Hair That's Hot!!!!


This section examines the best celebrity styles Hair Fans have seen lately - posted here even before they hit the Top Ten or enter a Super-Hair War. We update our Hot List regularly, as new styles and women come our way!

NAME: Judy Greer

WHO IS SHE: Actress in many series and movies such as The Thing About Pam; spokesmodel in numerous TV and online commercials, seen here promoting Sonesta Hotels

HER STYLE: Based on this ad, shoulder-length sidepart with light waves - but check her video resume and you'll find it can be less dressy than this

WHY WE LIKE IT: She walks around the hotel with the hair lightly bouncing, but 100% holding. The style is so close to the right eye that we're looking for a flaw, or some potential danger to threaten it. But we suspect the spray on that side is stronger than the video looks.

SUPER-HAIR? Leaning toward saying no. She's had a lot of different styles on screens and red carpets, including some with bangs. But a couple were too close to her eyes for us to think they stayed out of trouble all night. Yet this ad really made us notice her - because she reminds us here of Donna Mills in her prime, about 50 years ago (and sometimes still today). It's hair at the brink of peril, yet seemingly secretly able to handle any challenge. [Posted 5.26.23]

NAME: Kaitlan Collins

WHO IS SHE: CNN anchor, host of polticial town hall meetings (not to be confused with Adelaide TV anchor Kate Collins)

HER STYLE: Medium-long sidepart with added curls

WHY WE LIKE IT: Imagine CNN's Erin Burnett with a few added inches of hair, and you have this woman. There's good body in this style. She seems to rely on the weight of curls for control as a first option for hold, placing the hair close to her right eye as she does. If that doesn't work, she's not afraid to go defensive and use her ears for support.

SUPER-HAIR? We've found no evidence of any drops - not even from the right-wingers who seem to enjoy calling her names. If she's moving permanently away from White House reporting to anchor desk duty, we think this hair will be fine for some time to come. While Donald Trump may consider her "nasty," we don't think her hair is at all. [Posted 5.12.23]

NAME: Tasha Layton

WHO IS SHE: Christian singer; 2010 American Idol contestant; former backup singer for Katy Perry

HER STYLE: Usually like this photo we found on Facebook from a concert - center-parted with stretched waves (which we think she adds) on either side

WHY WE LIKE IT: While we admitedly have not seen her perform in-person, she appears ready for a lot of on-stage movement. The waves likely are sprayed into position, so quick turns will only flex them. We'd say "bounce," but the hair is relatively tight around the head. That can help with control as well.

SUPER-HAIR? After watching a pandemic-era "acoustic" video where a crosswind on her back porch tried to undo it... we say YES! The hair held, staying out of her left eye by an eyelash. It's what might be called in church-speak a "tough love" style. And we can't help thinking about a line in another of this woman's songs: "I was running and running and running..." Are Hair Fans allowed to join God in "chasing and chasing and chasing"? [Posted 4.28.23]

NAME: Bett Shelby

WHO IS SHE: Special Assistant women's basketball coach at Arizona; formerly at West Virginia

HER STYLE: Long with well-prepared waves and flipped-back layers

WHY WE LIKE IT: Not since "Ultimate" Carolyn Peck have we seen hair this stunning on the sidelines in women's hoops. Imagine this look a little wider on each side, and that's what we saw as Arizona was eliminated from the NCAA tournament by Maryland. She's clearly added fluff to her mane since she started at West Virginia, and the result is a perfect-looking style with enough strength for modest movement during games.

SUPER-HAIR? We csn't find any evidence that it's dropped, so we'll give her a very hopeful yes. But we'd love to see this style in a sweaty practice session - especially in Tucson during summer. Could she have both "spin moves" and "beauty"? [Posted 4.14.23]

NAME: Megan Conder

WHO IS SHE: Social media manager for the Arizona resort management company Troon; former pro golfer on lower-level U.S. tours

HER STYLE: Mid-length, parted a bit off-center; apparetly naturally straight, but we say it's best with added waves

WHY WE LIKE IT: A Hair Fan actually found this woman while looking for someone else. We decided it was a good find, because the waves add nice strength and hold. That's especially true on the right side in this vidcap from her Instagram feed. A quick back-and-forth turn to the left brought hair forward, but not much.

SUPER-HAIR? With the waves, it could be. Without them, we don't think so; several photos show wind can blow her style with ease. If she's left the golf tours for good, we may not get a definitive answer. But we hope she uses her social media skills to keep us interested. [Posted 3.31.23]

NAME: Mikayla Roberts

WHO IS SHE: Actress/model based in Los Angeles (as opposed to others with the same name in other cities), who appeared in the Netflix film A Love Song for Natasha

HER STYLE: We say her best look has big natural curls, stopping slightly above her shoulders; occasionally extended to ultra-long braids

WHY WE LIKE IT: If it's not obvious, the Hair Fan who suggested her put it this way: "bouncy natural curls." She shows little sign of using spray or some other means of hold. Instead, she gets a perfect haircut and keeps it in shape. Besides occasional comb-back teasing to clear the face, that's it. The curls might flex, but they're unlikely to droop and fall.

SUPER-HAIR? That's the problem - her "best look" is not what she's normally wearing these days. Her Instagram and TikTok accounts show photos with long braids covering her left eye. Trendy, we suppose. But it's not Super - and not the sort of style Hair Fans probably would want to handle. [Posted 3.17.23]

NAME: Jessie Diggins

WHO IS SHE: U.S. cross country skier who won her country's first individual world championship in late February

HER STYLE: Away from the race course, long and loose with perhaps some natural waves

WHY WE LIKE IT: If she's not racing or in training, she lets the style go - and she knows how to do it. Long thick hair goes behind the shoulders, or gets combed over and thrown to one side. Only for "glamour" moments does she add curl or even put the hair behind her ears.

SUPER-HAIR? While she gets the gold for skiing, we must say no here. Several photos online show all that hair either in an eye or at the very brink. But we'd challenge her to unbraid the hair for upcoming races, and simply protect it with a ski cap like Suzy Chaffee and Lindsey Vonn used to do. That's high-speed style drama that could warm up even the chilliest Hair Fan. [Posted 3.3.23]


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