Jennifer Aniston’s Hair Evolution
- Aug 12, 2019
- in News
Everything about Jennifer Aniston wig, real hairstyles!
Talking about Jennifer Aniston, everyone always knows her as a veteran actor who is famous not only for her excellent acting ability but also for her exquisite fashion style, from costumes, accessories, to hairstyles. From the time that the actress just started walking into the Hollywood world and being famous, people have never stopped admiring her hair due to the impossible silkiness, perfectly highlighted and super versatility.
Jennifer first impressed the world and made a hair trend was when she rocked on the ‘Rachel’ (her character) hairstyle on the early season of “Friends”, which was an angular and unique haircut. Since then, Aniston’s hair has been put under a microscope that everyone always eagerly awaits for what she (and Chris McMillan – her longtime hairstylist) will come up next.
Throughout her entire career to the present, from the ‘Rachel’ to blowouts galore, Jennifer has gone through a lot of beautiful hairstyles, whether it was a wig or real hair. Have a look at some remarkable moments in the hairstyle evolution of Jennifer Aniston in the following pictures.
1990: Took the first step into the entertainment world rocking the natural, dark brown color with wispy bangs
This was the time that Jennifer had just successfully cast as a lead role in the short-lived “Ferris Bueller” sitcom. The 21-years-old Aniston already knew how to catching up with the fashion trend back then as she looked stylish with the brunette voluminous hairstyle with a 90s wispy bang.
1994: She appeared in the first season of “Friends” with a shoulder-length beachy wavy hairstyle
Jennifer Aniston was not the first name chosen for the Rachel Green character (the first was the actress Courteney Cox) but as the “destiny” had spoken, Jennifer was the one who got the part – and we know that our decades-long obsession with this beautiful woman started. Aniston was going with a short beachy wavy blonde hairstyle back then.
1995: The ‘Rachel’ made its debut and created the fevers in the hair salons across the country
The hairstyle, which somehow contributed to bringing Jennifer’s name to the audience, was named after her character on “Friends”. The sophisticated haircut featured choppy layers, edgy blonde highlights, and a floating look, with the locks, were delicately curled toward inside and perfectly framing the face curves. Jennifer Aniston loved this haircut immediately from the first sight after getting it, said McMillan. The hairstyle, however, caused a lot of inconveniences for the actress to maintain the texture as well as its floating, Aniston then also openly admitted this to the public.
Anniston was wearing this hairstyle throughout the entire season of the show.
1996: The ‘Rachel’ was upgraded
By the third season of “Friends”, the ‘Rachel’ haircut was changed a little. Still using the same technique in cutting and curling but the features had been renovated to look more gentle and feminine. The harsh layers were loosened down and the prominent blonde highlights were replaced by lovely light brown for a more girly yet luscious look.
1997: Appeared on a TV show with a medium-length straight layered haircut
Guested on an episode of “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” in 1997, Aniston appeared full of elegance and femininity, making people couldn’t take their eyes off her beauty. The hair was dyed in blonde and delicately added some framing-face layers, giving the actress a glossy graceful appearance.
1998: She went out looking fashionable with wet-looking, curly tendrils
1999: She later got a long, thick wig hair extension
Aniston was spotted with Braid Pitt while wearing a super-long extension in 1999, the change possibly for her role in film “Office Space” in 1999, in which her character was shaded a similar look. The long straight blonde hairstyle looked pretty good on her, perfectly enhanced the actress’s femininity.
2001: Aniston took a complete change with a sleek, blunt bob hairstyle
Attending the 27th People’s Choice Award in January 2001, the Hollywood star amazed the audience with a stylish haircut. The sandy blonde blunt bob perfectly increased the classiness and made her looked a few years younger.
2002: A year of ombre hair color
She dyed her hair black-light blonde ombre at NBC’s 75th-anniversary party in 2002.
Not long after, when attending 54th Annual Emmy Awards on September 2002, the talented actress opted for another outstanding ombre look. She got the red carpet impressed by flaunting her messy-chic hairstyle with the dark brown roots and wavy chestnut ends – an obvious contrast to the glossy blunt bob she donned the previous year.
2003: Tried out the golden brown balayage
The balayage dyeing technique has just become trending in the recent years but Aniston was ahead of time as she showed off her golden brown balayage at the 29th people’s Choice Award in 2003.
2004: Brunette color with a layered cut
2010: Still associated with the medium-length hairstyle with the blonde hair now added some light brown lowlights
2018: Aniston was shining at the premiere of “Dumplin”
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