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?
(NOTE: While we strive to keep Super-Hair a family-friendly site, this area is for hard-core Hair Fans. Things may get a bit intense for some readers.)
NAME: Julia Boorstin
BACKGROUND: Senior Media and Technology Correspondent for CNBC; Hair Fan's Hall of Fame member; four-time Crown Award winner
THE STYLE: Currently slightly below shoulder-length with varying waves and curls
THE CHALLENGE: Every July, she heads to Sun Valley, Idaho to cover a major conference of business executives. She interviewed several leaders outside - and a mountain breeze was blowing often.
RISK FACTOR: We don't see her outside a studio often, so this should be a true test of this style's beauty and control. But she clearly knows how to prepare her hair; it looked flawless when she was at home during the height of COVID-19. Depending on the strength of the wind, we'd rate this a 9 on our 10-point scale.
Can Boorstin's brilliantly brushed mane rise to this high-altitude test? Will she make any adjustments for the weather - and will they be the right ones? Is this reporter ready to shine like the "Sun," or is her hair heading for the "Valley" of the shadow of death?
For the answers, click here....
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