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Jennifer An: Make-up made me nervous

Published 04/05/2015

Jennifer Aniston
Jennifer Aniston

Jennifer Aniston couldn't pull of bleached eyebrows when a photographer instructed she have them.

The US sitcom launched the actress as a global star, and 11 years after it wrapped Jennifer's career couldn't be stronger.

As well as being praised for her recent movie Cake, which saw her nominated for a best actress Golden Globe, Jennifer is also lauded as a beauty idol. However, that hasn't always been the case.

"I remember one of the photo shoots that I did for a magazine back in the first year of Friends. Back in those days the photographer would just tell the hair and make-up artists what he wanted me to look like, and I was way too shy and intimidated to voice any opinion on the subject. So the next thing I knew, I had bleach on my eyebrows, which then left me with white eyebrows and, well nuff said. A look that was gorgeous on Linda Evangelista in the 90s... On me? Not so much," Jennifer laughed to People magazine.

As well as her tanned skin and natural beauty, Jennifer is also synonymous with her classic Rachel cut, which she sported during Friends' 90s heyday.

Her hair is still a talking point, and the 46-year-old always rocks a sleek style. But if her hairstylist could have it his way he'd go for a drastic cut.

“Chris [McMillan] has that thing where he’s like Edward Scissorhands. He just sees hair and he wants to cut it. He would love for me to go... he wants to just cut it all off, kind of like a pixie, which I will never do," she recently told Fashionista.

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