Super-Hair Wars '21

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The 2021 Super-Hair Wars season has seen several firsts. It was Round 9 before we had a repeat winner. And never has a season lasted more than half the year without someone becoming a three-match undefeated champion. But Fernanda Hernandez may be fitting for a moment like this: a Mexican immigrant and English literature major who's turned into a morning TV newscaster. The mold-buster from Shreveport finally did it - as Hernandez becomes the first undefeated champion of Wars '21!

Hernandez faced her toughest test in AAA Cup runner-up "LaLisa" (Manoban) of the K-pop group Blackpink. A two-week hair-wrestle ended with a 67-percent win - and, curiously, not a lot of total votes. "Fer" was fixed in our December playoffs, win or lose. But could it be that Hair Fans are looking for someone better?

OUR NEXT MATCHUP is something we haven't done in years, and have promoted in our newsletter "The Herald" for months - a same name game! (Oops, they have one different letter.) On the left: the Indiana State Department of Health's Chief Medical Officer, who was listed on our Hot List awhile back. On the right: a pro golfer who finished in the top 10 at two LPGA tournaments in 2020. We want to see great hair, whatever the name. So please send Super-Hair candidates to SuperHair @ - or write @SuperHairNet on Twitter.

Lindsay Weaver v. Lindsey Weaver

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

ROUND 14 DEADLINE: Friday evening, 30 July (U.S. EDT). The winner fights on against a new challenger!

Voting filter is OFF in Round 14.

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