really wants this trend to dye!
While she’s really into spring 2016’s ‘70s shags and “a good highlighted head of hair,” the Cake actress, 47, isn’t crazy about rainbow-colored hues. “Pink and green hair could go away,” she told Glamour. “I don’t understand that to be honest, especially the green!"
Aniston’s own hair mantra is all about simplicity, thanks to her longtime stylist Chris McMillan. “The less you mess with your hair, the better,” she said. “Don’t touch it, don’t wash it every day, and just let it be. That way, it saves up your hair’s energy for when you have to … be on camera and put it under the hot lights and driers and rollers.”
The alum, who sparked the ‘90s favorite, "The Rachel" hairstyle, does have a few timely favorites, though. “The newest, coolest thing I’ve discovered from Living Proof and its scientific world is the Timeless Treatment. It’s a hair color protector,” Aniston, the face and co-owner of the brand, said. “It goes on and looks like a cream conditioner … then shower and shampoo, which activates the product to seal and protect the color. Then you condition. The concept allows you to keep the richness of your color longer. It’s kind of amazing.”