Local Newswomen with Best Hair Named

By Stephanie Tsoflias Siegel 

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Local female anchors with the best hair in the business have been named.

The winners of the Hairry Awards have been released Getgoodhead.com. It’s been two years since the website, known for its eye for good hair in the business, ranked the best hair amongst women in local news.

“As hair experts, we scour multiple images and video from all of our potential winners. Then we consult with other stylists and creatives in the field to eventually narrow it down to one HAIRRY Winner and one HAIRRY Runner-Up,” the site says.

Here is the criteria for selecting the winners:

First, we listed all of the local TV stations in the state. (Y’all – you should see the number of spreadsheets and Google docs we use for this thing. INSANE!)

Then, we pulled the headshots of all the on-air talent from each station. (It all starts with a good headshot. This cannot be overstated. If your headshot sucks, we move on. With thousands of women to go through – we can’t put on our investigative journalist hats and find your Match.com profile for a good headshot.)

Next, we narrowed it down to those who exhibited the four factors mentioned above. We looked at social media profiles (and reels, when available) to get a more accurate assessment of the hair.

Finally, through much deliberation and comparison, we picked our winner (aka: “Best Hair”) and our Runner-Up(s).

NBC was the most nominated network with 29 Hairry-Award recipients. Next was CBS with 28 and ABC with 25. California, Texas, Illnois and Florida has the highest number of women with good hair.

Click here to see the full list of winners.

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