Anyone can walk out of a salon with a great head of hair. But the women who can "keep their heads" when challenges come their way prove they're a cut above the rank-and-file. Their hair is great, and perhaps even Super. This area of the site shows potential Super-Hair facing the toughest tests. Can these women and their top-quality styles find ways to survive and escape?
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NAME: Zoe Mintz
BACKGROUND: TV meteorologist in Albuquerque, New Mexico
THE STYLE: Medium-long, parted a bit off center; frequently straight on-air
THE CHALLENGE: On a March afternoon, she was sent up to the roof of her station to report on the impact of a high wind warning. The gusts in New Mexico's capital reached 64 miles per hour!
RISK FACTOR: She tucks her hair behind her ears regularly in the studio for control - but she also practices the popular "full-forward" approach, with hardly any hair behind her shoulders. If she does this outside with wind this strong, the tension for these tresses will be palpable. This is absolute top-level 10 for risk.
Can the mane of Mintz have a masterful moment, facing high winds? Is there a holding trick up her sleeve that she's never displayed before? Will the final control rating for Zoe be hero - or zero?
For the answers, click here....
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