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: 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]

NAME: Anne Wilson

WHO IS SHE: Christian singer, with breakout hit My Jesus (not to be confused with the singer in the rock band Heart)

HER STYLE: Long, parted near the center and with varying wave

WHY WE LIKE IT: The waves seem to be the key to this style's success. Sometimes they're soft and loose, but sometimes they're hard and stiff - probably sprayed that way for performances. Even though she plays the guitar as she sings, she doesn't "go Pentecostal" (we think church folks will understand) to send the hair out of line.

SUPER-HAIR? Her early videos show promise, so we'll give her an optimistic yes. As long as she shows the Biblical fruit of self-control on stage, her style is a high-risk winner. But to be honest, we think she wants you to focus more on "her Jesus" than her hair. [Posted 7.9.21]

NAME: Sha'Carri Richardson

WHO IS SHE: Former track star at Louisiana State; winner of women's 100-meter dash at U.S. Olympic Trials

HER STYLE: Our photo admittedly only hints at it - waist-length long, mostly straight except for a bit of twisting around her face. And, in her words, "loud and encouraging and dangerous" bright orange.

WHY WE LIKE IT: The comparisons with Florence Griffith Joyner are numerous and obvious. She runs with only a little pinning - and runs very fast. So the hair flies back on the track during races. She tends to keep it behind her shoulders for safety at other times. (We would also compare the athletes' nails, but that's for another website.)

SUPER-HAIR? Despite all the buzz she's gained, we must say no. While Flo-Jo used headbands and other tricks to almost always keep her hair out of her eyes, this woman lets the mane go wild and drop during celebrations - and it even seems to fall in her eyes at the starting line. Griffith Joyner is an Ultimate 50 member. This woman could break her speed record, but no further with us. Yet if you want to follow her down a track in Tokyo, we'd absolutely understand. [Posted 6.25.21]

NAME: Christina Ruffini

WHO IS SHE: CBS News correspondent, formerly at State Department and now at White House

HER STYLE: Mid-length natural waves, with an implied sidepart on the left

WHY WE LIKE IT: The key word here is "tease" - and we don't mean TV reporters promoting an upcoming story. She combs her hair back at the crown to make sure her face has plenty of space. We suspect it's sprayed on top, too, so hair close to her right eye doesn't get too close. Flip-curling the ends back help provide control as well.

SUPER-HAIR? We haven't seen her much, but we're saying "yes" because we like what we're seeing. This style probably takes a good bit of work to prepare. Yet she clearly knows what she's doing, and it works for her. On a windy day.... well, we're waiting to see. But she joins a long list of journalists making CBS the TV network of choice for Hair Fans. [Posted 6.11.21]

NAME: Andrea Meza

WHO IS SHE: Newly-crowned Miss Universe 2021; also a makeup artist and model in Chihahua, Mexico

HER STYLE: Medium-long and parted slightly off-center; usually straight, but waves can be added as in this Instagram photo

WHY WE LIKE IT: She can keep her hair safe and strong, behind her shoulders, and we suspect that's how she prefers it. But she can bring her style forward to show full power, when she wishes or needs it - yet still keeping control. So it's a bit like Wonder Woman: hair that's ready for almost any challenge.

SUPER-HAIR? We didn't watch her crowning, but the hair seemed to fare well. Early appearances have had a dramatic pose or two, but the styles aren't dropping. So we give her a tentative yes - and we thank the contest judges for bringing "sexy" hair back this year. This style is far, far more interesting to watch than the last Miss Universe. [Posted 5.28.21]

NAME:Rosalind Ventris

WHO IS SHE: Classical violist; co-artistic director (with her husband) of Britain's Cowbridge Music Festival

HER STYLE: Long with a hint of natural wave which gets turned up for performances; recently-added bangs fill the forehead

WHY WE LIKE IT: This is a concert-ready style, especially for musically dramatic moments. Her Instagram feed has clips showing the bangs bouncing with eye-popping perfection on key notes. And they're cut deeply enough to provide plenty of room for the long hair to flex and bounce. It's a great contrast: part of the style manuevering as it will, but another part seemingly ready to provide strong-holding protection.

SUPER-HAIR? Yes, with a double-forte. Even though the bangs may loosen at times to expose the forehead, this style has great control and beauty to match. And if anyone tries to come after her hair, she's armed with a bow. Bravo! [Posted 5.14.21]

NAME:Anna Wiernicki

WHO IS SHE: Washington correspondent who primarily appears on Nexstar TV stations across the U.S.

HER STYLE: Mid-length sidepart with a little natural waviness

WHY WE LIKE IT: Even though she's often outside and in motion during her reports, she prepares her styles very well for the camera. Wind might blow the hair back, but that makes the hair of this self-proclaimed "displaced Texan" wider and even more impressive. She uses her ears for security when she must (as in our vidcap), but we don't think she prefers that.

SUPER-HAIR? From what we've seen, she does. Even when she sets the style close to her left eye, she cares enough to keep it controlled. And she likes to wear bright colors, which make the blonde hair stand out even more. So when does she get her own show on NewsNation? [Posted 4.30.21]


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