Non-Traditional Pageant Hair Styles Can Win Too!
While there are specific pageant hair styles that win the most, there are always a few exceptions to the rule, which is important … because if you are one of those wonderful, unique individuals, who can win with an image or hair style that completely contradicts usual pageant competition logic… you go do it girl! Several contestants have flat our contradicted the expectations for what hairstyles can win in pageantry, and have won major national titles!
One of the best examples is Heather Renee French, Miss Kentucky, who won the Miss America 2000 title after competing with a modern, yet feminine, short cropped hairstyle that was an absolute first in that pageant system!
Similar superb role models for individuality are Miss USA 2003 Susie Castillo and Janel Bishop Miss Teen USA 1991, who both won with adorable spiral curls, Miss USA 2002 Shauntay Hinton, who won with extremely short hair, and Miss USA 1982, Terri Utley, who won with a lovely soft short hairstyle. These wonderful young women superbly demonstrate the importance of being yourself and being confident in your own style.
Take your non-traditional pageant hair style and go make it the new favorite pageant hair style.
Examples of non-traditional pageant hair styles that won:
- Miss USA 2003, Susie Castillo – spiral curled hair style (bottom left)
- Miss USA 2002, Shauntay Hinton – ultra short hair (below top right)
- Miss America 2000, Heather Rene French – very short hair (Far right)
- Miss Teen USA 1991, Janel Bishop – spiral curled style (bottom right)
- Miss USA 1982, Terri Utley – ultra short hair style (below right)