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The 22nd Annual Crown Awards
Super-Hair's biggest event of the year puts you in charge! You nominated women for the best hairstyles of 2021. Then you voted for the winners - and we announced them during a live Google Meeting video conference 20 March. Thanks for your input, and congratulations to all our Crown winners!
BEST SHORT HAIR: COLLEEN WOLFE.
The morning host of the NFL Network pulled a Tom Brady, and scored a come-from-behind victory in the final week of voting.
Wolfe 38 percent, Kausar Mohammed 34%, Ariana DeBose 21%, Tati Gabrielle 3%, Ursula von der Leyen 3%.
BEST LONG HAIR: BIANCA MARQUES.
She may fake more than she sings on TikTok, but her ultra-long look keeps this top award in Brazilian hands for the third year in a row.
Marques 43 percent, Brooke D'Orsay 39%, Laura Tobin 13%, Michelle Brasier 4%.
BEST CURLS: MALIKA ANDREWS AND RACHAEL PRICE (TIE).
The "Curl Clash" ends in a knot for the second time, between the NBA Today wunderkind and the Lake Street Dive singer. The four-time defending winner here was not nominated this time.
Andrews 23 percent, Price 23 percent, Logan Browning 21%, Bailey Kai 18%, Michelle Brasier 15%.
BEST BANGS: SAM BOIK.
A big summertime change by the Denver Broncos in-game host pays off, as she wins a Crown for the third year in a row.
Boik 40%, Nicola Roberts 33%, Melissa Villasenor 23%, "Lisa" Manoban 3%.
BEST HAIRSTYLE ON TELEVISION: BREC BASSINGER.
A super-win for Stargirl, taking the TV title after narrowly missing last year.
Bassinger 39 percent, Lily Collins 22%, Rose Matafeo 17%, Katheryn Winnick 17%, Sandra Oh 4%.
BEST HAIRSTYLE IN A MOVIE: NAOMIE HARRIS.
A "Bond girl" - no, make that woman - wins this title for the first time, thanks to her role in No Time to Die.
Harris 25 percent, Elena Kampouris 24%, Alexandra Shipp 24%, Ariana DeBose 17%, Shailene Woodley 10%.
BEST HAIRSTYLE IN MUSIC: NICOLA ROBERTS.
Long thickness gives the British singer this prize for the first time since 2015.
Roberts 39 percent, Bianca Marques 25%, Rachael Price 25%, Anne Wilson 7%, Adele 4%.
BEST HAIRSTYLE IN ATHLETICS: VICTORIA AZARENKA.
Belarus involvement in the attack on Ukraine did not prevent the tennis star from winning this category for the first time in 2013, giving her 11 lifetime Crowns.
Azarenka 39 percent, Jasmine Perezchica 30%, Alex Morgan 17%, Montana Fouts 9%, Danielle van de Donk 4%.
NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR: ARIANA DEBOSE, KAJA PASCHALSKA (TIE).
A second tie in the voting left a star of the West Side Story remake even with an actress in the Polish TV series Klan.
DeBose 23 percent, Paschalska 23 percent, Tati Gabrielle 18%, Maitreyi Ramakrishnan 18%, Elizabeth Bond 17%.
BEST BLONDE: BROOKE D'ORSAY.
A Crown for a Hallmark Channel movie star. This photo was from a different category which she did not win, but Hair Fans thought it was better than what we posted for this cetegory.
D'Orsay 38 percent, Adele 28%, Samantha Ponder 21%, Katheryn Winnick 10%, Brec Bassinger 3%.
BEST BRUNETTE: NATASHA MAYMON.
An Australian actress was like her movie, as she was all the Rage. She denied a double for the Best Long Hair winner.
Maymon 33 percent, Bianca Marques 25%, Mina Kimes 21%, Lily Collins 17%, Kaitlyn Leeb 4%.
BEST REDHEAD: KAREN GILLAN.
The Scottish movie star wins the red Crown for the fourth time in eight years. An actress who had a huge Week 1 had little follow-up support.
Gillan 30 percent, Bekka Prewitt 26%, Alexis Nunes 21%, Elizabeth Bond 12%, Julia Boorstin 11%.
BEST SILVER HAIR: JINEEN MARIE (GLOVER).
A "singer, poet and hair influencer" influenced a flood of voters from Week 2 on. The "inspiration to all us gray/silver hair" (to quote one voter) has the highest percentage of any winner!
Marie 64 percent, Hillary Barnett Bitar 22%, Samantha Pollack 10%, Irena Blanco 3%, Andie MacDowell 1%.
BEST HAIRSTYLE IN JOURNALISM: ANDREA FLORES.
A late-night news anchor at KCRA-TV in Sacramento wins a category marked by no national names on the ballot.
Flores 41 percent, Fernanda Hernandez Martin 33%, Monica Day 15%, Luana Munoz 11%.
MAKEOVER OF THE YEAR: SAM BOIK.
The Denver favorite's new bangs led from wire to wire. She gains a "double Crown" for the second year in a row, giving her five in three years.
Boik 54 percent, Kathryn Dennis 19%, Logan Browning 15%, Lily Collins 8%, Kiara Barnes 4%.
BEST HAIRSTYLE IN WEATHER/SCIENCE: KYLEE MILLER.
Back in her home state of Michigan, the Detroit meteorologist wins her first Crown since the "Kylee Nation" year of 2016. "Kylee makes me smilee," one admirer wrote.
Miller 45 percent, Katie LaSalle 23%, Sheena Parveen 16%, Laura Tobin 13%, Diana Trujillo 3%.
BEST HAIRSTYLE IN GOVERNMENT/POLITICS: ILEANA GARCIA AND REGINA ROMERO (TIE).
A Florida State Senator and the mayor of Tucson, Arizona wound up deadlocked. (Yes, we recounted them.) A two-time winner in this area did not do well.
Garcia 31 percent, Romero 31 percent, Nancy Mace 23%, Kamala Harris 12%, Marsha Blackburn 4%.
BEST HAIRSTYLE IN SPORTS REPORTING: MINA KIMES.
A football analyst takes this title back to ESPN, after Fox Sports and NFL Network picked it off for a year.
Kimes 31 percent, Erin Andrews 21%, Malika Andrews 19%, Cassidy Hubbarth 15%, Samantha Ponder 15%.
BEST PONYTAIL: ROSEANNE PARK.
The K-pop group BlackPink wins a Crown for the second year in a row, as the added fringe of "Rose" held on at the end.
Park 26 percent, Erin Andrews 25%, Christen Press 25%, Jackie Guerrido 16%, Danielle van de Donk 8%.
BEST HAIR IN FINANCIAL REPORTING: JULIA BOORSTIN.
The CNBC correspondent wins this title for the second year in a row, closing the session with an 18 percentage point gain from a year ago. She now has four Crowns in five years.
Boorstin 50 percent, Alison Kosik 25%, Rahel Solomon 13%, Sara Eisen 8%, Kelly Evans 4%.
BEST HAIR IN A SOAP OPERA/TELENOVELA: BROOK KERR.
A former star of Passions made a strong debut here after moving to General Hospital. She defeated two co-stars, including a Hair Fan's Hall of Fame member.
Kerr 47 percent, Sair Khan 20%, Laura Wright 15%, Jacqueline MacInnes Wood 10%, Amanda Setton 8%.
SUPER-HAIR WARS CHAMPION HAIRSTYLE OF THE YEAR: LAURA TOBIN.
The Good Morning Britain meteorologist only won one match during the Super-Hair Wars regular season, but came from behind twice in the playoffs to win the title as a #6 seed.
D'Orsay photo courtesy IMDb; Paschalska photo courtesy Salon 24.
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