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: Caylee Hammack

WHO IS SHE: Country singer; runner-up in our Cutting-Edge Hair News poll for best hair at the 2022 Country Music Association Awards; selling her own nail polish on her website

HER STYLE: Long and red, with light natural waves

WHY WE LIKE IT: She was a "must-run" for our CMA ballot after her appearance with a group of other ladies. She moved around the stage. She even jumped a little. Yet all that hair stayed in position well. She throws it behind the shoulders when she needs to do it, but the style was up-front on that night with no problems.

SUPER-HAIR? If only she hadn't posed for the song Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) with her hands full of hair. She pushes it into her eyes in a photo without a care. For Hair Fans who do care, it's disappointing. But if you're looking for the successor to Reba McEntire among red-headed country stars, this may be the one. [Posted 11.25.22]

NAME: Rep. Lauren Boebert

WHO IS SHE: Restaurant owner; U.S. Representative in Colorado (re-election unsure as we post this)

HER STYLE: Sidepart stretching shoulder-length or longer, straight or with added waves; we show the Twitter icon which we think is her best length

WHY WE LIKE IT: She's as risky with her style as she is with political comments - kept quite close to the left eye most of the time. Sizzled wave can keep things in line, but don't overlook her glasses as a protective measure.

SUPER-HAIR? This is a call as close as her 2022 political race. We think the left side has leaned in slightly too close a couple of times, so we lean toward saying no because it's apparently dropped in an eye. Before you "at" us: we chose her without any lobbying either way - and this is about hair, not politics. If you think she deserves more support, look around our site for ways to make it happen. [Posted 11.11.22]

NAME:Jennifer Hedger

WHO IS SHE: Evening anchor of SportsCentre on TSN, Canada's version of ESPN

HER STYLE: Medium-long sidepart that's very well styled in-studio with waves and flips

WHY WE LIKE IT: When she's at the desk, the styles seem as solid as the Canadiens' future in Montreal. In other words: not going anywhere. This is a veteran of hair-holding, in the good Phil Kessel sense of the term (look up his name), and she seems to do nothing on-camera to cause any trouble. The only complaint from Hair Fans might be that her programs show too many highlights.

SUPER-HAIR? The styles can be flat and weak-looking at home, but we found nothing showing a full collapse in public. Our call: good hair goal. She's outlasted Kate Beirness in style control - and we firmly believe that if she worked on the other side of the U.S.-Canadian border, she'd be a perennial Crown Award contender. [Posted 10.28.22]

NAME:Madison Alworth

WHO IS SHE: Reporter for Fox Business, acquired from Tampa

HER STYLE: Shoulder to mid-length with abundant natural curls

WHY WE LIKE IT: Not since Daniela Ganoza at Univision have we seen something like this - a national TV journalist with full curls. But unlike Ganoza, this woman seems to enjoy putting those curls close to danger often in live reports. When they're longer, they bounce a lot (not really flexing with extended length) yet somehow stay out of her eyes. She can use her shoulders as a protective wall at times, and might use mousse for hold at the roots.

SUPER-HAIR? Of all things, blame our "no" answer on the United States Football League. A live report from a stadium in the spring ended with her running a bit and catching a pass. Her celebration threw hair in her eyes for a moment. But wow - checking crude oil prices suddenly became a lot more thrilling for Hair Fans. [Posted 10.14.22]

NAME:Megan Telles

WHO IS SHE: TV reporter/anchor in Los Angeles, formerly with Celebrity Page TV

HER STYLE: Normally a mid-length sidepart, although she had a "Hair Talk" poll in early September on switching to a center-part and most voters preferred it

WHY WE LIKE IT: The mini-review of a Hair Fan who suggested her: "Great body and thickness, rich color." The latter seems to vary, but not the first two points. A bit of teasing at the crown and flipped curl at the ends (which we think she adds) help point out the plushness. We think she adds plenty of spray at the top and tips to secure her high-risk looks.

SUPER-HAIR? She's not afraid to place it at the brink on occasion. Yet from what we found, it somehow stayed out of her eyes... until we posted her on this list. Then we found a "tease" of a Hispanic Heritage Month special, where wind blew enough hair narrowly into an eye. But still - her station has an amazing hairstyle lineup, inoluding former City League champions. Thanks for introducing us to a woman who can compete with the best of them! [Posted 9.30.22]

NAME:Meg Donnelly

WHO IS SHE: Actress/singer starring in the new CW drama The Winchesters and Disney's Zombies series; formerly in American Housewife

HER STYLE: Long sidepart which could have several looks, based on previews of the show: loose and straight, as in our promotional photo, or sprayed/molded on one side

WHY WE LIKE IT: Even before she received this role, she seemed to take care about keeping styles in position. She uses her ears for protection at times, but also seems to know how to use spray and waves for moments when she wants to let the hair appeatr carefree. Result: styles that occasionally get close to danger, but don't give in.

SUPER-HAIR? She was downright daring with a ponytail in her 2020 video Impress - but the hair didn't bounce in her eyes, leaving us impressed. Since her new show is billed as a prequel to Supernatural, we're giving her the benefit of the doubt and hoping the drama extends all the way to her roots. [Posted 9.16.22]

NAME: "Anitta" (stage name)

WHO IS SHE: Singer from Brazil; winner of Best Latin Video at the 2022 MTV Video Music Awards

HER STYLE:She seems to have many, but her award-winning look is a long sidepart with waviness (she's shown bangs; perhaps she hid them here)

WHY WE LIKE IT: Curl experts will tell you that moisture is important. She seems to use it not only to enhance the waves, but keep them in line when she performs. We think the style held in place (somehow) during her VMA performance - even though we doubt her wild dancing will get her named Santa Anitta.

SUPER-HAIR? She can wear it dangerously close to defeat - and an image search indeed found a couple of photos where it slipped into her eye. But we think she should show off her hair more and her, well, "hips-don't-lie" less. [Posted 9.2.22]


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