The most enduring relationship of Jennifer Aniston’s career would be the one with her hairstylist, Chris McMillan. He’s the one responsible for the famous Rachel haircut that had women in the late nineties bobbing and weaving their hair to look like that of a TV character. In the upcoming issue of Allure, McMillan dishes on their special bond and his famous client's follicle secrets. McMillian calls Aniston’s current hair era the Lob (Long Bob) or the Growb (Growing Out Bob), just so you know what to tell your hairstylist.
Product-wise, McMillan has Aniston's regime down to a science. She uses Kérastase Mousse on the crown and the ends of her hair, Kérastase Sérum Oléo-Relax only on the ends, and Shu Uemura Shape Paste.
The one thing that has marked Aniston’s red carpet hai is a lack of complicated updos. That’s because, as McMillian puts it, “she likes to be able to touch her hair.” So do we, although the last time we tried, she kicked us in the kneecaps and stole our dessert.