Super-Hair Wars



October in North America can make some sports fans dream of baseball playoff games (even if regulation games last 4 1/2 hours) or football action. But it's also the start of ice hockey season - and for Michaela Johnson, that means a busy season. The co-host of The Rhode Show on Providence television is also involved with Boston Bruins home games. Yet Johnson seems to keep her hair in good shape through it all - and that now makes her a two-time Super-Hair Wars winner!

Johnson made quick work of Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi, even though we extended the contest by a week for a vacation break. The Rhode Islander rolled up 82 percent of your votes, as Bondi was panned by voters for having "roots [that] are terrible." (At least no one tried to write "blondie Bondi" poems.) Johnson secures a spot in our Duels of December, and now can add a third win to her record....

OUR NEXT CHALLENGER is the head coach of the dance team at Aquinas College in Michigan. Renee Cavaliere also is a public school special education teacher. She appears here for the first time because a Hair Fan like you discovered her and let us know about her. There's still time to enter a Wars candidate for the 2017 season; send your emails to 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 20.

ROUND 20 DEADLINE: Friday afternoon, 27 October (U.S. EDT).

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

Super-Hair Wars results, standings and winning styles: 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000

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