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: Katie Amess

WHO IS SHE: Actress in movies such as Fifth of July and videos promoting LinkedIn; daughter of a long-time British Parliament member

HER STYLE: Medium-long sidepart; frequently straght and round-brushed

WHY WE LIKE IT: A Hair Fan wrote about her: "Great color, body, and looks natural, not stiff." While we haven't seen her much, we imagine a bit of roundedness provides her with a bouncy style when she wants it. When she occasionally adds waves, that's even better.

SUPER-HAIR? "Natural" sometimes can be trouble - and it is with her. Several photos on her Twtter feed show her hair in her eyes. So when it comes to style, her last name sometimes is sadly prophetic. [Posted 1.22.21]

NAME: Rebbeca "Becky G" Gomez

WHO IS SHE: "Latin pop singer" and actress, according to her website

HER STYLE: Long sidepart, at its best with added waves

WHY WE LIKE IT: She placed second in our poll for best hair at 2020 American Music Awards, and was our best discovery of the show. The style was glamorous, yet rested close to her right eye - but she cared enough not to do anything to disrupt it. That seems to be her habit with other styles and musical events as well.

SUPER-HAIR? At musical events, maybe. In photo shoots, sadly, no. An image search will bring you several settings where she posed with her hair in one eye. But "B-plus" hair from this "G" isn't bad at all. And she leaves us asking a tantalizing question: if this Gomez faced Selena Gomez in a Super-Hair War, who would win - and why? [Posted 1.8.21]

NAME: Lauren Molina

WHO IS SHE: Actress in New York stage shows such as Sweeney Todd and You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown; half of musical-comedy team The Skivvies

HER STYLE: Shoulder-length natural curls

WHY WE LIKE IT: "Nice bouncy looking curls," is how a Hair Fan described them. We think that's her best look, but she knows how to extend and stretch them to fit a role and a moment. Whatever she does with them, she knows how to position them well to stay away from her face - even straightening sections to tuck behind her ears if needed.

SUPER-HAIR? She had us ready to head for Manhattan and start hanging around stage doors. But deep in an image search, there's a quasi-romantic pose where she leans back and a roll of curl falls in her right eye. So we must say no - but that's the moment on stage we'd want to watch. Curl control is not always easy, yet she seems to take the drama out of it. [Posted 12.25.20]

NAME: Dr. Lindsay Weaver

WHO IS SHE: Chief Medical Officer with Indiana State Department of Health (not to be confused with the pro golfer)

HER STYLE: Long and center-parted with plenty of waves

WHY WE LIKE IT: When this woman appeared at a December COVID-19 briefing, we were astounded. This is a doctor near the "frontline" of the pandemic, yet this is a style that looks more prepared for a fashion runway than a basement bunker. The turns of hair around her cheeks likely are essential in keeping away from her face and in place.

SUPER-HAIR? She's had a few days where the waves broke down and she looked more like a busy working mother of five (which she is). But of all things, it took a virtual dance contest (she appears at the end) to bring down this style with a bit too much bounce into an eye. Awwwww - that's too bad for her. Because in this year of "quarantine cuts," she's proof that health care workers still can have healthy and impressive hair. [Posted 12.11.20]

NAME: Meredith Marakovits

WHO IS SHE: TV reporter for New York Yankees baseball games

HER STYLE: Medium-long blonde with deep teasing at the partline and degrees of wave

WHY WE LIKE IT: She was trending on our search engine, and pictures like this one on Instagram told us why. She knows how to prepare her hair for any situation, with more wave when necessary and not much tying-back. A high forehead works in her favor, as she can pull the long hair around her face to escape flopdowns.

SUPER-HAIR? It's awfully close, but we're going to borrow from her main network and say YES. Wind can blow her hair around, but we've found no proof that it blew the styles completely down. And we're not counting a couple of clubhouse Gatorade/champagne pours, because we make exceptions for wet hair moments. As Yankee radio legend John Sterling might say, this hair can be "Marak-o-lous" to behold. [Posted 11.27.20]

NAME: Kelly Powers

WHO IS SHE: New York "physician and surgeon," as she's titled on Fox News Channel; contributor to other TV outlets as well

HER STYLE: Medium-long and parted off-center; at her best with rolled waves

WHY WE LIKE IT: We found her through a clip of the old middle-of-the-night show Red Eye. She could easily make Hair Fans lose sleep with a perfect style like this - looking delicate and vulnerable, but undoubtedly sprayed into place. This is hair that we want to examine carefully, testing each curl for its weight and strength. The sections closest to her eyes probably are the sturdiest.

SUPER-HAIR? Based on the online search we did, our answer is yes. It's no wonder she's been a New York magazine cover model, as different looks for her are nearly as eye-catching. The drama would come when she walks the streets of Manhattan. What could a wind gust from around a skyscraper do? This former college cheerleader probably is ready for a "Powers play" - no emergency necessary. [Posted 11.14.20]

NAME: Olivia Krauth

WHO IS SHE: Reporter with the Louisville Courier Journal

HER STYLE: Currently mid-length natural waves, after being shoulder-length for years and sometimes straight-maned

WHY WE LIKE IT: She may work for a newspaper, but she seems to care about her hairstyles as much as any TV reporter. They always seem to be camera-perfect. And she has plenty of defense methods, from extra waves to a little tucking-back behind ears or shoulders.

SUPER-HAIR? In public appearances - yes, from what we can tell. She's a strong reporter with strong hair to match. When she reports on outdoor events like Brionna Taylor marches - we don't know. Journalists tend to turn their cameras toward the news event, not each other. If someone's doing the opposite (and you know who you are), please prove us wrong. [Posted 10.30.20]

NAME: Nimisha Odedra

WHO IS SHE: Comedian who appears in the short film HotHed and on BBC Radio's Asian Network

HER STYLE: Long sidepart, usually with natural waves

WHY WE LIKE IT: A Hair Fan who discovered her wrote: "Deep rich color; lots of shine, body and thickness". When she shows it off, it bounces temptingly close to an eye - more the stuff of Hair Fan drama than comedy.

SUPER-HAIR? Add some wind to that bounce, and the answer is no. Her Twitter account includes a "coronavirus walk" outside, where she struggled to keep control and the hair dropped more than once. But we thank you for introducing us to her - and we understand why "Nim" would make Hair Fans go "nom, nom." [Posted 10.16.20]


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