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Jennifer Aniston learnt her beauty lessons the hard way

Published 01/04/2016

Jennifer Aniston
Jennifer Aniston

Jennifer Aniston kept some of her Friends wardrobe, which she can now wear because '90s fashion is big again.

Jennifer Aniston has learnt the hard way how to look good.

The former Friends actress has become a style and beauty icon over the years with her gorgeous looks and on-trend outfit choices. It's not been easy though, and Jennifer admits it’s taken a long time to figure out what does and doesn’t work for her.

"Sometimes you learn the hard way," she sighed to Vogue.com. "Sometimes what’s in fashion isn’t always your best friend. There was a phase in the ’80s where I don’t think anyone was sporting good hair and make-up. The amount of make-up I piled onto my skin and the wonderful hair colours and cuts that my hair went through - I don’t look back fondly on some of those choices. But I do laugh at them!”

Jennifer is probably best known for the Rachel Cut she sported during her Friends days, with the style spawning copies the world over. Jennifer herself hated it though, previously dubbing the haircut “ugly”.

However some of the clothes she wore on the award-winning show have remained in Jennifer’s affection, which is handy as ‘90s fashion is back en vogue.

“The ’90s are coming back!? Why are they coming back, that’s mean. I’m just kidding,” she laughed. “That’s really good because I have certain things I have yet to throw away from my days on Friends. My red squared-toe loafers might actually be making a comeback, that’s awesome. See, it’s coming back—I knew it. I also have those nice high-waisted jeans. I’m so glad I didn’t throw any of those out. I loved the ’90s.”

After finding fame more than 20 years ago, the Golden Globe-winning star has gleaned plenty of lessons when it comes to style and beauty.

“I think over the years, everything’s just continued to get simpler. Less is more, less makeup, less fuss, and just more natural, which I kind of prefer,” she smiled.

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