Super-Hair Wars



We admittedly don't know a lot of German. But when we found "haare" was a Pinterest category for Germany's Sarah Maria Mohn, we knew what it meant. She apparently thinks about it a lot, as that area has more than 150 pins. The pictures are long and short, curly and straight - but surprisingly none of her. Maybe Hair Fans will add Mohn to their own collection, now that she's won two Super-Hair Wars contests in a row!

Georgia convention center Hayley Henderson gave Mohn a good match, but the European slowly pulled away to win with 54 percent of the votes. "I like the natural style," wrote one Mohn supporter (we think). "Hayley has more body and better thickness," wrote another voter. As for the questions about not listing the defending champion on top of the poll, another commenter gave what should be the obvious answer: "alphabetical order." It's something we've done in the Wars for years. But Mohn will be on top now, because....

OUR NEXT CHALLENGER is a journalist who's on maternity leave from a St. Louis television station, and currently promoting her own jewelry line. She's a Top Ten Tresses member as well. We're waiting for your solid-gold Wars candidates; offer them by emailing SuperHair @

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

Voting filter is ON in Round 7.

ROUND 7 DEADLINE: Friday afternoon, 27 April (U.S. CDT).

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

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