Super-Hair Wars



She knows the ins and outs of Washington politics, after spending several years of CNN. And we think Brianna Keilar knows the in and outs of keeping hair strong and good-looking. She's posted a couple of online photos with styles at the absolute edge of falling in her eyes, yet not dropping. Now Keilar has shown she'll be hard to drop in other ways - as she knocked off a two-time Super-Hair Wars winner, to become our new champion!

Keilar left British actress Tamsin Egerton in tatters, by gaining a huge 92-percent majority of your votes. One voter called it a "tougher choice this time around," compared with recent matches. But we must admit this choice was a big mistake. Only as we prepared for this current round were we reminded Keilar was entered in Super-Hair Wars last year. It's been our policy not to repeat candidates, so Keilar (a 2013 loser in Round 22) gets a rare break. Can she seize on it?

OUR NEXT CHALLENGER is a former Top Ten Tresses member, who plays pro basketball for the WNBA Tulsa Shock. She was recommended by a Hair Fan recently on our message board (linked below). If you have a suggestion of great hair for our Wars, send us an e-mail directly by writing SuperHair @ .

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 7 deadline: Saturday night, 26 April (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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