Jennifer Aniston is incredibly jealous of a super famous, raven-haired beauty. No ... not THAT one. We are talking about Kate Middleton this time. The former Friends star admitted that she is battling a serious case of hair envy. You should hear the way the woman, who inspired "The Rachel," talks about her own disappointing locks.
Marveling over the Duchess's 'do, she said: "Does she do her hair herself? She's got a hard job, being scrutinized like that. When I have a bad hair day, my hair just goes in a clip."
I don't think Kate has rocked a sloppy hairstyle since college. She is always perfectly coiffed, unlike Aniston and the rest of us commoners. But I was surprised to hear that Aniston truly despises her iconic hairdo. "'The Rachel' was horrible! I'd curse [hairstylist] Chris [McMillan] every time I had to blow dry. It took three brushes -- it was like doing surgery!" she complained.
Who knew the woman with the most desired hair in television history would have such disdain for it. In fact, if we had known getting “The Rachel” took so much painstaking effort, no one would have wanted it. She says taming her naturally frizzy hair was a tremendous amount of work. All those flat irons, curlers, and blow driers took a toll. Her hair was so thinned out, she had to use hair pieces to achieve those sought-after styles.
Actually this makes a lot of sense. Millions of women tried to mimic her, only to look like low budget versions of the star. No wonder. It wasn't even real. To actually get it to look that good, you need to have a fab stylist add clip-on extensions -- EVERY DAY! That's as bad as all those airbrushed images of stars, if you ask me. Just another beauty ideal we mere mortals will never be able to achieve. It makes me wonder -- Kate’s seemingly effortless locks are probably a pain too.
Whose hair do you like better -- Jennifer or Kate?
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