Known for her golden, sun-kissed Californian highlights and trademark sleek layers, it's only been in recent years that we realised the actress is actually blessed with a full head of natural curls.
You'd never guessed based on her TV appearances and red carpet photos, but Jennifer Aniston has naturally wavy hair. The Friends star shared a rare glimpse at her gorgeous natural texture on Instagram yesterday, to the delight of many of her followers.
Jennifer Aniston has the most famous hair in Hollywood thanks to her perfectly blown out locks, but the actress gave her fans a sneak peek at her natural curls before her hair dryer did its work.
Not only did she actually hate “the Rachel” haircut that launched a million copycats (she called it “a pain in the butt” to maintain, because of her naturally thick, wavy texture—relatable!) she actually prefers her hair straight.
Aniston's signature beachy golden blonde may look effortless, but there's a lot of meticulous, time-honored work that's gone into achieving and maintaining it.
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When asked; "How often do you wash your hair?" She answered; "If I'm working, every day. If I'm not working I try to, you know, every three days."
Since she burst onto the scene in the 1990s with 'The Rachel', Friends star Jennifer Aniston has had the most enviable locks in Hollywood. And if you're wondering how the 54-year-old's hair looks so great, we think we have the answer. It's a glossing detangler that she helped develop herself!
We never use curling irons or flatirons on her hair. We always try to work with her natural texture and use round brushes to give a soft curl."
In straight type, thin hair was judged most attractive, whereas in wavy type, hair with mean diameter received the highest attractiveness judgments. In conclusion, there was considerable variation in age, health and attractiveness perception of hair with regard to effects of hair diameter, type, and color.
JENNIFER ANISTON'S Wigs are like NATURAL hairs
When her character Rachel debuted a straight textured bob during her time on Friends, she established The Rachel haircut as a must-have hairdo for every woman.
Hair icon Jennifer Aniston may be best known for her '90s "The Rachel" haircut, but those choppy layers aren't the only trend that she's introduced to the masses.
Jennifer Aniston loves the Restorative Shampoo and Conditioner from her haircare brand, LolaVie. The actress also loves the Glossing Detangler for her hair which “can get kind of nasty and hard to brush through when it's wet.” LolaVie is now officially available at Ulta Beauty.
Now you know what is the most common hair colour in the world, but what about the rarest? The rarest natural hair colour is red, which makes up only one to two percent of the global population.
Type 1A hair is very straight and fine, with no waves or curls whatsoever. This hair type tends to get very oily and requires frequent shampooing. It is the rarest hair type and is common among women of Asian descent.
The style: It wasn't until 2001 that the signature 'Rachel' style received a sleeker update. The style: In 2002, the actress opted for a perm-inspired, beachy wave look. The style: A year later, she opted for a lighter and smoother style. The style: This is the closest Aniston has ever come to having a fringe.
If you're wondering how the actor gets her hair so sleek and shiny, well, some of the credit has to go to her longtime hairstylist Chris McMillan, who she has worked with since the Friends days. However, Aniston has also been known to have keratin hair treatments to smooth frizz and boost shine.
“I've been using Vital Proteins specifically since 2014. My doctor gave it to me and said, put this in your shake in the morning. I noticed the difference in my hair, my nails, my workouts—I just noticed a real benefit from it,” she explained.
"The real reason I cut my hair? My real hair was getting thinned out again from all the extensions," she explained of the chin-skimming chop. "It was starting to look fake."
McMillan notes that the key to Aniston's exact blowout is to lift and dry the roots. He adds, “To achieve this look, I take one and a half sections starting at the nape and blowout from towel dried freshly shampooed hair and towel dried, usually no products in the hair, so the blowout lasts.”
Aniston's first mistake, as she noted, was not moisturizing before her spray tan session, says tanning expert Jordan Cook. "Moisture is key to a flawless tan — before and after," she shares.
I can go the day on five hours of sleep and I'll make up for it over the weekend'… and over time, it was really starting to affect every single part of my daily life," Aniston tells USA TODAY.
Aniston gets her hair colored every five weeks
"We refresh the color every five weeks, if anything needs correcting we do that," he told INSIDER. Canalé is referring to when Aniston has to deviate from her usual color for a movie role, such as in "Dumplin," where her hair was blonder than normal.
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It's all thanks to Aniston's longtime makeup artist, Gucci Westman, who told Marie Claire Australia that Aniston uses the hydrating skin tint foundation.