Jennifer Aniston would never do a pixie cut, or do a ‘trendy’ platinum color

March 19th, 2015 | by staff
Jennifer Aniston would never do a pixie cut, or do a ‘trendy’ platinum color
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Call me crazy, but I’ve been missing Jennifer Aniston. All of a sudden, she got sort of interesting when she was hustling for an Oscar nomination. But since the Oscars (where she failed to get a nom but did score a presenting gig), she’s been really quiet. Which is her M.O. – she turns on the hustle and then she’s capable of “disappearing” or staying off the radar for months at a time. So I’m glad that she’s giving interviews again. Unfortunately, her new interview with Fashionista is all about…wait for it… hair. It’s just infotainment/product placement/shilling for Living Proof, the haircare company that she co-owns. Some highlights:

Her hairstylist & BFF Chris McMillan convinces her to try new things: “Oh god, yes. Always. Chris has that thing where he’s like Edward Scissorhands. He just sees hair and he wants to cut it. He would love for me to go… he wants to just cut it all off, kind of like a pixie, which I will never do. And he always likes to give it a good two inches every year, just a healthy cut. He’s also suggested going back to dark brown. We play with different things. I do listen to him sometimes.

Whether she ever felt the urge to go platinum: “No. No I don’t. I’m not a trend person really. I kind of wait for the trends to go. Platinum blond — unless it was a wig — no.”

The no-shampoo movement: “Silicone is a culprit in most shampoos. Over time, it builds up and turns into a hard coating and it cracks and breaks and snaps your hair. [People were] always saying, ‘Don’t wash your hair every day!’ but it was impossible — because of all the oils and silicone — it would create this greaseball head of hair within a day. The Living Proof scientists over there at MIT found a molecule to replace the silicone. Therefore, your hair is lighter and cleaner for days. I’d say I go every two to three days easily without washing my hair.

Whether she shampoos her hair after workouts: “No, I don’t. I actually don’t. A little sweat in the hair is nice. It’s like a little product. You just blow it out with your fingers and it’s actually just fun.

Why she wore her hair down at the Oscars: “I just wanted to be comfortable that day. The [Versace] dress just fit like a glove and I felt so comfortable. I don’t like [to wear] my hair up very much. I’m not an up-do kind of gal. I feel like if you’re wearing a gown with glitter, you want to have beachy, natural hair to kind of go against that. So that’s sort of my main thing, being me. Being comfortable.

[From Fashionista]

She was doing updos for some of the earlier awards season events, likely in attempt to show potential Oscar voters that she could be serious and award-worthy, that she wasn’t just a shallow lady with famous hair. But once she didn’t get the Oscar nom, the hair came down and it’s never going up again!!! What else… I agree with Chris, she should go dark brown (or even a warm medium brown) for a change. I think darker hair would make her look younger. I don’t think she should ever go platinum though – that’s a difficult look for many women, and I don’t really think Aniston has the skin to pull it off. As for Chris wanting to do a pixie on her… eh. I think pixies are “trendy” too, but thankfully the trend seems to be dissipating some.

Last thing: I think it’s gross to NOT shampoo your hair after a workout. But then again, I get really sweaty and I can’t imagine not properly washing everything after a workout.

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