Super-Hair Wars

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If any place has seized the opportunity to promote itself through Super-Hair, it's Shereveport, Louisiana. Long-time Hair Fans probably can call the roll of great successful styles: Erin Buchanan, Jodi Lowery, Lauren Vizza. And now, Priscilla Borrego may be in a position to join them - even though her background really is in Oklahoma and South Dakota. The medium-long hair of the TV reporter has impressed our voters enough that she'll be on display in December, as a Super-Hair Wars undefeated champion!

Borrego works for a CBS station, yet she made surprisingly easy work of CBS network anchor Adriana Diaz. Borrego piled up an 88% majority - so huge that one voter suggested Borego shove Diaz off the Top Ten Tresses list. (By the way, we indicated the voting filter was off in this past round. It was on, and we apologize for any confusion.)

OUR NEXT MATCHUP pits a veteran TV journalist and podcast host against a young actress, singer and dancer. On the left: the City League champion of Odessa, Texas. On the right: a recent entry to our Hot List. Unimpressed by both of them? Offer your own candidates for our Wars. Email SuperHair @, or by an X-Tweet "@SuperHairNet."

Krista Escamilla v. Christina Ricucci

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

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ROUND 18 DEADLINE: Thursday night, 28 September (U.S. EDT). The winner fights on against a new challenger!

Voting filter is OFF in Round 18.

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