I recently watched an episode of ‘In the Actor’s Studio’- and saw the film ‘Horrible Bosses’- both of which contained the very beautiful and talented Jennifer Aniston.
Born in Sherman Oaks, California, she grew up in a very poor but loved household, with lots of laughter. She went into acting straight away, in amongst waitressing and receptionist jobs, and then went onto acting, one of her first and biggest roles being Rachel from the hit TV Sitcom F.R.I.E.N.D.S.
She has also starred in many famous Rom-Coms; including The Break up, Along Came Polly, Marley and Me and most recently, the Comedy Horrible Bosses.
She has been known to have many partners in her many years of stardom. Including fellow actors Brad Pitt, Vince Vaughn, musician John Mayer, and finally has become engaged to co-star Justin Theroux.
What I want to talk about is her incredible sense of style, led very heavily by her hair. Over the years, mostly whilst she starred in F.R.I.E.N.D.S, she has fashioned many different hair styles. Her most famous being her first, the choppy layered long bob, flicking beautifully in many directions. This tousled but fabulous look inspired many girls of a similar age to imitate it. It was what made her Rachel at that time. As Aniston grew into her character, and as Rachel grew as a person and a women, her hair styles changed along with trends. She went from mousy and shoulder length, to dark and long, then she lightened it to blonde, then she cut it all off, only to grow it back again.
As she has gotten older, she has occasionally looked a bit tight faced, but has admitted to various surgeries; and as the world in which she lives in demands a fresh young face, you can’t really blame her. But, in general, she has not gone overboard with her cosmetic surgery, unlike her fellow co-star Courtney Cox (we do love you Courts, but, please, lay off the Botox.) She has maintained what she believed to be a natural and fresh look- so you have to give her credit for that.
She is a truly beautiful woman inside and out, and has made the most of what life has thrown at her; good or bad.