Jennifer Aniston Looks Back on 'The Rachel' Cut
By ANTOINETTE BUENO
May 10, 2013
Though Jennifer Aniston has sported gorgeously shiny, straight hair for sometime now, she'll always be known for that famous Friends haircut -- "The Rachel."
Named after her character Rachel Green, the bouncy, layered cut was created by her hairstylist Chris McMillan (who still works with Aniston to this day), and in this video created for Living Proof hair products, the two discuss the famous 'do. The video is a first of a three-part web series starring Aniston (a co-owner of Living Proof hair care products) called "The Good Hair Day," which is about women's daily hair-related stresses.
"It's never honestly been a big deal to me," Aniston admits about the groundbreaking haircut. "I mean, it's a big deal because of Chris McMillan and a haircut that I think a lot people -- a lot of gals -- thought was fun."
Though according to Aniston, she didn't always have the perfect head of hair.
"It's one of those things that I think is hysterical that me of all people, who grew up with the worst hair -- well not worst, it was just unmanageable hair -- is known for that."
Check out the video to see McMillan explain "the most famous haircut ever," and also what his famous client was wearing on the life-changing day!
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