In the July issue of Marie Claire magazine, however, this is how she describes her tresses: “naturally wavy, frizzy Greek hair.” What? Are we talking about the same person?
Her perfectly placed highlights and lowlights are exactly what inspire legions of women to head to the hair salon carrying her photo.
If she could have anyone’s hair, she says, it would be . . . Kate Middleton. I have to agree with her — Kate’s long, thick hair is amazing. But still, whatever Jennifer’s done to tame the so-called “frizz” has certainly made it work in her favor.
The secret may be her long-time hairdresser Chris McMillan. Her agent introduced her to Chris when she was 24 and he was 29 because, says Jennifer, her hair was “horrible.”
She was hoping he could perform a hair rescue. And he did. It was called “The Rachel.” The layered bob may have launched a hair frenzy — not to mention her career — but Jennifer hated it. Hated it!
Apparently it took an endless blow-drying session and no less than three brushes to achieve. (No wonder I could never make mine work.)
When Jennifer marries Justin Theroux, her fiancé of 10 months, she certainly won’t be going for the layered bob. She also reveals in the interview that she probably won’t be going for an updo. What she wants is actually sexy, bed head hair. “Loose and natural” she says, “because it goes against the formality of the dress.”
Whatever Jen decides, we can bet legions of ladies will again be rushing to the salon with her photo in hand. Perhaps one of them will be the Dutchess of Cambridge.
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