The Hot List, 2001 Styles
NAME: Cindy Brunson
WHO IS SHE: Anchor for ESPN News, occasional host on ESPN Radio.
HER STYLE: Quite short, but very sharp. The longest hairs barely reach her ears, but the bangs draw your attention by scattering across the forehead in a loose-looking (key word looking) way. At their best, the forehead is a bit more covered than our photo shows.
WHY WE LIKE IT: Usually light bangs don't impress us -- but these do, because they flat-out hold in position. She's admittedly always in a studio, but this cap stays in place even better than other styles in similar jobs.
SUPER-HAIR: Of course it is. It's cut too short to get in her eyes -- but this style is so tempting that Hair Fans might want to try to shake it up, anyway. Hold this solid plus bangs this enticing equal a winning combination. [Posted 12/10/1]
NAME: Dayna Curry
WHO IS SHE: Relief worker with the group "Shelter Now," recently held in Afghanistan government custody
HER STYLE: A well-rounded side-parted oval, hanging loosely at shoulder-length; short bangs cover forehead on "vulnerable" right side
WHY WE LIKE IT: Her variation on one of today's most popular styles is so logical that we're surprised no one else displayed it first. The oval look normally is one length throughout -- and even with constant spraying, the vulnerable side can be a pain to keep out of the eyes. The use of a few bangs may not look quite as sophisticated, but it makes the hair much more workable and controlled. (The bangs could even be curled in, with some more length.) The "off side" on the left can be tucked behind the ear, without losing the basic shape.
SUPER-HAIR? We doubt the Taliban took any pictures of her -- but come to think of it, wearing a burqa would keep this hair from exposure to the elements, anyway. From what we've seen, her style is unbeaten. And we suspect we'll see more of her, as she tours talk shows and churches. [Photo courtesy AP; posted 12/3/1]
NAME: Suzanne Somers
WHO IS SHE: Actress, commercial spokesperson
HER STYLE: The visitor who suggested her calls it a "long shag." We presume she means the photo we found on the Somers web site. It's cut at about three different lengths: eyebrow-length bangs, then chin-length near the eyes and almost shoulder-length around the back. Longer hairs are flared, in keeping with the current trend.
WHY WE LIKE IT: The flares provide a bit more control, without the forced look of a flip - and if they're sizzled in place with an iron, that's even better. She wears this style temptingly close to her eyes, which is also attention-getting.
SUPER-HAIR? Looking at the drooping strands around the left eye, we'd have to say no. Every time we see this woman, we long for the "Three's Company" years with the delicate-looking, strongly-sprayed wings around the eyes and ears. That was a classic style. This current one is easier to do, but for us flat and unspectacular. [Posted 11/25/1]
NAME: Sarah Hughes
WHO IS SHE: U.S. figure skater
HER STYLE: Loose and coarse, blunt-cut and neck-length. If she dips her head forward, you can see tips angling forward toward the eyes -- but too well-trimmed to fall in them. Right now, her style has brushed-back, "hidden" bangs that come forward only for the speediest moves.
WHY WE LIKE IT: We first saw this teenage skater two winters ago, and noticed a rather dishevelled style with potential. Now at 17, the potential is becoming reality. This hair seems capable of taking any move on the ice - and while it bounces and flows, it's now cut so well that nothing seems able to throw the hair in her face.
SUPER-HAIR? Two years ago the answer was no. Now it's a qualified yes -- and time is on this hair's side. This cut could find its breakthrough at the Salt Lake City Winter Olympics. If Michelle Kwan will only cooperate.... [Posted 11/13/1]
NAME: Norah O'Donnell
WHO IS SHE: Reporter for NBC News
HER STYLE: As picture-perfect a pageboy as you can find. Right now it's a bit shorter than our picture shows, with ends barely touching the shoulders. But the left side has straight lines that are solidly locked into place.
WHY WE LIKE IT: Our Style Profile section has an in-depth look at the pageboy, and why it works. This is the best current example we've found of a pageboy that works well. She's mostly seen indoors at the Pentagon, but TV lights don't seem to wilt the style. And in limited outdoor appearances, the only strands that seems to move are the long ones in back.
SUPER-HAIR? So far, so good -- so very good. Between her and Campbell Brown, NBC is moving past ABC's "Stark and Stark" for the best hair in television news. [Posted 11/12/1]
NAME: Danae DeMasi
WHO IS SHE: Miss West Virginia 2001; top ten Semi-Finalist for Miss America
HER STYLE: Bouncing off the shoulders, combed from a left-side part to hang a perilous half-inch or so from her right eye. The night we saw this style, it seemed a touch shorter than our photo indicates, and without the soft curl at the ends. We prefer the curl, but either way looks good.
WHY WE LIKE IT: This is a daring style that showed a lot of strength on the televised final night of the pageant. It refused to budge on stage, even through the usual elegant turn or two. And it didn't even fall during the "home video" segment, where she was playful outside. We assume she uses a spray - and she must have a lot of confidence in it.
SUPER-HAIR? We'd like to think so -- but any style can be perfect on any given night. We'd love to see her right-side hair face a West Virginia mountain breeze. If it holds through that, she'd definitely earn the title. [Posted 10/14/1]
NAME: Jill Hennessy
WHO IS SHE: Actress starring in the series "Crossing Jordan"
HER STYLE: Center-parted hair with tips touching the shoulders. She can play it straight, but we prefer the lightly-waved (we suspect permed) look of our photo.
WHY WE LIKE IT: This is a classic style with so much going for it. The hair appears loose, flowing and natural -- yet the waves provide extra strength for control, and make it more tempting for those who want to touch it. We wonder if she might add spray, for the really challenging spots.
SUPER-HAIR? We were rooting for this style to hold -- and it bounced a lot, yet held tightly and impressively in early episodes of her new drama. But then "Entertainment Weekly" hit our mailbox, with a photo showing a few stray strands over an eye. (We should note it did not seem as heavily prepared as her TV look.) We still plan to watch her on Monday nights, though -- because this style sure beats Melissa Stark's. [updated 10/14/1]
NAME: Andrea Plummer
WHO IS SHE: Miss New York 2001; fourth runner-up for Miss America 2002
HER STYLE: An efficient, effective "cap" -- long enough to scrape the shoulders in back; light, deeply-cut bangs in front. At its best, the longer hair is well-rounded behind her ears.
WHY WE LIKE IT: It has the best of everything - able to bounce and move in the back, but not moving enough to cause trouble up front. While the bangs are light, they seem to stick well when she does ballet steps. She pinned it back for her pageant dance routines, but we're not sure she needs this to keep the hair off her eyes.
SUPER-HAIR? We think so. It would take a wild gust of wind to push the long hair forward, yet the bangs seem cut back far enough that the strands still might stay out of the eyes. Hers was the highest-placing style we liked at Miss America this year -- a pageant which had to leave Hair Fans disappointed. Miss West Virginia wowed us, but she never got beyond the round of 10. [Posted 9/24/1]
NAME: Ananda Lewis
WHO IS SHE: TV talk show host
HER STYLE: Unpinned, please -- stretching to her armpit, parted a bit off-center, with plenty of wavy natural curl. She sometimes sneaks strands behind the ears, if the hair faces a challenge.
WHY WE LIKE IT: She moves around the set on her new show, and her long hair moves with her quite well. It sticks to her back tightly when she bends for interviews; perhaps her hair is heavier than it appears, or perhaps because her waves bring strands together as opposed to hanging loose. It's obvious she has years of experience with this length; she moves the shoulders effortlessly to keep things in line.
SUPER-HAIR? We had our doubts the first time we saw her -- but the more we see her, the more she proves us wrong. We'd like to hear from Hair Fans who watched her often during her years at BET and MTV. Was her style as well controlled then? [Posted 9/21/1]
NAME: Lisa Stark
WHO IS SHE: Reporter for ABC News; #27 on our Ultimate 50 list.
HER STYLE: A tight rounded pageboy, recently trimmed back to her best length of neck-long.
WHY WE LIKE IT: She wins special mention for how her hair fared in Seattle, after the "rain of terror" in the Northeast. The left side hair was perfect behind her ear. But the "vulnerable" right side was at risk -- a bit off the ear and only about an inch over her eye. A few strands flexed during a long late-night interview, then seemed to start weakening. But the rest of the pageboy filled in the gap, and the droop turned away at her eyebrow -- strongly holding on the side. She leaned a little, but never even had to touch the hair.
SUPER-HAIR? Beyond question. She has occasional days when the style looks off-line or even a bit messy, yet it remains undefeated. This cut simply refuses to lose. [Posted 9/12/1]
NAME: Jodi Hernandez
WHO IS SHE: TV news reporter in Sacramento; co-owner of San Francisco restaurant
HER STYLE: Long and straight sidepart, reaching a bit below the armpit with perhaps a semi-curl at the tips; hair closest to eyes is secured behind the ears.
WHY WE LIKE IT: No wonder Congressman Gary Condit squirmed a bit in his chair as this woman interviewed him. This is high-risk hair at its best - sitting so close to the right eye that there's really no margin for error. If something knocks her hair off her right ear, it's down and done.
SUPER-HAIR? All we have to go on is the Condit interview, and she impressed us then. We believe she pins it back for riskier situations -- but if this style is exposed to rough weather, we suspect she'd have trouble.
A bit more body would convince us this hair could hang on. Some spray would help, too; Teresa Rodriguez of our Ultimate list used it quite effectively when her hair was this long years ago. [Posted 8/28/1]
NAME: Anne Donovan
WHO IS SHE: Head Coach of WNBA Charlotte Sting
HER STYLE: Feathery bangs in front, longer locks touching the nape of the neck on the sides and back.
WHY WE LIKE IT: Her WNBA playoff success reacquainted us with a woman whose hair impressed us two decades ago. She played college basketball at Old Dominion with a rather lengthy cap, which seemed to hold through everything she did. In the mid-90s she grew it below her shoulders. Bad move - not really "her." But now she has a little length and a softer look. Good move - tempting and feminine, yet with her traditional strength.
SUPER-HAIR? From what we've seen, it is. She can tuck hair behind the ears if the situation is tough -- but we really don't think the long hair could come forward far enough to hit the eyes. Besides, since she's six-foot-eight, who's able to reach up and muss it? [Posted 8/27/1]
NAME: Nancy Lee Grahn
WHO IS SHE: Actress on daytime drama "General Hospital;" #31 on our Ultimate 50 list.
HER STYLE: Currently shoulder-length, a bit shorter than our photo - except around the eyes, where bangs are scattered lightly.
WHY WE LIKE IT: One recent episode of her drama tested this style's control. Her character tried to charge forward toward a villainess, while she had one arm in a sling. The long hair shook forward as someone forced her back. But just as in our photo, the critical strands closest to the bangs was tucked behind the ears. Result: lots of bounce, but little mussing.
SUPER-HAIR? Still undefeated and strong after several years. We think she could even keep it out through a jungle adventure with Luke. [Posted 8/27/1]
NAME: Dena Doster
WHO IS SHE: The title we've seen for her is "fitness model" -- as in Gold's Gym promotions and body-building magazines.
HER STYLE: Long, longer, longest -- sideparted and stretching to her waist, with light bangs on the forehead that are a bit lengthy.
WHY WE LIKE IT: The visitor who nominated her stated his opinion well: "Nothing will ever beat waist length blonde hair." A style like this is the dream of a lot of men: flowing and flexing hair that practically dares them to reach for it, yet hair she can swing around and away with the quick turn of her head. For this approach to work, we say the thicker the better -- and her hair has plenty of thickness.
SUPER-HAIR? If it was, we'd rush her onto the Top Ten list. But the fan galleries we've seen have plenty of photos with her hair down across her face. This style has "body" that works with her well-developed body -- but let's face it, hold is not her biggest concern. We've seen other women with hair this long, who could beat this style in seconds. [Posted 7/27/1]
NAME: Cora-Ann Mihalik
WHO IS SHE: TV news reporter/anchor in Secaucus, NJ
HER STYLE: A shoulder-length sidepart that bursts forth like a flower in bloom. Bangs are light and well-trimmed on her vulnerable (left) side. We suspect considerable teasing and spraying is used to throw the long hair back, especially on her right side.
WHY WE LIKE IT: The visitor who nominated her must enjoy the way the left side is shaped - looking loose, thick and a bit wavy. But if you haven't seen this woman in several years (and we hadn't), this current picture is probably a big surprise. When she worked at a different station across the river in New York, her hair was a bit shorter, while much straighter and tighter. You knew that style would be tough to defeat. The current one doesn't seem that way.
SUPER-HAIR? We haven't seen her latest style in action to pass judgment. It all seems to depend on the reliability of her hairspray -- because otherwise there's little to keep this hair off her face. To be honest, we think the earlier style looked better on her, and this one makes her look a bit old. [posted 7/4/1]
NAME: Campbell Brown
WHO IS SHE: NBC News correspondent
HER STYLE: A shoulder-length sidepart that's quite shapely. It's typically combed back, and rounded into a "body wave" look-alike on the right side. Then it's flipped a bit at the tips to varying degrees, either in or out. The left-side hair usually is tucked behind the ear for safety's sake, but it looks like it could hang down straight without much harm.
WHY WE LIKE IT: It looks tempting and appears dangerous -- but this style just plain holds. When she's outside the White House, the hair seems immovable. (She has to spray that right-side wall, doesn't she?) Her closest call came at the Summit of the Americas in Quebec, when a tricky wind finally mussed the style's perfection. But strands flew up, instead of really forward, and the ends somehow clung together.
SUPER-HAIR? Beyond question, yes. We'd never heard of her a year ago. Now she's a rising star among Washington journalists - and has a tough style for the job. (posted 6/14/1)
NAME: Marg Helgenberger
WHO IS SHE: Actress on the TV show "CSI"
HER STYLE: A loose, chin-length cut that looks very carefree. Bangs are light over the forehead, then there seems to be a section of "mid-length" hair around the eyes. (It could be that it's full length, but pushed back and spray-controlled.)
WHY WE LIKE IT: Several visitors have praised this style, perhaps because it looks very easy to maintain. The bangs would need regular trims to keep off the eyes. The long hair closest to the eyes looks like it could be body-curled for extra hold, and even curled at the tips to make them neater.
SUPER-HAIR? From what we've seen, it has possibilities -- but we get the feeling a strong wind in the wrong direction would push it over the edge. (posted 5/30/1)
NAME: Melina Kanakaredes
WHO IS SHE: Actress on TV's "Providence"
HER STYLE: Curls, curls, curls - full and natural, bubbling below the shoulders as if you're looking at a soda while upside down.
WHY WE LIKE IT: We're giving her special mention for one of those "dream sequences" she has at the start of a show. A program in May put her on trial in Puritan New England - with her hair tied back, save for cheek-length pincurls dangling within an inch of each eye. She was out in the wind, making quick turns while facing an angry crowd - and the hair stayed out of her eyes remarkably well. The pincurls came up a bit, but were strong enough to cling to their position. And since her curls are all-natural, they never drooped even slightly.
SUPER-HAIR? If we were judging merely the curls, we'd say absolutely. Stand her next to Keri Russell in a windy desert, and Russell's hair would go straight hours sooner. But as for the overall style, we doubt it. She pins it back a lot on her show - and while we haven't tracked down a photo with her hair all the way in her eyes, it's come very close many times. (posted 5/30/1)
NAME: Monica Potter
WHO IS SHE: Actress
HER STYLE: The visitor who nominated her liked her look in the movie Along Came a Spider. Most of the hair is shoulder-length, with a rounded curl at the ends - but look closer and there's a shorter layer near the right eye, stopping at the cheekbone.
WHY WE LIKE IT:The pictures we've seen suggest the hair has free flow, yet a good bit of control. With a sidepart, the pressure obviously is on the right-side strands. Our photo [courtesy Paramount Pictures] indicates strong spray is a must.
SUPER-HAIR? A Potter fan's web site has a photo with hair covering an eye - but that style was different from this one. If you saw this movie, give us your thoughts. Did this cut hold on from start to finish? (posted 5/21/1)
NAME: Onnie Willis
WHO IS SHE: UCLA gymnast; NCAA All-Around national co-champion
HER STYLE: Short layers that progressively get longer toward the back. If it wasn't so tight to the head, you might think it's a wedge.
WHY WE LIKE IT: She competed for the college gymnastics title with her hair unpinned - and in terms of hold, she scored a 9.975. If a jump brought hair up, it dropped right back down with hardly a muss. A few stray strands might fall on the forehead, but the overall style stays strong and balanced.
SUPER-HAIR? So far, it is. This is admittedly a low-risk cut, but it looks good and works quite well. The best news is that she'll be only a junior this fall. (posted 5/21/1)
NAME: Jane Fonda
WHO IS SHE: Retired actress, activist, ex-wife of Ted Turner
HER STYLE: Called a "shag" by the people who nominated her -- short, yet with a variety of lengths. Bangs cover the eyebrows, while longer strands cover the ear at the sides and reach to the nape of the neck at the back.
WHY WE LIKE IT: Her fans consider this a good style for older women (she's 63 at this writing), and we can see why. Instead of succumbing to a "perm for life," this is hair with motion and flair. It can make wearers look and feel younger - and it's not too far from the "Meg Ryan" look that's proven popular here.
SUPER-HAIR? Sorry, her bangs get in her eyes too much. But with consistent trims, the basic style can be. Thirty years after the "Klute" look, she still has a style that many women want to copy. [photo courtesy etonline.com] (Posted 5/9/1)
NAME: Kim Delaney
WHO IS SHE: Actress, recently departed from "NYPD Blue"
HER STYLE: The one we prefer is the one you've probably forgotten while watching her on TV the last few years. Though added rings of curls may have made her look "professional" on a police force, we swoon when her style is straighter and the curl is softer. It's what brought her to fame on "All My Children" years ago.
WHY WE LIKE IT: At its core, this is a great natural head of hair - bursting with thickness, with plenty of bounce, but still keeping a measure of control. It's strong enough to take curls and keep them in its clutches all day. And it's full enough that Hair Fans desire to clutch them, too.
SUPER-HAIR? Stunning, yes. Gorgeous, of course. But Super - alas, no. The curls of "Detective Diane" dropped in her eyes too much. If she asked us, we'd tell her to throw away the little rollers, bring back the body-curled pageboy, get an endorsement deal with a hairspray company - and start counting the downloads. [photo courtesy Women's World magazine] (Posted 5/9/1)
NAME: Renee Chenault-Fattah
WHO IS SHE: TV News Anchor in Philadelphia; wife of U.S. Congressman
HER STYLE: A shoulder-length pageboy that's plenty thick, and supported by a curl that's probably well-sprayed.
WHY WE LIKE IT: We confess: our admiration of her hair goes back years. It used to be a bit longer and flatter, yet consistently stayed out of her eyes when she was outside giving live reports. She became legendary one afternoon, when she reported live from atop a wind-blown Georgia mountain. Her strong locks went everywhere - except down into her eyes. It was her closest call, yet a dramatic triumph for hair with deep-down control.
SUPER-HAIR? Based on what we've seen, we have no doubt it is. But we admit we haven't seen it in a long while -- so we'd appreciate updates from Hair Fans in the Northeast. (Posted 4/25/1)
NAME: Natalie Mendoza
WHO IS SHE: Theater singer and actress
HER STYLE: Long and straight, reaching to the middle of her back (trust us on that, since you can't see it in the picture); fairly-solid bangs across the forehead keep the hair out of the eyes, as does the placing of hair behind the shoulders.
WHY WE LIKE IT: The recent TV-movie remake of "South Pacific" introduced us to this performer -- and displayed a great example of a simple yet classic style. This hair invites you to touch it, and is easy to manage. Yet with only a little adjusting, it can be kept in line all day.
SUPER-HAIR? If she takes good care of it, the style has that potential. We've seen other women with similar cuts keep them under control for years. We'd like to hear from Hair Fans in Australia and New Zealand about her, because she's apparently more famous there. (Posted 4/25/1)
NAME: Valerie Bertinelli
WHO IS SHE: Actress, rock star's wife
HER STYLE: It's always been good and thick. These days it's armpit-long, with a bit of bangs on the forehead and flared semi-curls for the long hair closest to the eyes.
WHY WE LIKE IT: Her recent appearance on a celebrity edition of "Who Wants to be a Millionaire" reminded us of why we've always liked her hair. She's not afraid to let it flow, and wear it tantalizingly close to defeat. This latest look is really a throwback to what she had about 20 years ago. We agree with our Internet "Feathered-Back Friend" that this style was copied by more young women than she gets credit for.
SUPER-HAIR? Historically, no; it's fallen many times in TV comedies and mini-series. But in its current arrangement, it could be -- because the flipped-back long hair (undoubtedly reinforced with an extra-hold spray) can bounce quite a bit without collapsing. We smell a hair trend here - and it smells lovely. [Posted 3/25/1]
NAME: Christie Brinkley
WHO IS SHE: Supermodel.
HER STYLE: The Hair Fan who nominated her sent us this picture of her hair at its best. Shoulder-length strands are combed back at the crown and locked down with spray, then supported with varying amounts of curl.
WHY WE LIKE IT: In this set-up, it's a great example of securing hair with multiple "lines of defense." A bit of curl adds some weight; the hair can be flipped back behind the shoulders as the need arises (and even behind the ears, if necessary); spray and teasing keep the hair off the eyes.
SUPER-HAIR? In this form, it would be very hard to beat. But this supermodel missed our Ultimate 50 list for a reason - that being the numerous times she wore her hair flat, and let it blow around. [Posted 3/25/1]
NAME: McKenzie Westmore
WHO IS SHE: Actress on the daytime drama, "Passions"
HER STYLE: Short, but with a bit of sass -- combed back, probably supported by spray or mousse, then with bangs turning and rushing forward.
WHY WE LIKE IT: The visitor who suggested her has a good eye. This is a short cut that looks deceptively and tantalizingly longer. It appears the bangs could drop in her eyes if the spray/mousse came loose -- yet they're trimmed well enough that they'd probably only hit the eyebrows.
SUPER-HAIR? If it's trimmed well, very likely. We admit we haven't seen it much. But this looks like a tough cut to wear down, much less wear out. [Posted 2/13/1]
NAME: Jacque Kessler
WHO IS SHE: Court reporter on "Judge Joe Brown" TV show
HER STYLE: A sidepart that stays very well-rounded on her "vulnerable" left side. Curl at the ends, probably supported by spray, helps it resist drooping. When it has more length, the hair can be shaken back behind the shoulders. Strands near eyes can even be placed behind ears for control, if necessary.
WHY WE LIKE IT: Unlike some court shows, she actually goes outside to interview the parties in cases - and wind sometimes blows as she does. Yet this style is strong under pressure. The lines of hair stay in place when blown back, and she seems able to adjust the style to hold at other angles.
SUPER-HAIR? It's held up so well that we think so. We should note she came within a hair's length of beating Jessica Alba in a Super-Hair War last fall. [Posted 2/13/1]
NAME: Diane Swonk
WHO IS SHE: Chief Economist, "Bank One" in USA
HER STYLE: Currently slightly longer than our photo (courtesy University of Chicago) shows - an efficient "cap" cut that's layered around the forehead.
WHY WE LIKE IT: The layers play off her eyes well (especially when it appears she's wearing contact lenses) - and they look loose enough to play with, but not long enough to get in her eyes.
SUPER-HAIR? So far, so good. This style has great upside potential, even if it takes a recession to see it more often. We recommend "buy and HOLD" on this one. [Posted 1/6/1]
NAME: Gina Martin
WHO IS SHE: TV reporter, Little Rock, AR
HER STYLE: Medium-long, straight and loose. When we saw it, it reached the armpits.
WHY WE LIKE IT: She dares to wear it exposed, when out in the elements. Even though she parts it off-center, the hair has enough thickness to stay in place under wind pressure -- or she can throw it back behind the shoulders to "play defense."
SUPER-HAIR? We haven't seen it much, but it looks strong enough to last awhile. [Posted 1/3/1]
NAME: Heather Paige Kent
WHO IS SHE: Actress on the TV series, "That's Life"
HER STYLE: Straight shoulder-length hair that acts curl friendly, either for flips or rounding; has bangs that show up when needed.
WHY WE LIKE IT: This hair is fun to watch for its flexibility. It has a variety of styles, and can give ground at times, but sticks in line when in risky situations.
SUPER-HAIR? Sorry. It stayed messy yet unbeaten for awhile -- but then a playful couch scene with a relative knocked her dangling hair all the way down. [UPDATED 1/3/1]
NAME: Julie Moran
WHO IS SHE: Reporter on "Entertainment Tonight," Ultimate 50 Finalist
HER STYLE: Long and extra-thick, kept off the eyes only with combing (and probably spray); naturally straight (our preference), or with added curl.
WHY WE LIKE IT: She gets special mention for a spectacular recent interview with Chris O'Donnell -- in which she joined him rock-climbing and rappelling. She did it all au natural, not even wearing a pin -- yet through a few lean-backs and head tosses, she kept it out of her eyes despite a slight wind! Could you do the same with long hair, or even mid-length? We doubt 99 percent of the female population could.
SUPER-HAIR? How we'd love to say yes -- but alas, we've seen a few stray strands fall over the years. Even so, when she's on the air, it's a Hair Fan's version of "Must See TV." [UPDATED 1/4/1]
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