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Natural Beauty Jennifer Aniston Shows Off A Makeup-Free Face & Frizzy, Wavy Hair: See Her Selfie!

Jan. 14 2022, Published 10:54 a.m. ET

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What would Rachel Green say?!

Jennifer Aniston has become synonymous with smooth, sleek hair, but on January 13, she decided to give fans a glimpse at her natural mane. The actress posted a bared-faced selfie wearing nothing but a towel, showing off her unbrushed, frizzy locks.

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"Okay, Humidity…🥵😵‍💫⁣Let’s go…..👊🏼💪🏼@lolavie," she captioned the photo, tagging her new haircare line LolaVie.

The Friends star's pals loved the different look, with Octavia Spencer calling her "beautiful" and Sara Foster commenting, "Honestly, I'm very into it."

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Her The Morning Show costar Reese Witherspoon left heart-eyes emojis and Ali Wentworth wrote, "Sexy bed hair though...."

Aniston launched LolaVie this past fall after a long process. "I want each product to be multipurpose; kind of like a Swiss Army Knife in a hair product. It's been five years since we started developing the first product," she spilled to InStyle. "It took this long because of schedules, but also going through different batches of the product with different ingredients to get it just right and then testing it on all hair types."

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The first product to debut was the Glossing Detangler, which she followed up with the Perfecting Leave-In.

Both use naturally derived ingredients and are cruelty-free, while the packaging is made with recyclable materials wherever possible.

Unsurprisingly, the collection has been a hit with consumers.

"I really can’t thank you all enough for SO much love and support on @lolavie 😭❤️," she gushed on Instagram a few weeks after the launch. "The response to this first product has been overwhelming and I’m just so happy you are liking it, using it, reviewing it 👏🏼 I’m reading everything!!"

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The Emmy nominee explained that the brand name stemmed from a decades-old memory.

"When I first moved to L.A. in the '90s and got my first used car, someone asked me what I was naming my car. I looked at them like, 'Wait a minute, is that something you do in California?' Lola came to my head because of the Sarah Vaughan song 'Whatever Lola Wants,'" she shared. "I just arrived in California and was like, 'Whatever Lola wants, Lola gets!' Then it kind of stuck and became a nickname of mine."


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