Jennifer Aniston’s hair has been iconic since the 90s. Much-copied ‘Rachel’ cut aside, she’s graced our screens with everything from poker straight blonde locks to glossy, showstopping curls over the last few decades, with never a strand out of place.
Unsurprisingly, fans have spent years trying to learn her beauty secrets, especially when it comes to her hair – and now her stylist, Chris Macmillan, has let one slip.
Posting on his Instagram account after a recent photoshoot for InStyle, Chris shared the tools he’d used on the former Friends star’s on-set waves, including one very affordable little pot of product.
‘As for the hair. #natural #sebastian whipped creme mousse. @dysonhair diffuser and a dab of Murray’s pomade to help define these waves,’ he explained in the accompanying post.
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@benhassett I LOVE this image and thanks @juliavonboehm for your amazing style. What a day!!! What a shoot. #dream #love #grateful As for the hair. #natural #sebastian whipped creme mousse. @dysonhair diffuser and a dab of Murray’s pomade to help define these waves. #love #hair #obsessed and a special thanks to @justinanderson for the amazing color in Jens hair. #teamwork ❤️
The pomade Chris refers to is Murray’s Superior Hair Dressing Pomade for all hair types, which is available on Amazon for £5.27 a pop.
Describing itself as ‘the original hairdressing pomade’, having been available for over 60 years, Murray’s is the perfect product to tame flyaways and keep frizz at bay. Just a small amount adds texture, shine and lift, and keeps styling in place all day.
Of course, the pomade wasn’t the sole star of the style – Chris also gave a shout out to Dyson’s much lauded hairdryer, and Sebastian’s £16.50 Whipped Creme mousse, a light formula which adds bounce to curly styles.
His handiwork on Jen’s hair won countless compliments from his followers, and with good reason. ‘She should wear her hair waved alot more often, it’s lovely,’ one commented, while another exclaimed: ‘Gorgeous and I love that you use a bit of Murray’s!’