Super-Hair Wars



Some Hair Fans admire Julia Boorstin for her curls - because her hair is naturally curly, so any way she shapes them is bound to hold firmly. Others go for Boorstin when she blows out the hair, for a straighter or wavy look. That's no doubt riskier for her, but she's shown she can handle that kind of challenge. Now nearly a decade after she first appeared on our Hot List, Boorstin has a new impact - as a Super-Hair Wars winner!

The CNBC reporter fought off New York meteorologist Audrey Puente, in as tight a contest as you'll ever see here. The two were tied for more than a week, their impressive styles refusing to budge. But Boorstin scored the breakthrough in the final day of the round, for a 60-percent majority. One voter praised CNBC for a "triple play of great hair," combining Boorstin with Sara Eisen and Amanda Drury. But we have to admit we're befuddled by the low vote count for either woman. Are we wrong about these styles - or did that many Hair Fans go on summer vacation?

OUR NEXT CHALLENGER is in the business world like Boorstin, but in a different way. She's a realtor in Albany, Georgia, and recently became City League champion there. Have you seen better styles, in any walk of life? If you have, offer them for upcoming Wars at 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 13.

ROUND 13 DEADLINE: Friday afternoon, 15 July (U.S. EDT). The winner fights on againat a new challenger!

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

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