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On a night when Hollywood tried to affirm a commitment to respecting women after decades of the opposite, it was bizarre to see a L’Oréal commercial that likened a famous actress’ career to damaged hair. Even more strange, perhaps, was that a vocal minority of viewers seemed to love the spot—even as it was being skewered by almost everyone else.