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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: Natalie Clydesdale

WHO IS SHE: TV news reporter in Oklahoma City; narrow loser in Super-Hair Wars 2023 Round 1

HER STYLE: Medium-long with adjustable waves

WHY WE LIKE IT: "Great color, body and subtle waves," a Hair Fan told us. The body allows the waves to work. But we suspect the subtlety means the style still needs eome support. Our guess (we're open to ideas) is that straight sections near the crown are sprayed.

SUPER-HAIR? After searching quite a bit, she has it - well, so far. She's smart enough to tie her hair back when the Oklahoma wind gets fierce. But she's also shown impressive hold in some outdoor settings where you might not expect it. If only the online searches for her name would get rid of those horse photos. [Posted 2.3.23]



NAME: Sabrina Singh

WHO IS SHE: Deputy Press Secretary with U.S. Defense Department; former Deputy Press Secretary for U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris

HER STYLE: Medium-long and usually straight with bangs which she can place in a couple of ways

WHY WE LIKE IT: The bangs drew us in, even though she apparently brushes them to the side most of the time. Bringing them down across the forehead is a statement that her hair can't be conquered (to use Defense Department language) that easily. The bangs don't seem to be cut that deeply, increasing the risk of trouble in awkward situations - but in her job, that's not likely to happen.

SUPER-HAIR? As long as she keeps the bangs perfectly trimmed, we think so. She's had some very narrow escapes with the sideswept approach. And by the way: are we the only one who thinks this woman looks a lot like Lea Michele? The Michele approach with this style has won three Crown Awards. Sometimes playing "copycat" can be a good thing. [Posted 1.20.23]



NAME: Eva Kaili

WHO IS SHE: Member of the European Parliament from Greece; imprisoned as we write this due to corruption charges involving Qatar

HER STYLE: Medium-long and straight; waves added once in a while

WHY WE LIKE IT: She would be "arresting" for Hair Fans even without the criminal accusations, because she's placed the hair near her eyes without any pins most of the time at the E.U. She uses a variety of tuck-back looks with her ears to adjust her appearance and keep control when required.

SUPER-HAIR? She settled that well before her arrest. Her Instagram icon has hair covering her right eye. We can only imagine what inmates might be doing to it. [Posted 1.6.23]



NAME: Ali Bradley

WHO IS SHE: Reporter for NewsNation, becoming based in Phoenix; formerly an anchor in Seattle

HER STYLE: Medium-long, well-teased at a sidepart point; usually with waves, but can be straight

WHY WE LIKE IT: A Hair Fan put it this way: "Nice waves, length, color." The waves might add a bit of strength to her basic style, but we think the key is at the crown; combed either back, or up-and-over. Based on her Instagram account, we suspect she also adds a bit of spray for control.

SUPER-HAIR We don't think so. She's often outside along the U.S.-Mexico border, where wind can blow this style back. And what was that photo we found from her Seattle days, where she was sitting on a bathroom sink? The straight look appeared down in her left eye. But she certainly has hair worth watching, so we thank you for this suggestion. [Posted 12.23.22]



NAME: Althia Raj

WHO IS SHE: Reporter and columnist for Toronto Star; regular panelist on CBC News programs in Canada; podcast host

HER STYLE: Medium-long, with soft waves on the day we saw her on TV

WHY WE LIKE IT: This hair looks like it should be bouncy and shakable, yet we suspect she sprays it well for on-camera appearances. That only adds to the attractiveness, though. We think there's a touch of teasing on top as well. We were surprised to find in an image search that she used to have a shorter cut and even bangs; she's grown that out splendidly.

SUPER-HAIR? From what we've seen, it is. With occasionally messy bangs no longer an issue, this is a well-constructed style. But we couldn't find any outdoor photos - and we'd love to see how a style like this handles a windy wintry day on Parliament Hill. [Posted 12.9.22]



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]





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