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The 23rd Annual Crown Awards
Super-Hair's biggest event of the year is truly crowd-sourced - as you nominate women for the best hairstyles of the year! Voting for the 2022 winners ended during Oscar night in March - then we announced the winners in a live Google Meeting video conference 19 March. Here's to the women who wear the Crowns!
BEST SHORT HAIR: SOOYOUNG CHOI AND NATHALIE EMMANUEL (TIE).
Talk about a contrast of looks - as a South Korean singer and an English actress wound up deadlocked. Both become the first winners of this top prize from outside the U.S.
Choi 32 percent, Emmanuel 32 percent, Taylor Russell 19%, Kausar Mohammed 8%, Alix Steel 8%.
BEST LONG HAIR: SUSAN LI.
The first native of China to win a major Crown is this Fox Business Network reporter. The two-time defending winner, carrying the banner of Brazil, slipped to second place.
Li 40 percent, Bianca Marques 31%, Kerri Corrado 21%, Sweta Keswani 7%.
BEST CURLS: RACHAEL PRICE.
After tying in the "Curl Clash" a year ago, the lead singer of Lake Street Dive breaks free to finish first. But barely, as this award came down to the final votes.
Price 34 percent, Alexis Carra 31%, Malika Andrews 19%, Brit Watkins 13%, Suzannah Lipscomb 3%.
BEST BANGS: LILY COLLINS AND LALISA MANOBAN (TIE).
A second tie when it comes to short strands. The star of Emily in Paris battled to a draw with "Lisa" of the K-pop group Blackpink, while "Swifties" were surprisingly absent.
Collins 33 percent, Manoban 33 percent, Jenna Ortega 26%, Taylor Swift 5%, Constance Wu 5%.
BEST HAIRSTYLE ON TELEVISION: SARAH JEFFERY.
The reworked version of Charmed introduced many Hair Fans to this Canadian actress. The CW Network wins the "TV Crown" for the second year in a row.
Jeffery 35 percent, Sarah Greene 23%, Rose Matafeo 23%, Simona Tabasco 12%, Lily Collins 8%.
BEST HAIRSTYLE IN A MOVIE: NATHALIE EMMANUEL.
A second Crown for the English actress, for her role in The Invitation. The style on film was longer and smoother than the year-end look that was entered for Best Short Hair.
Emmanuel 34 percent, Emma Mackey 25%, Jennifer Connolly 19%, Georgina Campbell 16%, Gina Rodriguez 6%.
BEST HAIRSTYLE IN MUSIC: RACHAEL PRICE.
The hair of Price is right a second time, as she wins this award for the first time since 2018. Controversy raged over the Grammy Award photo we posted of one nominee, yet she wound up fifth.
Price 40%, Nicola Roberts 20%, Emily Gervers 18%, Lucero 13%, Avril Lavigne 9%.
BEST HAIRSTYLE IN ATHLETICS: JASMINE PEREZCHICA.
A softball star at Arizona is thrilling Hair Fans with long curls. She climbed from second to first place, while the defending winner dropped sharply.
Perezchica 54 percent, Maddy Baxter 25%, Kiki Milloy 14%, Victoria Azarenka 4%, Kayla Sharples 4%.
NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR: JASMINE LARSEN.
Extra-long hair may be making a comeback here. A British Instagram model who calls herself a "real-life Rapunzel" turned six years of growth into four feet of hair and her first Crown.
Larsen 26 percent, Noelia 21%, Lauren Simonetti 21%, Jessica Damouni 18%, Perry Matfield 15%.
BEST BLONDE: SAMANTHA PONDER.
The Sunday football host on ESPN won a tight three-way scrum. It's her fourth "Blonde battle" win in eight years, giving her 10 Crowns overall.
Ponder 29 percent, Meghann Fahy 27%, Brooke D'Orsay 25%, Sandra Smith 13%, Avril Lavigne 6%.
BEST BRUNETTE: DISHA PATANI.
India's entry in Super-Hair World Cup VI finished second there, but first here. One voter declared the actress a "goddess."
Patani 33 percent, Kerri Corrado 23%, Malika Andrews 20%, Carmela Zumbado 15%, Susan Graver 10%.
BEST REDHEAD: BEKKA PREWITT.
After coming close several times, the actress and devout Christian finally tops her arch red rival. Did a snapshot in character make the difference?
Prewitt 28 percent, Karen Gillan 25%, Lynn Gilmartin 22%, Lauren Lewis 17%, Johannah Newmarch 8%.
BEST SILVER HAIR: REVELINA TOKROMO.
She's a secretary in Rotterdam by day, an Instagram model by night and a woman with what some call "cotton hair." It plowed under a Hair Fan's Hall of Fame member.
Tokromo 36 percent, Samantha Pollack 23%, Frances Fisher 16%, Martha Stewart 14%, Andie MacDowell 11%.
BEST HAIRSTYLE IN JOURNALISM: NIKU KAZORI.
A traffic reporter who moved from San Antonio to Japan for marriage made a successful return to the U.S. at KIRO-TV in Seattle. "Nik Nik" now has two Crowns in three years.
Kazori 27 percent, Kerri Corrado 24%, Monika Plaha 24%, Andrea Flores 15%, Sandra Smith 11%.
MAKEOVER OF THE YEAR: SAM BOIK.
Strange but true - the Denver Broncos "in-game host" becomes the first woman to win this award twice in a row! A switch to length and curls gives the former "Traffic Jam Sam" six Crowns in four years, and the biggest margin of any winner this year.
Boik 76 percent, "Organically Anna" 14%, Jessica Henwick 3%, Karlie Kloss 3%, Carolyn Peck 3%.
BEST HAIRSTYLE IN WEATHER/SCIENCE: STEPHANIE MEAD.
The hottest find of this Crown season may have been this meteorologist with WISH-TV in Indianapolis. "What a knockout!" one voter declared.
Mead 40 percent, Autumn Robertson 24%, Jackie Guerrido 18%, Jen Carfagno 13%, Kylee Miller 4%.
BEST HAIRSTYLE IN GOVERNMENT/POLITICS: REGINA ROMERO.
She tied for this title last year, but the mayor of Tucson, Arizona won in a desert breeze this time. She's the first two-term Crown winner in this category since 2012.
Romero 36 percent, Mattie Daughtry 19%, Abagail Spanbarger 19%, Kyrsten Sinema 14%, Sheila Cerfilus-McCormick 11%.
BEST HAIRSTYLE IN SPORTS REPORTING: MICHELLE MARGAUX.
She's in the New York groove at SNY-TV, but our voters may want her to have more exposure. She left the defending winner from ESPN in the dust.
Margaux 41 percent, Mina Kimes 22%, Alex Scott 17%, Shannon Spake 17%, Aditi Kinkhabwala 3%.
BEST PONYTAIL: LINDSEY HORAN.
A soccer Crown for this star with the French club Olympique Lyonnais, on loan from Portland Thorns. Her hair "looks the most like a pony’s tail," one voter explained.
Horan 41 percent, Karen Gillan 36%, Roseanne Park 15%, Jamie Little 5%, Alisha Lehmann 3%.
BEST HAIR IN FINANCIAL REPORTING: ALISON KOSIK.
The "tiny yet mighty" reporter for CNN finally breaks through the CNBC dominance of this category. A Hair Fan's Hall of Fame member had to settle for third place.
Kosik 46 percent, Susan Li 26%, Julia Boorstin 17%, Gunjan Banerji 11%.
BEST HAIR IN A SOAP OPERA/TELENOVELA: BROOK KERR.
Back-to-back Crowns for one of the General Hospital doctors. That show now has won three "soap Crowns" in four years.
Kerr 41 percent, Rebecca Herbst 28%, Nadia Bjorlin 13%, Victoria Konefal 9%, Amanda Setton 9%.
SUPER-HAIR WARS CHAMPION HAIRSTYLE OF THE YEAR: KERRI CORRADO.
She could have won four Crowns. But the Philadelphia TV reporter's single win may have been the most impressive of all - climbing from a #7 seed to take the title, then beating the seemingly unconquerable Victoria Warren in our Challenge of Champions.
Jeffrey photo courtesy IMDb.
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