Actress Marisa Tomei rocked a ponytail hairstyle during the 2010 CNN Heroes: An All-Star Tribute held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. The classic ponytail works for Marisa Tomei while drawing attention to her face and eye-catching lip color.
Marisa Tomei, at the LA Film Festival screening of her new movie Cyrus, shows off her graceful, unfussy updo. For this slightly messy bun the key is texture. There are many ways to create this look but one tip is to put your hair in a ponytail with an elastic tie by flipping your hair upside down, especially if you want a higher updo like Marisa Tomei. Then wrap the ponytail around the tie securing with pins. After your bun is secured, you can run your fingers through any section you’d like to loosen.
Marisa Tomei is clearly having a bad hair day while attending The Art Of Elysium 2nd Annual Black Tie Charity Gala “Heaven”
If you look closely she isnt only having a hair malfunction but slightly a dress one as well ! This hairstyle is just all wrong for Marisa Tomei, her hair also appears to be frizzy dry and brittle which could be from over styling, heating and coloring. Marisa would have done well with a updo hairstyle, or even something as simple as a ponytail hairstyle to mask the damage to her hair.
Here are some great tips for dry and damaged hair and how to keep it healthy and repair it.
Use vinegar as a conditioner. Massage it into your scalp or soak your hair in vinegar and water before you shampoo. This will eliminate dandruff as well as restore dry hair.
Rub oil into your scalp. Then cover your hair with a hat, leave it on overnight and shampoo and rinse the oil out next morning. Olive oil and coconut oil work the best.
Lather your hair with an egg whipped into tepid water. Make sure the water is not too hot. Rinse the egg out with tepid water afterward.
Combine all three to deep-treat damaged hair. Mix three eggs, two tablespoons olive or safflower oil, and one teaspoon vinegar. Apply it to your hair, cover with a plastic cap for 30 minutes and then shampoo it out.
Run your hair through cold water. This will lock in the moisture.
Wash your hair in warm or cool water, not hot. Use a shampoo rich in Vitamin E. Use a leave-in conditioner.
Preventing Dry/Damaged Hair
Avoid shampooing too often. Doing so more than once a day will dry out the hair and scalp. This is especially true in cold weather.
Reduce the use of the hairdryer. The hot air will dry and damage your hair. If you do use a dryer, use the cool setting.