In 1995, if you sat in your stylist's chair and asked for a Rachel, he knew exactly what you meant. The iconic layered and highlighted shag became synonymous with the name Rachel Green after Jennifer Aniston's portrayal of bubbly and hysterical Rachel on NBC's Friends.
Fast forward twenty years, and the 46-year-old blonde bombshell is still known for her gorgeous, healthy locks; particularly the perfect blend of blonde and brunette she's been sporting for years- long before bronde was even a thing. The star has never ventured far from her caramel tresses, aside from a very brief stint as a brunette in her early acting days.
And that commitment, it seems, is not accidental.
Yesterday, Jen sat down with Glamour magazine and talked about the Rachel, her love of highlights, and one particular trend she wishes would die.
"Pink and green hair could go away. I don’t understand that to be honest, especially the green!", Aniston laughed.
It's almost certain that Jen won't be asking for a Kylie look anytime soon. But one trend she does insist she'll stick to?
Dry Shampoo. And lots of it. Jen's love for skipping washes, she admits, stems partly from her relationship with long-time stylist and friend Chris McMillan, who makes her just leave it alone when she's not shooting.
"His big advice is the less you mess with your hair, the better. Less is more, don’t touch it, don’t wash it every day, and just let it be. That way, it saves up your hair’s energy for when you have to go to work and be on camera and put it under the hot lights and driers and rollers. It’s really just about doing less and using good products to maintain its health," the starlet told Glamour.
She added, "After the gym, if I have to be somewhere, I usually just throw some heat on it to dry the sweat and then do a little dry shampoo...I can last a good three or four days without washing my hair, and all of this stuff just kind of keeps it fresh and alive and smelling great."
For healthy tresses like Jen, we recommend starting with KEEP YOU, the five-star dry shampoo soaks up oils and smells like it's heaven-sent.
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Keep on, keepin' on, Jen!
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