Salute to Jennifer Aniston’s Iconic Rachel Haircut

Jennifer Aniston made an elegant entrance at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles for the 81st Golden Globe Awards. She wore a black strapless dress from Dolce & Gabbana for this special night. The dress featured a form-fitting top and a sequined skirt. She opted for minimal accessories and wore just a pair of sparkling earrings instead of a flashy necklace.

When it comes to Aniston’s beauty look, the Friends former actress is full of nostalgia; She showed off her signature dirty blonde hair in a shoulder-length, side-parted style. The star, who has maintained her long hairstyle for most of the recent years, made a surprise with a shorter hairstyle. This style was so popularized by the ’90s sitcom character that she was quickly dubbed “The Rachel.” Sure, Aniston’s ’90s short “Rachel” haircut caused quite a stir, but it’s not a style she’s given much thought to in recent years.

In an interview, Aniston jokingly described her hairstylist Chris McMillan as “my pain in the ass”, saying “he was the one who started the f*cking Rachel, which wasn’t my best look”. He added: “How do I say this? I think it was the ugliest haircut I’ve ever seen.”

Aniston attended the ceremony, representing Apple TV+’s acclaimed drama The Morning Show in the Television Series – Drama category. The series, which also stars Reese Witherspoon, received two nominations in the categories of Best Television Series – Drama and Performance by a Supporting Actor in a Television. In addition to starring as Alex Levy in the Apple TV+ series, Aniston also serves as an executive producer.

Aniston opened up about her special bond with Morning Show colleague Witherspoon in an interview published last month. “We have been in each other’s lives for nearly 20 years,” Aniston said. “Being a collaborator is in our DNA. We are business partners. We are friends. We are girlfriends, we share all the pains and joys we experience in life and in love.”

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