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Jennifer Aniston: ‘I’m no blow-dry addict!’

Published 15/08/2016

Jennifer Aniston
Jennifer Aniston

Jennifer Aniston now keeps SPF in her bag at all times after letting her guard down on sunscreen eight years ago.

Jennifer Aniston doesn’t rely on blow-dries all the time to get gorgeous hair.

The American actress’ locks have made her famous over the years, from her Rachel haircut in Friends to her long wavy blonde style. But the star insists she doesn’t always get a professional to create her looks as she’s learnt how to master it herself.

“I don’t have as many blow-dries as you might think – I’m quite good at it myself,” she beamed to Red magazine. “I run some (Living Proof) Day Night Cap Overnight Perfector through my hair, then I let it dry naturally for a bit. When I do start drying I use my hands first and only go in with my brushes when it’s almost dry.”

It’s the back of her head which Jennifer, 47, finds she struggles to tame the most, therefore she ends up splitting her locks down the middle and attending to both sections separately. She also sets up a series of mirrors in order to get an all-round view.

Her skincare regime is just as simple as her methods in looking after her hair, and Jennifer reveals her process is soap and water, moisturiser then sunscreen.

“I also exfoliate a couple of times a week,” she added. “About eight years ago, I realised I hadn’t been as good with sunscreen as I thought, so now I always have SPF in my bag. I love radio frequency facials, too, for keeping my skin lifted.”

Jennifer further boosts her flawless skin and hair by eating well. She loves how the “healthy fats” give her a natural glow and shared a couple of the goods she includes in her meals.

“I eat a lot of avocados and I cook with coconut oil,” she explained.

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