Jennifer Aniston’s wedding hair
As you know, Jennifer Aniston is an investor in a hair care company called Living Proof. I think her longtime hairstylist Chris McMillan cut a deal on this situation too because they just did a Marie Claire interview together and the pimping for the Living Proof product line is pretty extra.
The subject, naturally, is Jen’s hair, her second most famous claim to fame, after her marriage to Brad Pitt. As she’s said before, many times, she hates The Rachel. No surprise there. People do often hate what ends up defining them. It reminds me of the way Whitney Houston ended up hating I Will Always Love You.
But did you know she used extensions? I mean I knew from that movie she did with Mark Wahlberg -- Rock Star? -- but I didn’t know that it was that on the regular. So regular that her hair was damaged from it and it wouldn’t grow anymore.
Jesus. This is one of my greatest fears. Because I’m vain and shallow like that, I worry that my hair won’t grow after I cut it. Which is why I never cut it. I just booked my first hair cut in a year for tomorrow. Right now it hangs 3 inches below my breasts. It’s long. It needs a good trim. But I refuse to go more than 2 inches. And even that makes me nervous. The only reason I agreed to do it is because my ma, the Chinese Squawking Chicken, the master of mind control, told me if I didn’t it would be bad luck. If I ever write a book, there will an entire chapter on this -- the feng shui of hair.
As for the feng shui of Jennifer Aniston’s hair, well, her hair attachment might be even more neurotic than mine. Jen wears her hair up less often than a leap year. And for her wedding, if that actually happens, she says she’ll be wearing it down.
“For my wedding, I wouldn't do an updo, but I think a veil is always pretty. I like loose and natural hair because it goes against the formality of the dress. Loose, like "I just got out of bed, maybe had a romp" hair.”
Loose and natural with a veil -- well, we happen to have a photo of that, don’t we?
It doesn’t have to be a veil though. It can also be a headpiece. In fact, it might even be better with a headpiece. To me, the ultimate, all time, forever best, was Sasha’s wedding hair and headpiece. And I can’t be alone in saying this because this photo was featured in the NEW YORK TIMES:
Look. At. That. BITCH.
If I were Jennifer Aniston and Chris McMillan, this is what I’d be going for.
I mean...have you EVER?!?
Click here to read more about Jennifer Aniston’s hair in Marie Claire