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It’s hard to talk about Jennifer Aniston without mentioning her hair.
At the Women’s Wear Daily Beauty CEO Summit on Thursday, Aniston represented haircare brand Living Proof, which according to WWD, she bought out in 2012. This is another beauty venture for the actress, as she is the face of Aveeno Skincare and created a signature fragrance back in 2010.
Sporting a more brunette look, which was integral for her role in the upcoming film “Cake,” Aniston says that her hair hasn’t always been perfect. During her adolescence, Aniston said she “hated” her hair as she “always had problem hair.” But since then, she’s had some help, “I sat in enough chairs of these amazing creators and learned how to manage it,” referring to her Living Proof partners, including hairstylist Chris McMillan.
In addition, Aniston revealed her favorite hairstyle she’s had, and it might surprise you. She revealed that her beachy waves in 2004’s “Along Came Polly” was one of her best looks. And if you thought she was going to say “The Rachel,” Aniston has publicly admitted that she wasn’t too fond of the cropped lob, which coincidentally was styled by a high McMillan.