Who doesn’t know Rachel from one of the best sitcoms ‘Friends’? During the 90s, the beloved character Rachel Green aka Jennifer Aniston was renowned with reference to her beauty and fashion styles. Her haircut, in fact, was mostly followed by her female fans. Jennifer Aniston has already attempted practically every hairdo and luckily every hairstyle perfectly suits her!
She has multi-influenced hundreds of hairstyles all across the modern age, including her signature flicked endings to the signature cut. This is why, whenever we have a haircut booking we quickly browse Jennifer Aniston’s hairstyles for a last-minute idea.
Here, we have jotted down the best Jennifer Aniston’s hairstyles that can give you a stylish look as well. So, stay tuned and continue reading.
- The best Jennifer Aniston hairstyles
- November 1998: Rooty Volume with Exaggerated Waves
- March 2000: The Magic of Hair Extensions
- September 2001: Her New Signature Cut
- January 2003: Ready for Business
- January 2003: The Golden Globe Pony
- September 2004: Bridget Bardot Volume Meets Natural Texture
- October 2005: Mega Layers with California Beach Waves
- June 2006: Blunt in Back, Angled in Front
- December 2006: Full Curtain Fringe
- December 2008: Outgrown Curtain Bangs
- February 2009: Boho Beach-Chic
- August 2010: Face Framing Layers
- July 2011: The Long Bob
- September 2014: Choppy Chic Layers
- January 2015: Long Layers
- April 2016: Angled Baby Blonde Layers
- June 2016: Just a Little Bend
- December 2018: Blended Babylights
- January 2020: Mixed Highlights
- February 2021: Money Piece Hair Color
The best Jennifer Aniston hairstyles
November 1998: Rooty Volume with Exaggerated Waves
Aniston dressed her hair wavy at the premiere of “Meet Joe Black,” which featured her instead of boyfriend Brad Pitt. George Papanikolas, a Matrix brand partner, and designer describes this hairstyle as a “giant root lift,” and proposes rejuvenating it with a volumizing solution. “Rather than wrapping the hair around the wand to produce the curls, use a 1.25-inch iron curling and do curves gently dragging the iron downwards through the hair,” he adds. “Then use a salt spray to obtain that beachy appearance.”
March 2000: The Magic of Hair Extensions
Jennifer wore a hair extension to the premiere of “Erin Brockovich” dated March 14, 2000. “Fans appreciated the laid-back boho vibe,” Rivera explains.
Rivera suggests going to grow up layers- the longer the better! Then, “beginning at roughly 2 to 3 inches beyond the jawline and even continuing to either the length of the hair,” “trimming grown out fringes that are somewhat curled and blended beginning at maximum 2 – 3 inches past the jawline and continuing to the end of the hair.” Rivera recommends applying drops of styling serum to achieve a stylish look once you’ve got the cut-down. “Dry the hair with a broad spherical brush, lifting it for thickness and letting it lay smooth and straight,” she says.
According to Papanikolas, “hair extensions is the best technique to enhance volume and texture that could be used to recreate Jen’s appearance.” “Only go some few inches further over your normal hair,” he advises, “so that it does not look unconnected,” Papanikolas suggests. Matrix’s Total Outcomes Length Targets ($17), a range of products designed exclusively for hairstyles and extensions, to maintain your extensions silky hair smooth.
September 2001: Her New Signature Cut
The most gorgeous Jennifer is flaunting off a haircut which she could wear another decade: long and flat-ironed with perfect layers that are not entirely blonde is what we call mind-blowing!
January 2003: Ready for Business
Jennifer Aniston looks absolutely stunning in a side-swept fringe at the premiere of “Along Came Polly,” a hairdo she usually wears. Papanikolas suggests a high-temperature hairdo for entire thickness and root lifting with prolonged hold to achieve her smooth, glossy, and volumizing appearance. Then, he says, finish the style with an adjustable hairspray.
January 2003: The Golden Globe Pony
“Jen’s ponytails hairstyles are famous,” says Jeremy Tardo, an executive designer at Benjamin. He further added that this sleek and stylish design is among my personal favorites. Her warming highlights offer just the right amount of softness to the look.
September 2004: Bridget Bardot Volume Meets Natural Texture
Jennifer Aniston’s hairstyle is messy, loose, and rich in this photograph. “Getting maximal thickness begins in the bath,” says Papanikolas. He suggests changing the conditioner with such a water-based, ultra-light solution for maximum volume.
October 2005: Mega Layers with California Beach Waves
Jennifer Aniston looked stunning as she arrived at the premiere of “Derailed.” “I loved her wheat-toned blonde highlights color and casual, tousled texture,” says Tardo.
Papanikolas suggests using a mineral-infused hairspray to get lengthy layered and textured wavy hair. He explains that it’s the secret to styling every hairstyle, from curly to straight, short hair while producing texture with lightweight shine.
June 2006: Blunt in Back, Angled in Front
Jennifer Aniston changed her hair color again for the screening of a UK-based film “Break Up.” She opted for a richer brown color with a sharp cut throughout the side and curved layers around her face. “The warmth of the curling iron offers this haircut a smooth polished appearance,” Papanikolas says.
December 2006: Full Curtain Fringe
The elegant layers presenting Aniston’s face pop in this photo because of her blowout. Papanikolas suggests using a styling serum before removing roughness and increasing volume to your hairstyle for the best blowout outcomes.
December 2008: Outgrown Curtain Bangs
It’s one of Aniston’s top haircuts! Her hair is naturally, cut wonderfully, and also the color is perfect. Papanikolas shares a salon hairstyle secret to achieve this look: To continue holding volume to generate smooth curls, get an aerosol spray.
February 2009: Boho Beach-Chic
Jennifer Aniston chose a beach-chic style for the 2009 Academy Awards Show, along with a lovely braid. “To keep a tiny braid in position, the hair must have a manageable smoothness,” Papanikolas advises. Papanikolas recommends using a lighter foam to provide a messy look with loose curls to achieve the desired texture for rocking such a fringe, braids, messy bun, as well as other hairstyles.
August 2010: Face Framing Layers
Well here’s another stunning and timeless Jennifer Aniston style. Before style, Papanikolas advises using a volumizing serum to achieve this “giant root lift.”
July 2011: The Long Bob
Jennifer Aniston surprised the audience with a lengthy bob, often called either a “lob,” during the premiere of “Horrible Bosses.” The long bob is an amazing length that tapers out in front and is noticeably shorter within the front. Tardo continues, “Here, Jen’s beautiful cream blonde shade gives glitter to her tilted lob hairstyle.” This was not the first time she’s gone short with her long blonde hair; the very last time she actually did so was in early 2000.
September 2014: Choppy Chic Layers
Do you want to try your hand on Jen’s choppy elegant layers? A stylist may be using “a trimmer upon endpoints” for such a look, Papanikolas advises, giving your hair a “jagged appearance” that will fall softly and smoothly.
January 2015: Long Layers
At the Screen Actors Guild Awards, Aniston looked radiant. “This realistic hair color provides exposure to Jen’s long multilayered cut’s naturalistic movements,” Tardo says.
April 2016: Angled Baby Blonde Layers
Aniston back in 2016 opted for a blonde highlights color thanks to Chris McMillan, her hairstylist. To get Aniston’s tilted baby blonde layering, Papanikolas suggests using a hair-softening cream to give your hair a “perfectly smooth look.”
June 2016: Just a Little Bend
Jen has maintained her long hairstyle for several years at the time. Although we like most of her transformations, we have to say that the slight wave style is our favorite. “Choose a straightener to beat out the few curls as well as curves in the hair,” Papanikolas recommends.
Jen has maintained her long hair over several years at this point. While we like all of her alterations, we have to say that the slight wave style is our favorite. “Include a straightener to throw out those curls and twists also to hair,” Papanikolas recommends.
December 2018: Blended Babylights
There at the premiere of “Dumplin,” Aniston surprised the audience. Tardo adds, “these combined lowlights in Jen’s hair compliment her looks brilliantly.” Loose waves lend a slightly stylish finish towards this hairdo while keeping it natural.”
January 2020: Mixed Highlights
Aniston adopts a blend of highlighting and lowlighting there at the 2020 Golden Globes. Tardo figures out that “there even is a little beyond her original grey throughout the scalp area.” “These mixed tones allow several of the original greys to show along while giving her hair a beautiful sheen,” he says.
February 2021: Money Piece Hair Color
Aniston’s hair has been on perfection with flawless complexion cover on the set of “The Morning Show.” “Jen is indeed the queen of blending the current hairstyling trends while maintaining her classic look,” Tardo explains.
According to Tardo, Aniston’s brilliant highlights effectively enhance her entire face that fixes her hair with a modest twist upon the “money piece” hairstyle trend.
Jennifer Aniston is indeed a fashion inspiration for all of us. We will keep you posted about more of her hairstyles in the future.