Jennifer Aniston ‘actually likes’ her dark bob: ‘This is how God created me’


Jennifer Aniston has several new interviews, and they’re all about her hair. Of course. I remember a time when Jennifer used to tell interviewers that she was more than the sum of her hairstyles, but that was before she had invested in Living Proof and had to do endless press about how Living Proof changed her (hair) life. Of course, she doesn’t JUST use Living Proof, although she won’t say that. She also uses experimental hair treatments involving formaldehyde. Seriously. Anyway, here are some assorted new quotes from Jennifer about her hair:

Showing off her dark bob for ‘Cake’: “I don’t know, man. I did it! I feel great. I feel lighter. It’s simple, it’s really simple, that’s for sure. But I’m always one of those girls who does a big old chop just to get it really healthy, to repair all the [damage from] hair coloring and stuff like that.”

Her favorite movie hair: “I loved my hair in Along Came Polly. Dr. Julia from Horrible Bosses — I loved that. That was fun, glamorous.”

Her look in ‘Cake’ is not new: “Well it’s not. I just wrapped a movie [Cake] … It was basically for that … But I actually like it. This is how god created me.”

Straightening: “The thing that makes me chuckle is when I hear that my hair is so this, or so that. My hair is always at odds with a brush and a hair dryer. To get my hair straight can be a struggle.”

Her problem hair: “As a child [my hair], was problem hair. But … you sit in enough chairs with enough of these amazing, creative hairstylists and you start to learn how to manage it and now thanks to Living Proof it’s even easier.”

[From Us Weekly, People and E! News]

Aniston kills me. She has full, thick, naturally wavy/curly hair and it’s like it would never occur to her to just own that. But no, she wants straight blonde hair and she’s spent so much time, money and energy trying to achieve that. Meanwhile, so many women wish they could have her natural waves. Meanwhile, Radar claims that Jennifer now has a “drive-in closet”.

Walk-in closets are so last season. has learned that fashion icon Jennifer Aniston is about to set fashionistas scrambling with her latest style innovation: a $60,000 drive-in closet!

Aniston is in the midst of renovating her 8,500 square foot Bel Air mansion, and seems to have found it is simply not big enough to house all of her designer duds: According to recent permits filed with the Los Angeles Building & Safety Department, the former Friends star plans on converting her garage to a massive walk-in wardrobe. The documents reveal that the 45-year-old’s new boudoir is more like a Barney’s boutique than a closet, with 24-feet by 36-feet of runway-worthy space, at a cost of $60,000.

And that’s not all! To glam it up the former car park, Aniston is adding a skylight and a powder room to give the new addition some natural light when she’s getting primped and fitted.

The drive-in walk-in is just the latest in the multi-million revamp of the manse, where even the chickens got upgraded digs. Aniston and fiancé Justin Theroux also recently remodeled their master bedroom to add 7-feet by 12-feet of extra room, added a 6-foot by 20-foot balcony, renovated the concrete staircase with water features made of lava veneer and glass railings, added living quarters to a guard house, and remodeled the kitchen and pool house.

The impressive estate also comes with a private vineyard, pool, landscaped gardens, high-tech indoor gym, library, gourmet kitchen, butler’s kitchen, a dining room and library, and two upstairs guest rooms with a lanai.

[From Radar]

While all of the renovations sound like Pure Aniston (she loves her luxury and why not?), this sounds like the antithesis of Justin Theroux’s hipster shtick. He’s happier in a small NYC apartment, hanging out with his hipster friends and wearing the same skinny jeans and boots day after day. He doesn’t need a drive-in closet for his collection of jorts.

along came polly


Photos courtesy of WENN, Fame/Flynet. Still from ‘Along Came Polly.’

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  1. mkyarwood says:

    Oh, bringing out the ‘God’ card are we?

  2. poppy says:

    it would be nice if she keeps her hair more natural -dark and wavy.
    but if she’s doing everything goop is doing (super-processed, straight iron, tons of chemicals) and they share stephen huvane, why can’t she teach goop how to make that straw rat’s nest look healthy?

    • Alexis says:

      lol! I don’t get why Gwyn’s hair always looks so strained and dead. As far as I know, Gwyn has naturally blonde and straight (or nearly) hair, so Aniston must be manipulating it a TON more when she has it blond and straight, given that she is starting from dark, wavy-curly hair. Aniston’s hair at its worst never looked so questionable as Gwyn’s. SMH.

    • Beezers says:

      Because the rot on the inside usually creeps to the outside.

    • juli says:

      From the looks of that before and after of goopy—she has had a nose job somewhere along the line too…all so natural!

  3. Aurie says:

    Can we give her credit for trying something new? This role sounds immensely different from anything she’s done before.

    • TheOriginalKitten says:

      We can give her credit for sure. I’m not a fan of the sh*tty Rom Coms she seems to be so fond of but I’m completely willing to give her a second chance.

    • Aurie says:

      @original, yeah. I don’t like Jennifer but at the same time we shouldn’t hate her for everything. She’s clearly making an effort to try to diversify the roles she’s getting. Also, this movie’s budget is like 7 million, so she’s probably getting paid only like 500k or something.

      Don’t forget Sandra Bullock was also always seen as a crappy rom com actress (although obviously the best rom com actress aside from Julia Roberts) but wow, blew us all away in the Blind Side and Gravity.

      Btw, I’m not insinuating Jennifer is going to give an amazing Oscar performance, but she could do a good job.

      • epiphany says:

        We don’t hate her, period. We don’t even know her. We criticize the fact that she has built a career based almost solely on her “poor Jen’ façade created by her marriage and divorce to the (once) hottest guy on the planet. I’m sure she is a very nice person, but her celebrity has nothing to do with her talent or looks, both of which are mediocre at best. It’s all about how her PR machine can continue to spin the “poor girl next door Jen! Will she ever find true love/have a baby?”

      • Emma - the JP Lover says:

        @Aurie, who wrote: “Don’t forget Sandra Bullock was also always seen as a crappy rom com actress (although obviously the best rom com actress aside from Julia Roberts) but wow, blew us all away in the Blind Side and Gravity.”

        Sandra Bullock has been in some really good dramas, too. :) My favorites are:

        “Premonition” (2007)
        “The Lake House” (2006)
        “Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood” (2002)
        “28 Days” (2000)
        “Practical Magic” (1998) (*This is one of my ‘all time’ favorite films! Sandra and Nicole Kidman give great performances as sisters who are modern day witches)
        “A Time to Kill” (1996)
        “The Net” (1995)

      • Lollipop says:

        “her celebrity has nothing to do with her talent” – that can also be said about Angelina. And a gazillion actresses out there.

      • TinyTurtle says:

        I Love this movie too!!! I’ve watched it so many times <3
        “Practical Magic” (1998) (*This is one of my ‘all time’ favorite films! Sandra and Nicole Kidman give great performances as sisters who are modern day witches)

      • Tatjana says:

        Goran Višnjić was really great in “Practical Magic” too.

        I think Jennifer is really good in rom coms. And if she wants to try something serious, good for her.

    • K says:

      I’m not a JA fan but she has done some good work here and there. The Good Girl, Friends with Money, Management, Horrible Bosses.

      • paranormalgirl says:

        She has done some good work, but she can be a bit insufferable at times, and I actually AM a fan of a lot of her work.

      • Josephina says:

        You ACTUALLY threw Management in there?? Really?

        That movie grossed less than 1M in the U.S. It did even worse overseas. Critics saw it and had very little to say. The movie was very dry and her acting was not remarkable.

      • nikko says:

        I loved her in Along Came Polly. Love the movie period!

  4. Luca26 says:

    Dark hair is better on her MUCH better. That being she will go back to blond and do a couple interviews about that life changing decision in a few weeks tops.

    • Lamb says:

      My favorite hair color for her from “Friends” was auburn. I always thought that looked best on her.

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        Definitely her best color. Her skin tone is similar to mine and I think we look best with warm or neutral light brown or brown with highlights.

  5. lucy says:

    Wow. That first picture is really…. not flattering.

    I think people with straight hair want curly hair and vice versa. It’s natural to want to change up your look, so I don’t have a problem with her going straight or blonde.

  6. Mrs. Lecter says:

    Okay I’m not really a JustJen fan but come on. I don’t think Justin has a problem with it. There’s always an assertion that he’s an NY hipster who hates luxury and wants to leave Jennifer, etc but the dude is obviously in it to win it. He cheated on his longtime gf to get Jennifer and her lifestyle and he’s also renovating this house with her so he seems to like the luxury and the money… He may have lived like a hipster in the past but he made the conscious effort to be afforded the opportunity to live this new lifestyle and he doesn’t seem to be going anywhere else just yet. Let’s call a spade a spade. He loves this crap.

  7. Lucky says:

    Grass is always greener ya know. I have dirk curly hair that people often comment on and all I ever wanted was straight blonde hair. Also, curly hair/ wavy hair is hard when you are a kid! Having it look like anything but a frizz ball is all about the right combination of shampoo/ conditioner/ product/ technique so a kid stylist is key- and I don’t think a lot of people find that until adulthood. I thought she sounded honest in this interview. She says daft things sometimes(the nerve) bit not this time- give her a break. It is easy to tell someone else, “just own it” but when it is ours and we don’t love it- do what you love!

    • bettyrose says:

      This all the way, though my hair was blondish (and curly/frizzy) that darkened with age. I color it now for shine and control: i.e. color seems to make it less frizzy, more manageable, but I also have it more layered than I used to and am savvier about hair care techniques. So, yeah, it was a drag as a kid but became a lot more fun over time.

  8. Rhea says:

    You know the saying that said the grass is always greener on the other side??
    Yeah, I have a semi wavy hair and always envy those with straight hair (easy to maintain and perfect for razor bob hair cut) or those with truly gorgeous wavy hair or awesome curly hair. :D

  9. Samantha25 says:

    I know she’s promoting her haircare products but it’s bizarre that Jennifer keeps doing these random interviews. Why do people call her blonde? Jennifer has light brown hair with blonde highlights. The closet seems exaggerated. I’m assuming that it’s just a closet, not a garage. With expensive clothing it doesn’t make sense to expose them to car fumes.

    • truthSF says:

      She’s probably doing these interviews because she has a movie coming out soon. Oh wait…

    • Kiddo says:

      It looks like these might have been questions she was asked, not volunteered. No one starts a new topic with, “I don’t know, man. I did it! I feel great.” That makes no sense. Apparently a question about cutting her hair or not coloring it, preceded that remark.

      • Emma - the JP Lover says:

        @Kiddo, who wrote: “It looks like these might have been questions she was asked, not volunteered. No one starts a new topic with, “I don’t know, man. I did it! I feel great.” That makes no sense. Apparently a question about cutting her hair or not coloring it, preceded that remark.”

        Yeah, but come on … Jen has been hitting us with scripted ‘Oh my God, my hair and haircare line!’ infomercial interviews for a couple of months now.

      • Kiddo says:

        Well then I guess she is making the sweet sweet cash on her hair line.

    • epiphany says:

      The funniest part is that instead of focusing on her character, the back story, what drives her, she’s once again talking about the way she looks! What movie was she in where she talked about the sacrifices she made to play her character, and she mentioned she had to go without mascara? Hilarious!

      • Josephina says:

        In the pics above… indeed there is a BIG difference in her appearance when she is not on the red carpet or on a photoshoot.

    • Tippy says:

      I wouldn’t take the term “drive-in closet” too literally. There will be no vehicles or fumes near her clothes. They’ll build another garage elsewhere on the property for cars and motorcycles.

  10. blue marie says:

    With as much as she’s done to her hair, it’s probably not wavy/curly anymore, just over processed.

  11. Lilacflowers says:

    God did not make that nose, Jennifer. A surgeon did.

    • Maria says:

      If she was unhappy with her natural nose and changed it, so what? This film is her toned down, without the makeup-maybe she’s simply referencing NOT having to be dolled up all the time.

      I’d imagine in an industry where looks are everything, it’s refreshing to simply “be” rather than sitting in front of makeup for hours.

      • vic says:

        Because she’s the one going on about this is how God made me and no it’s not.

      • Lilacflowers says:

        She’s the one saying this is how God made her. It isn’t.

      • Maria says:

        @vic and lillac

        Yes, because ya’ll know exactly what she was referencing, right? She was asked about her look for the movie, you CAN be unhappy with one part of your body and still appreciate the rest of it.

      • TheOriginalKitten says:


      • Emma - the JP Lover says:

        @Maria, who wrote: “Yes, because ya’ll know exactly what she was referencing, right? She was asked about her look for the movie, you CAN be unhappy with one part of your body and still appreciate the rest of it.”

        She’s talking about her short, dark hair with the ‘This is how God made me’ comment, but the unintentional irony therein works beautifully for her nose ( and probably her chin, cheeks, and lips) as well … because it’s also ‘not’ what she was born with.

    • QQ says:


    • Pia says:

      But if god didn’t want us to change the body he gave us then he wouldn’t have made us smart enough to come up with plastic surgery in the first place… herp derp. Good thing there is no god so people can just get over it and do what they want.

    • ann h says:

      Jen should have left her nose the way it was, and the wavy hair. In the second picture, her larger nose makes her eyes stand out more and she has a high cheekboned look. Now, her chin is more emphazised, her eyes look too close together and has a round chipmunk face.
      I she’s going to use ” this is how God made me”, who made her before? Is she for real?

  12. Penny says:

    I have naturally wavy hair, but it’s not always wavy in the right places iykwim, and if left un-straightened it get’s frizzy and all puffed out no matter how many anti frizz products I use. Aniston’s natural hair looks similar to mine, prone to frizz and random waviness. It’s so much easier for me to straighten my hair than to try and make the waves look good, and if I were constantly being photographed I’d feel much better with it dead straight, as left wavy it just takes a hint of humidity or a gust of wind to make it a total birds nest.

    • Liv says:

      you know I have literally NO idea what her natural hair looks like.
      In her tv series she was using extensions and ironed or curled her hair, after that it has nearly always been straight. Also, all that bleaching and chemicals must take a toll in the texture of her hair.
      That really takes an effort. Not sure to call her low maintenance or girl-next-door. She has a carefully crafted image.

      • That’s the thing. She’s known for her amazing hair–and then years after the hoopla dies down–she finally admits that she had extensions for all those years…to sell her hair care line. That’s when she admitted it. Because quite honestly, I don’t think her hair is all that. It’s not particularly thick or shiny—it very rarely looks healthy. Before she got it cut, every time she went out on a rc, her hair always looked like bleached straw. And she apparently has to do all of this stuff to her hair–not low maintenance at all.

  13. Cobbal says:

    How can someon be known for only her hair and her failed marriage and relationships. How pathetic! Also that first picture is very unflattering..

    • Sal says:

      Agreed. I really feel she leads such a sad life.

      • Cobbal says:

        Not a sad life Sal! That’s taking it too far.
        But this woman is all about her physical appearance

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        If being rich, having a drive-in closet, and vacationing in Cabo every other month is “sad” then sign me the f*ck up.

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        Oh no way, “money doesn’t buy happiness”?


        She looks happy to me, man.

      • lenje says:

        Her lifestyle is not for everyone. It doesn’t make YOU happy, but it doesn’t necessarily mean SHE is not happy. Who are you to tell which lifestyle works for which people? :)

      • Emily C. says:

        Money doesn’t buy happiness, but it buys an escape from a whole lot of really huge life-ruining types of unhappiness.

        I think Jennifer Aniston’s happy. She’s living the life she wants to live. It’s not a life I would find enjoyable, but meh.

      • Joanna says:

        I’m with OK, I’d love to be that sad. Tons of money, Great body, hot bf. that would make me soooo sad

      • Kayla says:

        Not sadder than yours Sal.

    • randee says:

      Your comment reminded me of another actress who makes movies (albeit “bad” ones) and is known more for her kids than for her “work”. Coincidentally, her name is Jennifer too.

    • SamiHami says:

      Yes, known only for the negative things. Nevemind the ten years she was a star on a hit television show. Or the many movies she has made-someone must like them or she wouldn’t keep getting cast, right?

      So much hatred for a harmless actress. My life should be so sad.

      • Emma - the JP Lover says:

        @SamiHami, who wrote: “So much hatred for a harmless actress.”

        Thank you for (once again) proving with your comment that ‘expressing unfavorable opinions’ in a Jennifer Aniston thread is considered ‘hatred.’

  14. lenje says:

    My hair is wavy and — according to most people — thick, and it really gives me a hassle to style it. In summer, it’s impossible to naturally dry it — humidity is its enemy. So I will either iron it or go to a salon to have it blow-dried. Like some other posters here, I envy those with straight hair. It seems like they don’t even need a comb — just get up, brush your teeth and shower, and you’re good to go!

    As for her new renovations per Radar — they might be true, but I found it hilarious, I couldn’t stop laughing!

    • Nicolette says:

      +1. I envy those who can just get up and go without much attention needing to be paid to their hair. Way too much time is spent doing my naturally wavy/curly hair. Humidity is the enemy, you are so right about that, it makes me hate the summer and look forward to that cold Canadian air (my hair’s best friend) to make it’s way back down.

    • Peppa says:

      I have very thick wavy hair and it can be hard to manage sometimes, and I am a hairdresser. I think the grass is always greener on the other side, although I don’t think I’d want to over process my hair like it appears JA has done.

    • GByeGirl says:

      I have perfectly straight hair. Let me tell you, it is not amazing. If all I wanted to do was wear my hair straight and flat like Marcia Brady every day, then yes, it’s ok. However, it’s very difficult to wear up in a bun, braid, pony tail, anything else without it looking stupid and stringy. A razored bob will flip up in a weird way if it’s tucked back. Short hair looks like stupid guy-hair.

      • I'm With The Band says:

        +1. My hair is so straight that it looks scraggy at the ends, even when I’ve just had a cut. Wearing it in a messy bun looks crap because of all the straight bits that stick out. Ponytails look untidy. Bobs flip out too.

        My best friend is my GHD. She puts some waves in the ends and suddenly my hair looks amazing. Except for the cowlick in my fringe *grrrr*

  15. Is it just me or is she hiding herself under that mountain of hideous, shapeless clothes!? Please tell me these shots are from the movie, because that is probably the most unflattering thing I have ever seen her wear. Gah.

  16. Sal says:

    I agree with her that being a brunette is so so much flattering to her, but can she just, please, just for once, do an interview that doesn’t talk about hair? I swear, Her Hairness is the most superficial, shallow, self-involved person stuck in her twenties out of all celebs.

    • TheOriginalKitten says:

      The Hair Topic is exhausting but in her defense, they obviously asked her about it.
      She should just tell them no more hair questions, but then what would she talk about?
      I suppose there’s always her water endorsement…..very exciting stuff as usual.

      • Emma - the JP Lover says:

        @TheOriginalKitten, who wrote: “The Hair Topic is exhausting but in her defense, they obviously asked her about it.”

        I don’t know … For the past several months we’ve been bombarded with similar ‘Infomercial interviews’ from Jen about her hair in order to promote her haircare line. “Celebitchy” has posted at least three of these ‘Oh my hair! Thank goodness for my Haircare line’ Infomercial interviews.’

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        Oh I didn’t realize she had a hair care line–guess that solves the mystery.
        I don’t get it..I don’t have a problem with her hair but it’s not hair that I covet in any way, shape or form.

        I get when actresses like Eva Mendez or Slma Hayek have Pantene endorsements or hair care lines-their hair is amazing, but Aniston? Eh…..

      • Emma - the JP Lover says:

        @TheOriginalKitten, who wrote: “Oh I didn’t realize she had a hair care line–guess that solves the mystery.
        I don’t get it..I don’t have a problem with her hair but it’s not hair that I covet in any way, shape or form.”

        Yep, it’s the Living Proof haircare line created (I think) by people at M.I.T. She is a co-owner and the Face for the product line.

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        LOL! In every picture she has thick, long blonde hair except that’s not really what her hair looks like at all.
        I’m mad at you for making me click on that ;)

      • Emma - the JP Lover says:

        Sorry! :)

  17. epiphany says:

    If she likes herself the way God made her, why doesn’t she have the nose she had 4 rhinoplasties ago?
    And if I’m not mistaken, Justin’s been in NYC for several weeks now, and his TV show isn’t filming – so maybe the house reno has nothing to do with him.

  18. GeeMoney says:

    Jennifer Aniston’s life and hair are about as interesting as a loaf of bread. This interview was dull.

  19. Hissyfit says:

    They should’ve asked why she needed to have a Brazilian blow out (where she damaged and had to cut her hair) if her Living Proof products works?

    • Christin says:

      If the products work so well, I have wondered why she doesn’t show off more than a straight hair style. She has the natural wave and body (and professional assistance) to have more versatile hair styles.

  20. Grant says:

    God, I loved Along Came Polly. That blind ferret gets me every time. RIP Phillip Seymour Hoffman.

    • misery chick says:

      My favorite part of the movie was when PSH told Ben Stiller that he “sharted”; second favorite is when his character Sandy Lyle was performing ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ alone, Oh. My. God.
      True master of his craft, he could make ANYTHING work.

  21. Eleonor says:

    When I read the quote “this is how God created me” my first thought was “maybe, but that’s not the nose he gave you”.

    BTW I think Justin enjoys this kind of lifestyle more than we think, otherwise he wouldn’t have stucked around for so long.

  22. zuzu says:

    You mean that she isn’t covering up any of the GRAY that god gave her?? Yeah okay.

  23. P.J. says:

    Well, thank goodness she finally accepted a role in which she allowed producers and the costume department to give her a massive makeunder and “ugly” her down.

    I don’t even think Aniston is a terrible actress-in fact I loved her in ‘Derailed’ and ‘The Good Girl’ both roles in which she didn’t at all look like herself and actually showed pretty good dramatic range-it’s just that she and her people seem to be much more comfortable with her looking and playing the same person-Jennifer Aniston-in all the big budget films she gets involved with. And maybe not so ironically, those always tend to be huge financial flops. Maybe she’s turning a corner? I hope so!

  24. Nighty says:

    My hair is curly (large curls, not small ones) and thin. In winter I do straighten it sometimess not to have to wash it every single day (washing it daily damages it a lot); in the summer? I love its curls, so I just let it dry on its own.. Wish I could do that all year long… :)
    I used to envy people with straight hair and didn’t like my curls; one day a hairdresser making highlights (I have light brown with natural blond highlights in summer) to make it look a little bit lighter got the mixture wrong, “burnt” my hair without no one noticing. I remember I looked blonde scandinavian ( you get the picture..). A month later “where are my curls? Why doesn’t the hair curl?”. Almost had to shave my head – it was the only way to save my so damaged hair from what the idiot had done… When I saw my curls back, after cutting it (though the hair was so short), I cried of joy and kept repeating “My hair is curly again” .. Never again have I envied women with straight hair; learnt to appreciate the beauty in mine… :)

  25. Aysla says:

    Yup, count me in the ‘want what I don’t have’ group. I have straight, kind of limpy hair and have always wanted hair so gloriously wavy that I can flick a long curl in someone’s face and pretend I’m in a shampoo commercial. I don’t know where I get it, because both my mom and my sister have curly or wavy hair.

    I have ‘get a perm’ on my bucket list for that very reason.

  26. Paige says:

    I love her new style. Please keep it that way.

  27. Green Is Good says:

    She’s never going to rest until she fugs herself up enough to get that OSCAR!

  28. Maggie says:

    Living Proof is a great product. I love it! I have very thick wavy hair and humidity is not my friend.

  29. Ginger says:

    I will admit I too have full, naturally wavy hair that I love to straighten. But unlike Aniston I go with my natural wave every so often to make my hubby happy. I agree with Jen that her hair in Horrible Bosses was pretty. I love how she says that’s how God made her. Who are you fooling?

  30. Allie says:

    I like her better as a blonde. But I was born with brown hair, and I color it blonde and I much prefer it. I’ve tried to go back to natural more than once, and i always hate it. So I guess I don’t get why people care what color hair she has.

  31. toto says:

    It;s really weird how people buy the Pr machine , Aniston gets Oscar?
    for what just because she is make up free and have scar people assume she will do great?
    The Good Gilr was Aniston not smiling . her head down and mumbles .
    i have seen many movies of her and no way Aniston is good actress.

    Her face is frozen … express-less she is blank. she is likable but still i can’t call her serious actress just for wearing rag and make up free .

    people are willing so much with her while she has a history of bad acting.

    she is no Sandra either, Sandra has huge charisma she carries movies long back then and she far more comedic than one note Jennifer.

  32. LaurieH says:

    I don’t like The cut. At all. I don’t like the color. At all. God may have given her brown hair, but she is older now and her skin tone is not the same as she was born with. The honey-color she usually wears brightens her skin tone and gives her some warmth. The brown – God given or not – is washing her 40-something face out and making her look older, grab and dowdy. The hair cut itself is not good. I am sure she overpaid for it, but it just looks flat, lifeless and stringy and is an awkward length. Not many women can pull off that middling length (least of all without some texture, layers and or volume). All in all, this is the worst I’ve ever seen her hair look.

  33. littlestar says:

    Her hair looks terrible, imo. She looks better as a dark blonde.

  34. Caz says:

    Lots of Huvane’s minions here. Talk about making a silk purse out of a sow’s ear.

    Back to “hair Jen”. Seriously? That’s still the PR strategy? There’s nothing remotely interesting about this woman. Move along.

  35. Lola says:

    I like her. She’s pretty and has a hot boyfriend. So what if she’s had surgery. I would too if I could afford it.

  36. MissTrial says:

    “I don’t know, man.” -she said as she took a long toke. Sorry that is all I can think about after reading that line. She talks like a stoner.

    In ‘character’ or not, she is not aging well.

  37. Camille (The Original) says:

    I don’t know man, like this chick is like so inarticulate, you know?

  38. JessMa says:

    I don’t know why they refer to the Brazilian blowout as experimental on this site. I think it is probably terrible for hair, but it has been around for years and countless women have it done.

    Also I don’t care how amazing Living Proof is, it won’t turn curly/wavy hair straight. If she wants her hair straight she must use straightening tools or chemical treatment. Living Proof might help damage from straightening methods.

    I think this poster must have straight hair. Trust me if Living Proof could straighten hair with ease and without damage, then Aniston would be Billionaire.

  39. tp says:

    If the person who wrote the article included the fact that she was at a beauty seminarpromoting Living proof when the questions was asked it would help the readers understand. Plus why not show the pic from the seminar so the readers can have an accurate pic of the hairstyle not a on set pic.

  40. Anastasia says:

    Forget her hair, her home has TWO libraries??? They can’t possibly have books in them!