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Jen An shuns dark lips

Published 08/04/2014

Jennifer Aniston
Jennifer Aniston

Jennifer Aniston doesn't try to experiment with make-up.

The We're the Millers star is often praised for her look, especially her super-shiny hair. When it comes to her make-up, the actress prefers to play it safe.

"I've never been able to wear dark lips," she admitted to the latest edition of British magazine ELLE. "But MAC lipstick in Paramount, that's a good colour."

When Jennifer played Rachel Green in Friends, her silky locks even prompted fans to race to salons and demand The Rachel from their stylist. The 45-year-old revealed how she keeps her tresses looking so sleek.

"A great leave-in conditioner helps, a really good round brush is always a great thing to have, and a great hairdryer, that's for sure. You can't have a dinky hairdryer," she advised.

The star isn't afraid to mix up her look and has in the past sported curly, straight, long and short hair. It's thanks to her stylist friend that she is so experimental.

"Chris McMillan has been a dear friend for 20 years," she smiled. "He's obsessed with hair - that's why he's so damn good at it. I've turned into his Barbie doll."

Jennifer is an ambassador for Aveeno natural skincare. The star recently explained why she felt compelled to get involved with the brand.

"Skincare just came to me. I started using [natural products] as a teen. It was the accessible, affordable way and it worked," she told

"Every time I would dip into these fancier, hoity-toity bottles of potions I would find my skin rebelling."

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