Super-Hair Wars '21

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Did you hear about the controvery in Finland involving... breakfast? Some headlines suggest Prime Minister Sanna Marin is a "cereal offender", because she billed the government for thousands of euros in family breakfast expenses. But we're really more interested in how Marin prepares her hair in the morning. She makes it smooth and strong, hardly ever going out of place at all. That's the stuff that makes her Finland's first-ever Super-Hair Wars winner!

The best battle so far in 2021 found Marin and Greensboro City League champ Julie Luck in a two-week tug-of-war. Luck developed slight leads, only to have Marin pull even. The final vote went Marin's way, giving her a 55-percent majority. One voter asked, "What's wrong with Julie's photo?" Well, it was herphoto, posted on social media - and it worked for her twice before.

OUR NEXT CHALLENGER is a native of Mexico, who's now a morning TV news anchor in the Hair Fan hotbed of Shreveport, Louisiana. Fernanda Hernandez appears here for the first time because a Hair Fan like you suggested her. Your suggestions drive the Wars, so send them to SuperHair @ - or write @SuperHairNet on Twitter.

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

ROUND 11 DEADLINE: Friday evening, 18 June (U.S. EDT). The winner fights on against a new challenger!

Voting filter is ON in Round 11.

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