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This section examines the best celebrity styles Hair Fans have seen lately - posted here even before they hit the Top Ten or enter a Super-Hair War. We update our Hot List regularly, as new styles and women come our way!



NAME: Karynn Moore

WHO IS SHE: Actress known for movies such as Water for Elephants and the old TV series Jane By Design

HER STYLE: Mid-length, showing three distinct layers in the photo we were provided (which we think is a bit old)

WHY WE LIKE IT: A Hair Fan recommended her for "great body; looks very soft and healthy." She doesn't seem to use much spray to keep all that thickness under control. That means she does some careful head-tilting to keep it from dropping in public - and she seems to do it very well.

SUPER-HAIR? Sorry to say, it's not. One publicity photo shows a dramatic moment where her hair was straight and drooping in her right eye. That's apparently an exception, though - and it's too bad for all Hair Fans that she seems to avoid social media. This is hair worthy of all the drama we can find for it. [Posted 6.26.20]



NAME: Dr. Seema Yasmin

WHO IS SHE: Professor in "science journalism" at Stanford University; appearing often in TV interviews about the COVID-19 pandemic

HER STYLE: Mid-length with degrees of natural curl; the CNN clip where we noticed her had them full

WHY WE LIKE IT: She probably knows more of the science behind attractive hair than most people, and it shows. At their best, her thick curls flow seemingly without effort. They sometimes seem to be at the brink of overflowing, but we suspect her styles are sprayed to prevent that.

SUPER-HAIR? On TV, probably. Off TV, no. As we post this, the icon photo of her Instagram account proves it - showing a strip of hair across her left eye. But she's once again proof that brains and beautiful style can be an attractive mix. We could watch her talk about "antibodies" for a long time - because she's clearly not anti-body, when it comes to her hair. [Posted 6.12.20]



NAME: Makenzie Burk

WHO IS SHE: TV journalist in Lawton, Oklahoma

HER STYLE: Mid-length sidepart, probably round-brushed at the ends and to sweep the left side back

WHY WE LIKE IT: The television news "rule of threes" (don't ask where we learned that) applies for the Hair Fan who suggested her to us: "Great shine. Sometimes subtle waves. Perfect sidepart." We'd add a fourth point: great spray - because that must be how this style stays in place when she anchors the morning news. When she's outside the studio reporting on stories, she uses the ears frequently for control and does something to keep the styles straight and solid.

SUPER-HAIR? As we write this, yes. While wind can push her hair around, we found nothing to show it shoved down - especially on that high-risk left side. Not even her monthly "outdoor adventures" for TV seem to do it in. She's apparently a Lawton native, so she knows how to handle the elements there. Thanks for a big-time find, far from the big city! [Posted 5.29.20]



NAME: Afton Addington

WHO IS SHE: Singer in the country group Lost Saints (not to be confused with a musical group in Pennsylvania with the same name)

HER STYLE: Very long and center-parted; at its best with well-shaped waves

WHY WE LIKE IT: Some say good country music has a "hook" - and the hair does it for her. When the group made its TV debut on "Circle", we clearly had to stop and look. The style sat so close to her eyes, yet held so well. And Instagram photos show she's careful about keeping the hair in line at all times; the waves protect it from windy days.

SUPER-HAIR? From what we've found, it is. She has waves that a Hair Fan would want to ride all day, and they're strong when they need to be. But when she straighens this style.... oooh, we wonder. That's the drama here. So may she keep us wondering. [Posted 5.15.20]



NAME: Natulia Candy (so she says on Instagram)

WHO IS SHE: Self-proclaimed "long hair lady," with tips and product reviews online

HER STYLE: Very long and frequently straight sidepart

WHY WE LIKE IT: While she braids it often, she also wears it loose often - and she cares about it enough to keep it under control for the camera. Not all women in this category do that.

SUPER-HAIR? Based on her Instagram portfolio, we say yes. There's nothing to show a drop in her eyes. A Hair Fan recommended this woman for EuroCup 2020, but was unsure of her homeland. Since we don't read Cyrillic, we don't know, either. And that's the only thing that kept her out of the tournament - because this "Candy" has hair sweet enough to make many people hungry for more. [Posted 5.1.20]



NAME: Kelly Loeffler

WHO IS SHE: U.S. Senator from Georgia; also co-owner of WNBA Atlanta Dream

HER STYLE: Medium-long sidepart, usually kept straight save for occasional curled tips

WHY WE LIKE IT: This is the most daring hairstyle we've seen in the U.S. Congress in a long time. Her vulnerable left side is hardly ever pinned. She doesn't even tuck it behind her ear, like she sometimes does on the right side. This long hair is front and center, which is where she seems to want it - with little means of protection except tilts and shakes of the head, plus perhaps a little teasing at the crown.

SUPER-HAIR? We can't absolutely prove it, but we doubt it. One speech about coronavirus funding from late March had the left eye partly covered, but not all the way. And it's curious that her closest calls seem to come when she's wearing glasses, which you'd think would help keep the hair out. But when she rises to address the Senate, this is one reason why Hair Fans are thankful for commercial-free C-SPAN. [Posted 4.17.20]



NAME: Jennifer Morgan

WHO IS SHE: Co-Chief Executive Officer of the software company SAP<.036+/P>

HER STYLE: Mid-length sidepart that strikes us as a modified shag

WHY WE LIKE IT: A Hair Fan suggested her for "nice color, body and slight wave." We think the critical wave on her right side is round-brushed and sprayed. But keeping that section of hair out of her right eye must be her biggest challenge. During a lengthy interview on CNBC, she tilted her head slightly as in our photo much of the time to keep some room. (And it was a "work-from-home" interview.)

SUPER-HAIR? We had our doubts, but she proved us wrong. With occasional "touch checks," this hair stays in place remarkably well. In fact, one image search for her brought up a couple of photos of Hair Fan's Hall of Fame member Jennifer Aniston. At this point in their careers, this hairstyle probably would defeat Aniston most days. Thanks for showing us that "board room" hair doesn't have to be boring. [Posted 4.3.20]





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