Super-Hair Wars



This one may be for all the critics who think our Hair Fans put love of country before quality of hairstyles. While we welcome visitors from around the world, we know the vast majority of our guests are U.S. residents. So would a flag-waving, patriotic U.S. political commentator have an automatic advantage - especially against a woman from the other side of the world? The answer here was no. Indian native Tina Desai prevailed again, to become a Super-Hair Wars undefeated champion!

To be fair, the Bollywood star had a tougher fight against Ann Coulter than with other opponents. But after a close start, Desai broke away and wound up with 75-percent support. We'll let the analysts decide whether that margin qualifies for what voter calls "a landslide of thick, silky hair". Another declared, "Only way Coulter wins is a vast right-wing conspiracy." Maybe if we had sent a news release to Rush Limbaugh...

OUR NEXT MATCHUP follows Desai's example, and brings together two women on this year's Hot List. On the left: a soccer player from Japan and the Seattle Reign of the WPSL. On the right: an actress who can make people freeze in TV commercials. If yo've found someone better who could be a Wars champion, e-mail her name to Super .

Nahomi Kawasumi v. Alexis Krause

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 14 deadline: Friday afternoon, 31 July (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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