Hair That's Hot!!!!


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: Kausar Mohammed

WHO IS SHE: Actress appearing in the premiering TV series 4400 and earlier short-lived series Dirty Laundry and Unfair & Ugly

HER STYLE: Per Instagram, currently a naturally-wavy chin-length sideparted bob

WHY WE LIKE IT: "Deep rich color, great thickness and curls," said the Hair Fan who wrote us. There was no mention of length - and we can't help wondering if the writer knew she has this look now. For years, her hair was much longer. Either way, the curls are attractively tempting. And with the shorter cut, she seems to have bangs to reduce the risk of a drop.

SUPER-HAIR? That Instagram account answered the question right away. She reclines with a dog, and the chair pushes hair into her right eye (opposite the sidepart side). Unfair? OK, maybe. Ugly? When her hair is at its best, it's absolutely not. [Posted 10.15.21]

NAME: Ashlyn Pearce

WHO IS SHE: Host of game streaming on YouTube and Twitch; former actress on TV's The Bold and the Beautiful and Hand of God

HER STYLE: Long with an adjustable part; apparently naturally straight, but she likes to add waves for photo shoots

WHY WE LIKE IT: The Hair Fan who suggested her didn't offer a comment, but her social media accounts say it all. She's not afraid to place her hair at the brink of her eye. But the attractive well-wrapped curl doesn't seem to weaken. To borrow from a Twitter post, she seems to keep her "head and standards high" and be a "lady with class" when it comes to style control.

SUPER-HAIR? Sorry. Her photo gallery at IMDb includes "Marvel Murder Mystery" scenes where her thick hair is blown completely across her right eye. Yes, we know, it was an acting role. But ooooh - wouldn't you love to be the villain in one of her movie scenes? Reaching for the curl, to try to untwist it.... one dramatically slow turn at a time.... uhh, we'd better stop there. [Posted 10.1.21]

NAME: Jessie Coffield

WHO IS SHE: Spokesperson for Draft Kings; host of "The Sweat" sports gambling show

HER STYLE: Mid-length, usually straight but can have added wave

WHY WE LIKE IT: She shows a variety of looks with this cut. Some are ultra-careful, with headbands. Others are high-risk, with it bouncing very close to her eyes in commercials. But she knows how to keep things controlled, even when she recorded segments on South Beach in Miami.

SUPER-HAIR? It's good that we didn't bet on her hair falling, because we've found no evidence of it. She gets a yes, unless Hair Fans show us otherwise. And to borrow from her ads, "making it rain" in a meteorological sense does not count. [Photo courtesy iSpot; posted 9.17.21]

NAME: Elizabeth Bond

WHO IS SHE: Actress/producer who appeared in the Funny or Die series (yes, this was the title) JustBoobs; academic coach with the "Pretty Smartly" website

HER STYLE: Mid-length, with what a Hair Fan calls "subtle waves"

WHY WE LIKE IT: That Hair Fan also praised her for "great color" and "nice body." She calls herself a "natural redhead" on Instagram - and a quarantine self-coloring session left her feeling "like I can take on the whole world." When the waves are turned up and a bit of spray is added, we think her hair probably can as well. She can put it extremely close to the eyes, yet it stays under control.

SUPER-HAIR? This came down to several videos she's posted at IMDb - and if a trip and fall during a commercial for tuna can't bring her hair down, we're not sure what can. Wind may weaken it, but this Ivy League grad knows how to keep it out of her face. So we say yes - she's a "pretty smartly" example of great hair. As this Latin instructor would say: here's to "pulchra et fortis capillum." [Posted 9.3.21]

NAME: Tamar Sher

WHO IS SHE: TV sports anchor in Evansville, Indiana

HER STYLE: Long and center-parted, with varying amounts of wave

WHY WE LIKE IT: We think the wave is critical for keeping this style in line. She can get away with a little or none in the studio, but she adds more for strength when she's outside. And when the waves are turned up, the bounciness of this hair is luscious and electric (the latter word borrowing from her Twitter feed).

SUPER-HAIR? That feed reveals wind is likely her biggest nemesis. But in a short clip from a game 14 July, the bounce went a touch too far - bouncing in and out of her left eye. So we regrettably say no. Yet that close-up look is marvelous and breath-taking. She can "Sher" those clips as long as she likes. [Posted 8.20.21]

NAME: Lauren Zima

WHO IS SHE: Reporter for Entertainment Tonight; host of recap show after episodes of The Bachelor

HER STYLE: Medium-long with a movable part and a variety of waves

WHY WE LIKE IT: She adjusts her style to the situation, and makes it all look easy. The part is near the center on TV workdays, likely supported by well-sprayed curl. But she seems to consider the sidepart a more elegant, red-carpet look. That can mean risky styles in breezy weather, but the hair somehow stiffens its hold around her eye.

SUPER-HAIR? Impressive and watchable, yes. Super, no. Leave it to Access Hollywood to prepare a video with a photo of strips of hair across her face. The competition between these show business news shows is that tough. [Posted 8.6.21]

NAME: Olivia Rodrigo

WHO IS SHE: Singer and actress appearing in the Disney TV series based on High School Musical

HER STYLE: Medium-long with a hint of natural wave

WHY WE LIKE IT: She's 18 and seemingly carefree, and this is a classic look to go with it. But she uses a holding trick that few other young women do - adjusting her part line. The center-part in our photo (from a red carpet) is Generation Z dynamic and high-risk. But she can move it to her left for times when she needs to keep her hair behind an ear or shoulders for control.

SUPER-HAIR? Even the sidepart is not foolproof - because a different outdoor red carpet showed hair drooping into her right eye. So for Disney, she may be the next generation of Selena Gomez. But when it comes to hair, she's not quite the second coming of Ashley Tisdale. [Posted 7.23.21]


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