Jennifer Aniston can't stop talking about the supremacy of her hair, and we don't mind!
Now that she has her haircare company, Living Proof, to promote, we can expect her to let loose with plenty more hair secrets, and she recently sat down with Marie Claire to get to the root of her tresses!
Regarding her God-given locks, Jennifer said:
"I have naturally wavy, frizzy Greek hair, and over the years it's taken a beating from blow-dryers, flatirons, curlers, and extensions, which I think are the most damaging. I couldn't get it to grow because it just kept breaking. Even when it was longer, it didn't look long because the ends were so thin. I ended up using clip-in pieces just to fill it out. There's only so much hair can take. Mine was really brittle, dry, and dull, but the Living Proof Restore Mask Treatment brought it back to life."
Way to plug that product, Jen!
She goes on to admit styling The Rachel was way harder than it looked, saying:
"The Rachel was high maintenance. I'd curse Chris every time I had to blowdry. It took three brushes—it was like doing surgery! Now I apply Living Proof Prime Style Extender and let it dry naturally for about an hour. Once it's halfway dry, I use low heat around the hairline and twist the strands with my fingers to get the cowlicks out. It's done in 10 minutes."
But can you guess whose hair she envies most? Jen confessed:
"Kate Middleton. Does she do her hair herself? She's got a hard job, being scrutinized like that. When I have a bad hair day, my hair just goes in a clip."
The actress also reveals that, in another life, she may have become a hairdresser herself! She said:
"In elementary school, I would use a curling iron and end up burning my forehead. I was a closeted hairdresser. I did my mom's highlights with one of those caps with the holes—I even gave her a perm! I may have had another career if the acting thing hadn't worked out."
Well, we sure are glad it did!
[Image via Living Proof]
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