Super-Hair Wars '21

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It's happened here before, yet it's still unusual anywhere: a woman from a small city takes on someone from a megalopolis and comes out victorious. But don't let Marcella Baietto's current location fool you. She arrived in Springfield, Illinois after attending college in the Phoenix area and working as an intern at NBC News in New York. Now Baietto is an evening TV news anchor - and she's impressing Hair Fans near and far with her style. It's made her our latest Super-Hair Wars winner!

Marcella took the measure of Meredith Marakovits (which sort-of rhymes with megalopolis) in light early-season voting. Baietto defeated the New York baseball reporter with a 63-percent majority. This makes three different winners in the first three rounds of Wars '21 - something that hasn't happened here since late in 2018. So can Illinois advance again?

OUR NEXT CHALLENGER is a medical doctor in the New York area. Sophia Kogan was part of the team which developed the hair-health supplement Nutrafol. (To be transparent, the company has not paid us for this entry.) She was found and suggested by a Hair Fan like you. If you've seen someone with better hair, please let us know. Nominate her by email at SuperHair @, or write @SuperHairNet on Twitter.

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

ROUND 4 DEADLINE: Friday afternoon, 12 March (U.S. EST). The winner battles on against a new challenger!

Voting filter is ON in Round 4.

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