Super-Hair is celebrating its 20th year online! And we're doing it by counting down what we consider the 20 most "Super" hairstyles of the last two decades - similar to what we did for our tenth anniversary with "Project 20/10."
As we count them down, we want to hear from you. Which women do you think have the greatest hair of the last 20 years - the best of the best? Send us your "20 For 20" list (or fewer, if you can't come up with 20). Email it to SuperHair @ Gmail.com. You also can post it directly on our message board, Let Your Hair Down; you'll find a few there now.
9. Victoria Warren
A Boston TV reporter whose short cuts have a very loyal following. Eight Crown Awards, the Super-Hair World Cup IV title and an 11-year unbeaten run in the Super-Hair Wars Challenge of Champions have put her in the Hair Fan's Hall of Fame.
10. Susan McGinnis
Perhaps the most overlooked example of short hair perfection, this TV journalist has five Crown Awards and 12 total nominations. Her stronger-than-you-think four-time Best Bangs also helped her last a year in Top Ten Tresses.
11. Heather Cox
Her daring and distracting thick hair has roamed the sidelines of many major sports events. Her style strength kept her in Top Ten Tresses more than two years, and she was voted #1 in 2011-12.
12. Angie Everhart
A supermodel with long red hair has won two of the five Super-Hair World Cups for the United States. That success on the biggest stage, plus three Crown Awards for Best Redhead, have put her in the Hair Fan's Hall of Fame.
13. Samantha Harris
She's beaten cancer, and this one-time TV host has long hair which is very hard to beat. It's earned her two Crown Awards and a year in Top Ten Tresses.
14. Heather Tesch
At a Weather Channel filled with outstanding styles, she ranks among the most admired: 12 Crown Award nominations, five Crown wins and a place in the Hair Fan's Hall of Fame.
15. Debra Messing
Thick, wavy, melt-on-sight hair that's been impressive enough for two runs of Will and Grace. She's in the Hair Fan's Hall of Fame, with six Crown Awards and seven additional nominations.
16. Norah O'Donnell
A reporter at NBC-turned-anchor at CBS, her often-flawless pageboys have kept Hair Fans fascinated for two decades. She spent 27 months in Top Ten Tresses and has gained six Crown Award nominations.
17. Judy Fortin
The woman we declared the #1 hairstyle of the Ultimate 50 in 2000 keeps impressing, while working in public relations in Atlanta. The former TV anchor amazingly still has undefeated short hair in public, after spending 50 months on the Top Ten Tresses list early in the millennium.
18. Alyson Footer
Amazing natural curls helped this baseball blogger advance from Houston to MLB television. They also earned her two Crown Awards, the Houston City League title, nearly two years in Top Ten Tresses and second place in the 2011 Cup of the Americas.
19. Suzy Kolber
The ESPN reporter's short, sturdy and almost indestructible cuts won four Crown Awards from 2003-13. She entered the Hair Fan's Hall of Fame through a Veterans Committee vote in 2016.
20. Mara Schiavocampo
A TV reporter who turned natural curls into perfectly-positioned strong styles, which lasted an amazing 78 months on the Top Ten Tresses list.
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