Jennifer Aniston has a famous head of hair — but you’d be surprised at what she thinks of her most copied coif.
“Have there been disasters? I think that’s a very relative term with hair. Let’s say there have been moments I’d rather not relive, like that whole Rachel thing,” she tells Allure of the ‘Friends’ ‘do that started it all.
“I love Chris [McMillan, her hairstylist], and he’s the bane of my existence at the same time because he started that damn Rachel, which was not my best look. How do I say this? I think it was the ugliest haircut I’ve ever seen. What I really want to know is, how did that thing have legs? Let’s just say I’m not a fan of short, layered cuts on me personally, so I don’t love revisiting that particular era,” she adds.
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The A-lister also has another well known asset: her bikini bod. And she works hard to keep it in shape.
“My stomach is not my hardest [challenge] — my derriere is much more my challenge,” she explains.
Her past few roles: “I didn’t wear mascara in ‘Just Go With It.’ It’s fun to transform a little bit — what did I have to lose? I was ready to be silly and go with a full-out comedy, and it was the first time I felt truly sure about what I was walking into. Because with the last couple of movies, I wasn’t completely sure, and I should have probably trusted my gut. For whatever reason, they all happen the way they’re supposed to.”
She’s a goofball: “I’m actually comfortable in goofdom. Not taking myself seriously is one of my favorite things to do, because I don’t. Ever.”
Her bartending skills: “I can make two drinks really well: a dirty martini and a Bloody Mary. People are like, ‘You make the best Bloody Marys,’ and my secret ingredient is basically Mr. and Mrs. T Bloody Mary Mix. It’s not some fancy mix that they do with the horseradish and Worcestershire sauce. It’s the 7-Eleven of Bloody Marys. It’s the trashiest.”
Back in the days of ‘Friends’: “Look at Baby George. Baby Clooney. ‘ER’ was right next door to us on the soundstage. That was really fun. I remember when we used to do crossovers like that. See, NBC used to be really cool. Then, you know…”
On dogs: “Really, the most unconditional form of love that you can encounter is with a dog. They’re excited the minute you come home, and they show the same amount of excitement every day.”
Being a good host: “I should have been a party planner. I’m a good mixologist in terms of personality types. I do a tree trimming party every year — 15 years I’ve been doing this. At my tree-trimming party we always do chili: turkey, regular beef and vegetarian. Everybody is satisfied. What ruins a party? A really drunk person. Trust me. It’s happened.”
She doesn’t understand ‘The Bachelor’: “You know what I find fascinating? ‘The Bachelor.’ I was mesmerized by how these girls, they meet this guy, they have three dates together or something, and they’re weeping as though they’ve just lost the love of their life. I don’t understand that.”