as first responders might say: if you see something, say something. The best route is 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 13.

ROUND 13 DEADLINE: Friday evening, 19 July (U.S. CDT).

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

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