Super-Hair Wars



If ever a pageant queen knew how to fight for a great hairstyle, it's Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters. Part of the story of Miss Universe 2017 is how she survived a carjacking in suburban Johannesburg, South Africa by punching a suspect in the throat. Stopping Nel-Peters's blonde styles is proving to be difficult as well. She's now two-for-two in Super-Hair Wars 2018!

Nel-Peters made quick work of the Dominican Republic's actress/model Sonalii Castillo. In fact, Miss Universe shut her out - although the voting was light, early in the season. The Hair Fan who suggested Castillo may have wanted a picture of her hypercurls. But she showed straighter looks on Instagram in the run-up to this round, and we strive to have current pictures.

OUR NEXT CHALLENGER is a veteran TV reporter, who's the chief business correspondent for ABC News and a Top Ten Tresses member. Who else should be a contender in our Wars? Send your suggestions via email to SuperHair @

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

Voting filter is ON in Round 3.

ROUND 3 DEADLINE: Friday afternoon, 2 March (U.S. EST).

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

Nominations for "Wars '18" are open; send them to Super Hair @

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