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 often, as new styles and women come our way!

NAME: Alexis Bledel

WHO IS SHE: Emmy-winning actress currently appearing on Hulu's series The Handmaid's Tale (we misspelled her name on our Emmy ballot); best known for The Gilmore Girls

HER STYLE: Currently a bit below the shoulders with gentle waves

WHY WE LIKE IT: Her “Gilmore” looks didn't thrill us, but she's impressing much more these days. The wave is daringly placed close to her right eye, yet it stays strong under TV lights – and now it must, because we believe she's grown out the bangs she had for a time.

SUPER-HAIR? Sadly, this is where we recall the “Gilmore” looks. They were flatter, and they fell with ease. But her current styles seem to be another story. Some women's hairstyles simply get better with time, and she's a good example. [Posted 9.30.17]

NAME: Pam Bondi

WHO IS SHE: Florida Attorney General

HER STYLE: Bust-line straight, parted slightly off-center; wave added on occasion

WHY WE LIKE IT: Blonde hair with any amount of length is enough to get many Hair Fans' attention. But it's certainly unexpected on an elected official. She doesn't seem to add any products to it, which adds to the drama. But she uses her shoulders as a wall of protection for the hair when necessary.

SUPER-HAIR? The more we reviewed her pictures online, the more skeptical we became. But as an attorney like her might say, we found no conclusive evidence that the hair has fallen in her eyes. She gets a positive judgment from us – but we wonder what happened when she stepped outside during Hurricane Irma. [Posted 9.15.17]

NAME: Rebecca Sheehan

WHO IS SHE: TV news anchor/reporter in St. Louis

HER STYLE: Mid-length sidepart with plenty of teasing; at its best with round-brushed curls

WHY WE LIKE IT: With apologies to a country music act this look is big and rich. Bulging curl surrounds her face with hair. But ultra-teasing should keep the right side in line, and the curl combined with some teasing can keep an extremely high-risk left side from collapsing. We suspect hairspray is a must for her.

SUPER-HAIR? Hair Fans around St. Louis will have to help us here. We found nothing to indicate her hair has fallen, which is marvelous if it's true. We think she could pass for the twin sister of Brittany Jeffers – and in the world of Super-Hair, that's a big compliment. [Posted 9.1.17]

NAME: Julianna Goldman

WHO IS SHE: CBS News Correspondent; also seen in a couple of House of Cards episodes

HER STYLE: Currently shoulder-length with waves, although it's been straighter and shorter

WHY WE LIKE IT: We think the waves make her hair more attractive, while also making it stronger. With spray probably added, this becomes a style Hair Fans might want to muss – but find it very difficult to do.

SUPER-HAIR? It's been close to her eyes a few times, but never down from what we can tell. So she's as good as, uh, gold.[Posted 8.18.17]

NAME: Bethany Mota

WHO IS SHE: Fashion/beauty video blogger; author of Make Your Mind Up

HER STYLE: Medium-long with a part that seems adjustable; waves added on occasion

WHY WE LIKE IT: We learned about her by seeing her book, and the waves looked inviting and attractive. We were led to think she takes good care in keeping the hair in line, with waves controlling the overall look to assure that.

SUPER-HAIR? Alas, we checked her Twitter feed. Without the waves, straight hair seems to blow across her face with ease. So to borrow from her book, sometimes she's “Mota-vated” to have perfect hair – but sometimes not. In a battle of YouTube millennial hair, we think Chelsea Krost beats her most days of the week. [Posted 8.7.17]

NAME: Gaelle Baumann

WHO IS SHE: Professional poker player from France

HER STYLE: Medium-long and usually loose; tends to adjust the look between hands during tournaments

WHY WE LIKE IT: When she's in action, this hair isn't going anywhere. You might try to stare her (and it) down during hands, but she won't budge unless you eliminate her. And given her success record – almost making a final table at the World Series of Poker's Main Event a few years ago – that can be hard to do. We suspect her usually-stunning hair easily distracts other players, helping her cause.

SUPER-HAIR? You might think someone this cool and calculating would be as careful with her hair as with her chips – but not always. A couple of posed photos for a French online poker site show a few strands across her right eye. Yet with Vanessa Rousso stepping away from the table, this may be the best style for poker-playing Hair Fans to bet on. [Posted 7.21.17]

NAME: Laryssa Bonacquisti

WHO IS SHE: College student and journalist; model; crowned Miss Louisiana 2017 (supporters on Twitter would note she was Miss Shreveport, but the competition site says she's really from Baton Rouge)

HER STYLE: Long with adjustable waves; our photo from KTBS-TV shows fully-rolled curls with teasing around the crown

WHY WE LIKE IT: To borrow from a magazine which showed a similar look years ago, this is at its best a “lion's mane” of hair. Teasing (and, we suspect, some spray) clears the face. Then the hair is brought forward for “extra fullness” - a style in which Hair Fans could get lost for days, and not complain at all.

SUPER-HAIR? OK, we admit - it's not always this fully-loaded. But she's kept straighter and flatter styles out of her eyes as well, even though she's had a close call or two. So she gets a big YES from us – and if she adds a headband to our photo, we would declare her Wonder Woman and try to take her on. She'd win, of course, but the battle would be quite a thrill.[Posted 7.7.17]

NAME: Hillary Vaughn

WHO IS SHE: Fox Business/Fox News correspondent based in Los Angeles

HER STYLE: Medium-long, parted a bit off-center with varying wave

WHY WE LIKE IT:I love her wavy, shiny and thick blonde hair,” a Hair Fan wrote to us. “Occasionally blew with a smooth wind to make her more charming and charismatic.” We admittedly never put those descriptions with “wind” before when it comes to hair, but we suspect she found the right combination of lightness and hold to spray her left side into place for outdoor tests. Yet she can tuck the hair back behind her ear in challenging situations.

SUPER-HAIR? She's relatively new on the air and pictures of her are sparse, so we'll award her the benefit of the doubt and say yes. But we wonder – would her strong style be “more charming” if she was caught in a crosswind? [Posted 6.23.17]


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