Super-Hair Wars



College football season is approaching in the U.S. In the South, that will mean a lot of traditional rivalries. There's Auburn v. Georgia, Alabama v. Tennessee - and we're especially reminded of Louisiana State v. Mississippi. LSU senior Laryssa Bonacquisti is becoming as dominant here as Les Miles did on the football field for years. The reigning Miss Louisiana beat a Mississippi opponent, to win her second Super-Hair Wars match in a row!

For the second time this year, a Megan West entered our Wars. But the Jackson TV news anchor did not match the success of the movie star, as Bonacquisti bashed her by a 90-percent margin. "Love Megan's shininess," one voter wrote, "but Laryssa has much better body!" Another tried to provide us a headline for our page: "Bayou Beauty Bonacquisti Bests Blonde." Maybe it's time for us to add some freelance writers....

OUR NEXT CHALLENGER is a Fox News Channel reporter based in Los Angeles. Hillary Vaughn was suggested recently for our Hot List by a Hair Fan like you. If you have a great candidate for future Super-Hair Wars, please let us know by emailing Super Hair @

Based on our Super-Hair definition, if these two women met in a showdown, which style would win?

Voting filter is ON in Round 16.

ROUND 16 DEADLINE: Friday afternoon, 25 August (U.S. EDT).

Debate and discuss your choices on our message board, Let Your Hair Down.

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