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: Lindsey Gort

WHO IS SHE: Actress currently appearing in the TV drama All Rise

HER STYLE: Shoulder-length or slightly longer sidepart with waves; might have well-hidden bangs

WHY WE LIKE IT: She plays an attorney, and her hair is perfect for impressing a jury. It seems to be molded into precise lines, probably sprayed down - and is often set so close to the right eye that the hold is stunningly strong. Turns and tilts don't seem to budge it at all. Many Hair Fans might watch and plot a way to test how strong it truly is.

SUPER-HAIR? In her TV role, yes. In real-life, no. She posed for one dockside photo where she seemingly shoved her hair to completely cover her right eye. Will art imitate that at some point? That's what makes great courtroom drama for Hair Fans - and we're watching quite carefully. [Posted 1.24.20]

NAME: Kristen Skovira

WHO IS SHE: TV news anchor/reporter in Colorado Springs (she's been on the air in other places)

HER STYLE: Medium-long, with an apparently adjustable part line and a bit of what a Hair Fan calls "subtle waves"

WHY WE LIKE IT: That Hair Fan also praised her for "good body and color." The color's not our issue - but the "body" of evidence is there. It can take however much wave she adds (usually not a lot) and make it look marvelous. But we suspect she adds some spray to keep her styles precise on the air.

SUPER-HAIR? She's worked in a lot of cities, yet pictures of her online are surprisingly sparse. We found no sign of a drop in her eyes, so we'll give her a benefit-of-the-doubt yes. But as loose as her hair sometimes can be on social media, we want to see this style climb Pike's Peak. [Posted 1.10.20]

NAME: Kathryn Tappen

WHO IS SHE: NBC Sports reporter, probably best known for hosting National Hockey League coverage

HER STYLE: Shoulder-length sidepart with adjustable waves

WHY WE LIKE IT: NBC colleague Jeremy Roenick got suspended for something like this - but we'll say she knows how to keep the right side of her style in place. And as close as it comes to her right eye, that's vital. Especially when the hair is straight, we think she must use spray for control. Whatever the brand, it works very well. And she has the smarts to wear hats outdoors in potentially troublesome situations.

SUPER-HAIR? As soon as we wrote that last sentence, we found an old sporting goods commercial for hats - and she needed one, as she mentioned having a "bad hair day" in the back seat of a taxi. Rolled-down windows threw hair in her face. So the answer is no, based on her time at NESN. But we think she's doing better now, in the network "major leagues." [Posted 12.27.19]

NAME: Ally Brooke

WHO IS SHE: Pop singer with tunes such as No Good; formerly with the group Fifth Harmony with Camila Cabello

HER STYLE: Long center-part, with natural-looking beachy waves

WHY WE LIKE IT: She stole the show for us with her opening medley at the Miss Universe 2019 contest. She flipped the hair a lot, but it never fell in her eyes over several minutes. We take that to mean she flipped it carefully. For a few minutes, we actually wondered if her hair was better than the contestants who were walking on stage.

SUPER-HAIR? As we feared.... it's not. She has plenty of provocative poses with her hair at the very edge of her eyes - but also a few where it's dropped. That's too bad. But her display at Miss Universe could inspire a lot of Hair Fans to find Fifth Harmony videos online - because the hair there apparently was better than we knew. [Posted 12.13.19]

NAME: Dr. Amina Aitsi-Selmi

WHO IS SHE: From her Twitter feed: "Transformational coach and consultant" based in London, reportedly advising top doctors and lawyers

HER STYLE: Based on recent YouTube photos, a shoulder-length sideparted bobloaded with natural curls

WHY WE LIKE IT: Her curls apparently aren't always like this, but we wish they were. They're full and inviting - but if you "go low" and reach for them, she'll probably thank you. Teasing around the crown (likely helped by spray) keeps looks like this in line. But to be honest, this look surprised us....

because this longer look from her profile pages is what attracted her to us. The longer curls are even fuller and wider. It's no wonder that this picture is making the social media rounds, and not the YouTube vidcaps.

SUPER-HAIR? It's awfully close, but we're saying no. Since the curls are natural, they're not likely to droop under ordinary circumstances. But a video from January with the shorter cut has a stray strand of curl which seems to drop into her right eye. All in all, though, this "life coach" must have a great hair coach. [Posted 11.29.19]

NAME: Yoonah Kim

WHO IS SHE: Classical clarinet player, performing with orchestras and on solo tours (not the member of a Korean rock band)

HER STYLE: Her promotional photo, which we saw first, shows a mid-length center part, with added wave and gradual bangs; her website hints the bangs may be gone for a wavy sidepart

WHY WE LIKE IT: The bangs are the key for us. They're light and potentially moveable at the forehead - but the longer they get, the higher the risk grows. She seems to have a flip of curl around the eyes for protection. But we wonder how strong it really is, and what sort of music could shake it into danger. Keep in mind that clarinets usually are two-hand instruments, so reaching for the style to make saves would be awkward.

SUPER-HAIR? We'd like to think so, but reluctantly conclude no. Her website has several performance clips where the bangs seem too long and cover an eye as she moves around. Maybe the more "glamorous" style is designed to stop that. Either way, we think she's worth a ticket to see what could happen. [Posted 11.15.19]

NAME: Simone Missick

WHO IS SHE: Actress currently starring in the new TV court drama All Rise; perhaps best-known for the Marvel movie Luke Cage

HER STYLE: Mid-length sidepart with a wide range of wave, from seemingly-natural full curl to softer looks like this one on her Twitter account

WHY WE LIKE IT: The curls tend to be medium-high when she's behind the bench on TV, and they come across as flawless. But the scripts take her away from the bench as well, and that's when the variety of curl is shown. No matter how she changes it, the styles seem to hold. The tighter the curl, the firmer and fiercer the hold.

SUPER-HAIR? We rise to the affirmative. Trailers and photos we found don't show any hair-dropping moments - and only a couple where she lets a strip of curl get tantalyzingly close to an eye. But we admittedly never saw her Marvel movie. If you did, please let us know: did "Misty Knight" have any dark moments of hair defeat? We're hoping not. [Posted 11.1.19]

NAME: Raveena Tandon

WHO IS SHE: Actress and movie producer in India

HER STYLE: Currently mid-length with plenty of added wave; part line and length have varied over the years

WHY WE LIKE IT: The Hair Fan who suggested her offered simply a photo with her hair longer, similar to our picture from Instagram. The right side of her style looks not only perfect, but heavy and strong. A good spray probably helps with that. But don't overlook what she does above the left eye - some combing over to create the space for the spray and waves to be effective.

SUPER-HAIR? Sorry. That same Instagram account has pictures where she apparently did not use those great tricks, and the hair plops into her eye. Where are the Bollywood stars who will resist such things - providing the hair tension often associated with other aspects of females in films? [Posted 10.19.19]


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