L’Oreal’s Commercial Starring Winona Ryder Compares Her Profession To Damaged Hair
Sunday night’s 75th annual Golden Globes ignited a spike in social media frenzy — and never simply due to the #TimesUp and #MeToo movements. Turns out L’Oreal’s industrial advertising its Elvive hair products also had of us on the internet speaking quite bellagio hair a bit. The star of the one-minute clip was none apart from Winona Ryder. Let’s set the scene: she’s in her dressing room, clad in a sleeveless black gown together with her wavy, chestnut brown hair flowing. Pacing around the room, she picks up her script and goes over the traces.
Ryder’s face isn’t revealed until the final 20 seconds and up to that point, it’s unclear as to what the industrial is for (although you may need had an inkling as she twirls her hair a number of instances throughout the opening scene).
The ending of the business when Ryder hits the stage is the half where it will get tricky. MoZella’s track, “Anything’s Possible” cues up as the tagline “Everyone loves a comeback” seems. It continues, “Damaged hair deserves one too.”
Oh, the drama. Ryder’s profession is being in comparison with broken hair! Inside seconds, it grew to become a controversy as viewers hopped on Twitter to voice their opinions on the spot.
Yes, Ryder did hit a career roadblock after the whole shoplifting incident in 2001. Remember those “Free Winona” T-shirts She has, yes, then made a comeback in her position as single mom Joyce Byers in Netflix’s Stranger Issues, which earned her a nomination at the Globes for Best Actress in a Tv Sequence Drama.