Super-Hair Wars



If you follow U.S. politics at all, you know President Trump does not think very highly of CNN. In fact, some say he tries to avoid that network's reporters - considering that channel the home of "fake news." But CNN has displayed really good heads of hair over the years. One relative newcomer to that list is anchor Ana Cabrera, who now is a Super-Hair winner!

Cabrera ended a six-match winning run by pageant winners, going back to the 2017 playoffs. She defeated Miss America 2018 Cara Mund with 65 percent of the votes. "Ana's hair always looks so soft, silky and shiny!" proclaimed one supporter. Mund impressed us enough to make #1 in Top Ten Tresses, but a drop shortly before this round began may have hurt her.

OUR NEXT CHALLENGER comes (we think) from Europe. Sarah Maria Mohn keeps her Instagram account private, so we don't know much about her. But she appears here for the first time because a Hair Fan like you nominated her - even offering us nearly a dozen photos. Whether you have impressive pictures or simply a name, offer your candidates for the Wars by emailing SuperHair @

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

Voting filter is ON in Round 5.

ROUND 5 DEADLINE: Friday afternoon, 30 March (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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