Jennifer Aniston is unapologetic about showing off her natural gray hair, and we love her for it.
The 54-year-old had everyone rushing to the hairdressers for her iconic hairdo “The Rachel” back when she starred in the smash-hit sitcom Friends, but for a while now, she has been embracing her silver hair.
And in her latest clip shared to her Instagram account over the weekend, the actress was excited as she introduced a new Intensive Repair Treatment from her hair-care line, LolaVie.
With the product in hand, Jennifer instructed her 42.3 million Instagram followers on the best way to use the product for the best results. While doing so, she looked amazing with her long glossy hair half pinned back on both sides with a few streaks of silver down the front.
Her fans were equally thrilled to see her “refreshing” natural hair, with comments ranging from, “thank you for leading the way on grey!!!” to “Your grey hair is BEAUTIFUL!! It suits you so much and makes your eyes pop even more.”
Jennifer Aniston has long been passionate about ageing gracefully, and that means owning her silver strands.
In an interview with GLAMOUR US last year, she encouraged other people to do whatever they wanted when it came to their own hair.
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“You do you! If you want to go grey, go for it!” she said. If you want to keep colouring your hair, that’s great too. I think everyone should feel confident in whatever choices they make, including embracing natural colour or texture. Hair is a creative way to express yourself, and I love that your mood and energy can change with the change of a hairstyle, cut or colour. Embrace whatever is going to make you happy.” Preach!
The actress has been so admired for her legendary hair that she even developed her own hair care line, LolaVie, back in 2021.
The inaugural collection included her go-to Glossing Detangler and Hair Oil. She has since added a slew of products to the range, including Restorative Shampoo and Conditioner, so that we can create “The Rachel” and make the most of our grays for ourselves. That’s what a true Friend(s) is for!
Originally published in Glamourmagazine.co.uk