Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast member Kyle Richards has the most covetable hair of all the housewives--at least that's our opinion. Her long, thick brown locks are all natural, and it's nice to see a brunette in the land of blondes.
Teresa Giudice isn't afraid to rock her classic New Jersey hairstyle. Her hair motto? The bigger, the better. However, we are glad she lost the '80s spider bangs that we've seen in old photos of her on the show.
Jill Zarin, the New York City housewives' mother hen, has a sleek, age-appropriate medium-length hairstyle with bangs. No extensions for this Upper East Side diva, but she definitely has her hair color done by the best of the NYC best!
At the complete opposite of the natural hair spectrum is Atlanta housewife Kim Zolciak--she of the Kim Zolciak line of wigs. Her own wigs cost over $12,000 a month (a little fact she let slip on Jimmy Kimmel), so let's hope her eponymous wig collection helps recoup her own hair maintenance costs.
As the self-proclaimed "Cuban Barbie" of the Real Housewives of Miami, Alexia Echevarria keeps her locks long and stays true to her doll inspiration when it comes to her hair color. Because when you think "mother of two," your next thought is clearly "I hope she looks like a Barbie doll."
Outspoken Atlanta housewife--and current Celebrity Apprentice competitor--isn't afraid to give anyone her opinion or a piece of her mind (or both). She also isn't afraid to experiment with different haircuts, hair colors and hairstyles.
Although her life is no longer the halcyon Orange County ideal since divorcing Simon, O.C. housewife Tamra Barney still looks the part. From her long blonde extensions to her oversized jewelry and hair accessories, Tamra thinks she's the epitome of California housewife chic. Us East Coasters don't agree.
Although she no longer stars on The Real Housewives of New York City, Bethenny Frankel remains a beloved "Bravolebrity." The brunette Skinnygirl and new mom has had two spin-off shows on the network since departing from Housewives: Bethenny Getting Married? and Bethenny Ever After.
Everyone's (and by "everyone" we mean "no one") favorite Beverly Hills housewife Camille Grammer has had a rough year, what with her exceptionally public divorce and all. Yet we still can't muster up that much empathy for a grown woman who thinks every argument needs to have a clear "winner," which also, according to Camille, is always going to be her. Consider us Team Kyle.
Though she's no longer welcome on The Real Housewives of New Jersey, Danielle Staub's epic antics and attitude, which got Teresa Giudice to flip over a table during the season one finale, will never be forgotten. It appears that Staub recently dyed her hair black--mourning the loss of her television gig, perhaps?