Super-Hair Wars



Some people say Fox Business Network is moving ahead of CNBC in TV ratings. But if we put top hairstyles from the cable channels in the same Super-Hair ring for a tag-team match, it might be a coin flip. CNBC would bring some veterans with strong styles to the fight - including the natural and seemingly unconquerable curls of Julia Boorstin. Even with a straighter look, she's proving to be a tough competitor in Super-Hair Wars. And now she has a second Wars win!

Boorstin's beauty was tested again by Albany, Georgia City League champion Callie Walker. Boorstin slowly gained a lead in the second week, but Walker's long style battled to tie the match. We had to call a day of extra time, where Boorstin finally prevailed with 53 percent of the vote.

OUR NEXT CHALLENGER is a genealogist who's become a Top Ten Tresses member through her appearances on the TV series Genealogy Roadshow. If you've found better hair in any walk of life, we want to see it! Make a nomination for Super-Hair Wars by writing Super .

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

Voting filter is ON in Round 14.

ROUND 14 DEADLINE: Friday morning, 29 July (U.S. EDT).

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

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