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Jennifer Aniston can't escape her frizzy hair

Published 05/08/2016

Jennifer Aniston
Jennifer Aniston

Jennifer Aniston has noticed her hair is getting thinner as she gets older.

Jennifer Aniston is constantly plagued by frizzy hair.

As Rachel in ‘90s TV series Friends, Jennifer’s choppy hairstyle was her crowning glory and sparked millions to imitate her. And even now, the actress’ sleek blonde tresses remain the envy of women around the globe. However, Jennifer admits she suffers the same problems as everyone else when it comes to taming her locks.

“I’m Greek, so insanely frizzy hair is in my genes,” Jennifer, whose father John was born in Crete, told Red magazine. “We get good skin, but a lot of frizz. I have a wave that can’t decide whether it wants to be curly or not... Humidity is my biggest challenge, especially on location.”

But she found a way to tackle the problem when she discovered brand Living Proof’s No Frizz range, and in 2012 she joined the company as an investor. She always keeps its products on her, citing the Perfect hair Day Night Cap Overnight Perfector as one of her favourites

“It’s an incredible cream that you wear overnight, then wake up with shinier, more manageable hair, but I use it during the day, too,” she explained.

As the actress gets older she notices her hair is changing, calling the transformation a “rude awakening”. The 47-year-old makes an effort to keep it in good shape as it loses its thickness and lustre especially as it takes more effort to style than it used to.

“One day you notice that you have less hair than you did in your twenties; it doesn’t have the same volume, and it doesn’t respond quite as beautifully,” she sighed.

Asked whose tresses she’d love to emulate the most, Jennifer named French star Brigitte Bardot as her ultimate hair icon, along with model Gisele Bundchen.

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