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Jennifer Aniston returns to the Rachel cut twenty-five years later


The American actress, passing through Paris in mid-March, returned to the emblematic hairstyle of her character in the Friends series.

Coming to present the film

Murder Mystery 2

in Paris on March 16, Jennifer Aniston caused a sensation in a golden strapless dress.

But it is also by her hairstyle that the American actress stood out.

Indeed, for the occasion, she returned to the signature cut of her emblematic character: Rachel in the


series .

In video, the trailer of

Murder Mystery 2

The hairstyle that has become iconic was copied many times in the 1990s, with fans of the series invariably requesting a “Rachel cut” from their hairdresser.

However, the cut was transformed during the series, the very first long square with volume evolving towards a smoother, more luminous shape... just as emblematic in the early 2000s.

Jennifer Aniston played Rachel in the series


from 1994 to 2004. Getty Images

It is with this version that the 54-year-old actress therefore returned: with tapered lengths and shorter locks framing her face and a subtle sweep, three details that marked the hairstyle of the eternal lover of Ross Geller.

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At the time of a 1990 and 2000 revival, many celebrities are still inspired by Jennifer Aniston and her emblematic character for their hairstyles.

From Selena Gomez to Mariah Carey via Chris Pine, the actor having given up his long hair after a comparison with the actress.

An important capillary influence of which the actress can be proud, almost twenty years after the end of the series.

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Source: lefigaro

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