Super-Hair Wars



The September vote in Scotland was against independence, and in favor of union with Great Britain. But Scotland has struck out on its own for years in competitions -- for instance, with separate national teams in soccer and rugby. Scotland has had a bit of success in Super-Hair events as well, winning a group in the 2008 EuroCup. And now the Scottish may have a new hair star in actress Karen Gillan. She seizes on her new ABC comedy Selfie and a Hot List appearance by becoming a Super-Hair Wars winner!

Gillan rallied in the final days of the round, to knock off Indiana TV reporter Faran Fronczak with a close 52-percent majority. "Gillan's color alone should propel her to victory!" one supporter wrote. But from the other side: "Faran is talented and beautiful," Yet a switch to a photo Fronczak prefers wound up working against her. And National Poetry Day occurring during the round even inspired one commenter: "Declarin' Karen over Faran for the hair in this round."

OUR NEXT CHALLENGER is another TV reporter, this time in Greensboro, North Carolina. She's the current City League champion there, and has reached the finals of this year's All-Star Challenge. We're always looking for new challengers, and there's still room for some in the 2014 season. Send your candidate to 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 20 deadline: Tuesday evening, 21 October (U.S. EDT). The winner fights on against a new challenger!

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