Jennifer Aniston rose to fame with her role as Rachel Green on Friends. Her character was so popular, the haircut that she donned in the first two seasons in the ’90s was called “The Rachel.” The haircut was designed by Aniston’s hairstylist, Chris McMillan, to repair her damaged hair and grow out her bangs. The cut is a voluminous shoulder-length haircut with several distinct layers that have face-framing layers in the front as well. It teeters the line of both shag and bob haircuts. It quickly became a global trend and one of the most requested styles at hair salons throughout the decade! This has made “The Rachel” one of the most famous hairstyles in history and has remained popular for over 20 years since its debut. Despite its popularity, Aniston has publicly stated that she dislikes the hairstyle due to its difficulty to maintain and replicate without McMillan’s assistance.
How Aniston Stays In Shape
Besides her hair, Aniston is also known for having a super-fit body. Men’s Health readers voted Aniston as the Sexiest Woman of All Time in 2011, and the publication included her on its 100 Hottest Sex Symbols of All Time list. They attribute Aniston’s attractiveness to her “down-to-earth persona” that makes her seem “attainable.” Now in her 50s, Aniston has worked hard to maintain her strong muscles over the years and is only getting better at it with age. The Morning Show star said she is a big fan of Pvolve, a “science-led method that combines low-impact functional fitness with resistance-based equipment to deliver results beyond a traditional workout,” according to its website.
After starring in their campaigns in August, Aniston said she’s been motivated to work out in a way she hasn’t been able to in years. She feels “stronger and more comfortable in my body” when doing Pvolve’s challenging workouts. She found out about Pvolve by a friend two years ago and joined the company as a partner this year.
See below Jennifer Aniston looking youthful for decades: