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Rebecca Romijn - Straight Sleek Pony Hairstyle - Copy Her Style

Rebecca Romijn's career is blowing up with her brand new starring role as Roxie Torcoletti on ABC's sizzling hot Witches Of Eastwick.

Privately the blonde beauty is living her dream life with an adoring husband (actor Jerry O'Connell) and beautiful twin babies (Dolly and Charlie) born nine months ago.  The happy family currently resides in Los Angeles.

(Image of Rebecca Romijn on Ellen on 9/29/09 - via YouTube.com - All Rights Reserved).

The native born California girl also continues to maintain her leading lady status in Hollywood with roles in a number of prominent film and television projects.  She recently wrapped production on the feature film "The Love Child," opposite Donald Sutherland and Sarah Roemer.

Romijn co-starred for two seasons on the Emmy nominated ABC comedy series Ugly Betty as Alexis Meade, formerly known as Alex Meade, the presumed dead brother of current MODE Magazine editor Daniel (Eric Mabius). In its debut season, the show won the Golden Globe for Best Television Series - Musical or Comedy and the Writers Guild Award for Best New Series.

Previously Romijn starred in the blockbuster hits "X-Men," "X2" and "X3: The Last Stand," opposite Hugh Jackman and Halle Berry. However it was her role in Brian De Palma's "Femme Fatale," opposite Antonio Banderas, that won her critical acclaim. In this film noir thriller, she plays a woman attempting to go straight while being haunted by her shady con-woman past.

(Image of Rebecca Romijn on Ellen on 9/29/09 - via YouTube.com - All Rights Reserved).

Other film credits include, "The Punisher," "Godsend," Rollerball," "Simone," "Lies and Alibis," "Man About Town" and "Lake City."

Romijn previously starred on the WB series Pepper Dennis. She began crossing over from the fashion world to TV with memorable appearances on the hit television shows Friends and Just Shoot Me, as well as hosting MTV's House of Style.

How To Copy Rebecca's Straight Sleek Pony Hairstyle

The Hairstyle: Rebecca's hair was a sassy sleek and straight ponytail with off-the-forehead slight bump.

How To Create Hairstyle: Follow the steps listed below to re-create Rebecca's sassy ponytail.

1.  Shampoo hair with cleansing products designed for your hair type, texture and current condition.  If hair is chemically treated (highlights, lowlights, color, relaxed or texturized) use a product designed to address those treatments.

2.  Apply a rinse-out conditioner and finish with a cool/cold water rinse.

3.  Towel blot and apply a conditioning/styling cocktail including a product to prevent frizz and to protect against heat styling.  For extra volume apply volumizing product to roots.

4.  Blow-dry hair straight with a three-inch paddle brush. Use a thermal ionic style brush to help straighten strands and naturally tighten cuticles so they appear glassy smooth and super shiny after blow drying.

Styling Secret: Set the front, top portion of the hair with large hot rollers for lots of lush volume for the potential bump.

5.  Remove hot rollers and allow to completely cool.  Use a Mason Pearson boar bristle brush to deconstruct curls.  Separate hair into four main sections.  Back-comb the entire head of hair with the Mason Pearson making sure to create the desired size bump adjacent to the top of the hairline.  Spray backcombed hair with styling hairspray.

6.  Lightly smooth teased hair down with your hands be sure to maintain the height and fullness.

7.  Direct hair from the front of the forehead and sides back into a high ponytail nestled right under the back of the crown.  Secure hair with a hair friendly elastic band.

8.  Spritz spray gel onto hands and run through from 1/2" below the roots to the ends.  Finish by smoothing over all of the strands hair with a ceramic flat iron.

(Image of Mason Pearson Boar Bristle Brush - All Rights Reserved).

Styling Secret: Move flat irons quickly over each strands making sure to apply a heat protectant product before using any hot tools.  Make sure the iron is not too hot or it may damage the strands.

Links

Rebecca's Celebrity Twitter at HairBoutique.com

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