Jennifer Aniston opts for casual-cool in faded jeans and sweater while she meets BFF celebrity hairdresser behind the iconic The Rachel haircut
Jennifer Aniston has been a high-profile fashionista since her days playing the role of Rachel Green in the popular television series Friends from 1994.
And on Thursday the head woman met BFF and the famous hairdresser Chris McMillan in his salon in Beverly Hills.
He is best known to many Aniston fans as the man who created the iconic – The Rachel – hairstyle that caused a madness of copycat wounds two decades ago.
En route: Jennifer Aniston, 50, left on Thursday to meet BFF and the famous hair stylist Chris McMillan in his Beverly Hills salon
Aniston opted for a casual-cool atmosphere and got out in faded jeans that had been rolled up to reveal part of her calf and her brown-heeled shoes.
She also put on a black sweater and bundled into an ice-blue scarf that wrapped itself around her neck several times
To help with the blindness in Southern California, she also wore stylish sunglasses and pulled her long light brown locks back into a bun.
Casual-cool: Aniston got out in faded jeans, a black sweater, an ice-blue scarf and shoes with brown heels for her afternoon outing
Last Saturday, The Murder Mystery star shared two photos on Instagram of her posing alongside McMillan in honor of his birthday and their long-term friendship.
& # 39; Happy birthday, Chrissy. We've come a long way, honey, & she wrote in the caption.
One of the photos showed the couple nesting side by side, apparently in more recent days, while the other was a return to her days on Friends.
Aniston can be seen as a cheeky grin with big hair and large earrings.
Old friends: Aniston paid tribute to McMillan, who created the Rachel hairstyle, by sharing two photos of the old friends on his birthday; this photo shows the couple in later times
Previously: the actress also set back from herself and McMillan from her Friends days, presumably in the 1990s
Aniston currently plays stars in the Apple TV + drama series The Morning Show, which premiered on November 1.
It also plays among others Reese Witherspoon, Mark Duplass and Billy Crudup.
The show was inspired by the book Top Of The Morning: Inside The Cutthroat World Of Morning TV by journalist Brian Stelter.
Iconic: McMillan & # 39; s The Rachel created a frenzy of copycat cuts two decades ago