Each year, our Best of Denver awards for Best Hair on a Denver TV personality -- females and males alike -- are among the most heavily contested of any on our annual list.
Now, the top picks are out -- but what about the nine finalists in each category who finished just out of the money?
Ladies first. Continue to see those in the female category who missed by just a hair -- and keep counting down until you reach this year's number one.
Number 10:Jessica Oh, 9News Number 9: Britt Moreno, CBS4 Continue counting down the 2014 top ten Best Hair female Denver TV personalities. Number 8: Kellie Patterson, 7News Number 7: Shanna Mendiola, Fox31/CW2 Continue counting down the 2014 top ten Best Hair female Denver TV personalities. Number 6: Colleen Ferreira, 9News Number 5: Hema Mullur, Fox31/CW 2 Continue counting down the 2014 top ten Best Hair female Denver TV personalities. Number 4: Lauren Whitney, CBS4 Number 3: Keli Rabon, 7News Continue counting down the 2014 top ten Best Hair female Denver TV personalities. Number 2: Karen Leigh, CBS4 Number 1: Corey Rose, 9News
Best of Denver 2014 award: "How did Corey Rose ever decide to go into TV news? Her glamorous look makes her seem more like a model, a spokeswoman, or one of those actresses who always seem to travel with their own personal wind machine. Her flowing locks, which appear to encompass all the colors of the follicle rainbow without looking bizarre, are so lush and lustrous that they cry out to be whipped around regularly, Willow Smith style. See if you can work that into the next newscast, Ms. Rose. We'll be watching."
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More from our Best of Denver archive circa March 2013: "Photos: Best Hair female Denver TV personalities -- the 2013 top ten."
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