Wichita, KS, May 08, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Women with great hairstyles can be found around the world. But only one event brings top national heads of hair together in a contest, with votes deciding the champion.
Super-Hair World Cup IV is currently in group play, with 16 nations represented by only one leading hairstyle. Fans can vote in four groups at the celebrity hair website Super-Hair.Net, with head-to-head matches changing every Friday U.S. time.
"The United States is the two-time defending World Cup champion," said the webmaster of Super-Hair.Net. "But supermodel Angie Everhart, the 2006 and 2010 winner, was eliminated during U.S. qualifying votes during April. That could put the 2014 title up for grabs."
Super-Hair World Cup IV is modeled after soccer's FIFA World Cup, with nations qualifying for it through international tournaments since 2011. The contestants range from international pageant winners to television news reporters and singers. The winners of the four groups will advance to semifinal playoffs, beginning June 13 -- and in every case, online voters pick the winners.
Super-Hair.Net has honored the top celebrity hairstyles of today and modern times since 2000, with a mix of information and interactive competitions. Over the years, the site has received about 1.5 million visitors.
Note: A list of the Super-Hair World Cup IV entries follows. Interviews about World Cup IV and Super-Hair.Net are available; contact Richard at 1-316-295-3321 (U.S.).
Super-Hair World Cup IV Entries:
Australia - Delta Goodrem.
Belarus - Victoria Azarenka.
Canada - Emmanuelle Chriqui.
Colombia - Shakira.
Dominican Republic - Amelia Vega.
Egypt - Danielle Hamamjdian.
England - Kate Beckinsale.
Ireland - Aoife Walsh.
Mexico - Ninel Conde.
Peru - Daniela Ganoza.
Romania - Lorena Menghia.
Slovakia - Jeanette Borhyova.
Spain - Penelope Cruz.
United States- Victoria Warren.
Venezuela - Maria Gabriela Isler.
Vietnam - Betty Nguyen.