As her new hair range promises Jen’s luscious locks for less, ALICE HART-DAVIS reveals how you can look like a Friend on a mate’s rate budget

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Ever since ‘The Rachel’ became one of the most requested haircuts of the 1990s, Jennifer Aniston has been a beauty icon.

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So it should come as no surprise that women around the world are excited by this month’s announcement that she is launching her own haircare brand. Thus far there’s only one product in her LolaVie range – the Glossing Detangler, which costs $25 (£18) – but it does offer a promise that we’ll eventually find the key to her much-enviable style.

When it comes to beauty, there’s no doubt that Jen knows her stuff. She was an early investor and co-owner in the super-scientific haircare range, Living Proof, and is also said to be a fan of the critically acclaimed Drunk Elephant haircare products.


But it’s not just her hair that she is known for. At 52 years old, her skin is the envy of women half her age, and while she always insists that wearing SPF daily, drinking water, and getting plenty of sleep are the keys to her healthy skin, there’s more to it. there is too much.

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Ever since ‘The Rachel’ became one of the most requested haircuts of the 1990s, Jennifer Aniston has been a beauty icon.

Thanks to the hints and snippets she’s revealed over the years, we have a good idea of ​​what else she relies on. Hunt? Considering that he is a Hollywood superstar, this is all expensive.

But it doesn’t have to be.

After working for decades in the beauty industry, I know how, and where, to get budget versions of the products and treatments she swears by.

You may not have a personal chef, dermatologist, or her genes (she credits her Greek father for her wrinkle-free skin), but here’s how you can have one—for a price. on the part.

eyes without bags

Jane’s Choice

111Skin Rose Gold Illuminating Eye Mask

These hydrogel masks are infused with hydrating and firming ingredients to smooth and brighten the delicate under-eye skin.

£75 for4

budget option

Skin Iceland Hydro Cool Firming Eye Gel

Keep these under-eye gel patches in the fridge for maximum effect.

Place them on clean dry skin and leave on for ten minutes so the line-reducing peptides and skin-brightening ginkgo biloba extract can absorb and begin de-puffing your peepers.

£28 for 8 store

perfect browser

Jane’s Choice

Anastasia Beverly Hills

Jen has appointments with Hollywood’s eyebrow queen, Anastasia Soare, who keeps celebrity brows in check with her treatments, shaping and tinting (salon appointments cost from around £45).

Anastasia also has her own line of home-use products, Anastasia Beverly Hills, so it’s a fair assumption that Jen uses the cult Brow Wiz pencil from the collection

£23 Shop

budget option

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Invest in a good pair of tweezers (£22, from for shaping, and a Maybelline Tattoo Brow Eyebrow Pencil (£7.99, that gives you up to 36 hours of thick-looking brows .

£22 Shop

sculpted jawline

Jane’s Choice

Jillian Dempsey’s 24-carat gold-plated beauty wand

Jen is a fan of Jillian Dempsey’s 24-karat gold-plated beauty wand

Finally this cylinder with T-bar is battery powered and vibrate. Apply a cream, then wand all over your face to help de-puff it.


£185 Shop

budget option

Beauty Bar 24k Golden Pulse Facial Face Massager

I don’t normally advocate copies from the internet, but the Beauty Bar 24k Golden Pulse Facial Face Massager is a dead ringer. Maybe it has less gold (which has no aesthetic benefit) and less power, but it will work. Keep it in the fridge to aid in de-puffing.

£11.99 SHOP

plumped up skin

Jane’s Choice

vital protein

As the Chief Creative Officer of a supplement firm called Vital Proteins, Jane takes its collagen supplement daily to improve her ‘wellness from within’. A month’s supply costs £40 which seems like a steal, although the website doesn’t provide any data to show that their product actually works.

Budget Options: Sorry, Jane’s picks are cheap, so it’s hard to find a cheap one, but some have more evidence behind them. While the value of collagen supplements has been debated, they can strengthen skin, hair and nails. But you need a product containing hydrolyzed collagen—where the molecule, which is too big for the body to absorb, has been broken down into pieces.

Gentle products containing 6,000 to 10,000 milligrams of collagen per day should show results after three months. Studies of Pure Gold Collagen (£62.70 a month, and Ingenious Collagen (£54.99, show just how effective they are

£40 per month Shop

young looking face

Jane’s Choice

Unlike Courteney Cox (who’s talked about dissolving the filler in her face), Jen hasn’t talked about needle-based treatments other than microneedling, which she took a few years back. ‘It’s a wheel with pins. You roll it on and it stimulates your collagen,’ she says.

Budget Options: Compared to clinical versions, which can cost from £150, the cheaper option is the £10 roller.

Jennifer is pictured with her vital protein

Jennifer is pictured with her vital protein

But should you do it at home? In a clinic, a practitioner uses a roller to make minute punctures. It stimulates collagen production as your face rushes to repair the damage, thereby firming up the skin. domestic versions do not penetrate deep enough; They just create holes that allow skin care products to penetrate faster.

Physicians don’t recommend home versions because your skin can look like a scratchy CD, and because most over-the-counter skincare isn’t designed to go deep into the skin, irritation can occur.

Wise choice: If you want to do needlework at home, do it as part of a supervised regime that uses products like Environ, which has a roller with a 0.2mm needle.

An Environ skincare consultation costs around £25 which is usually redeemable for the products. go for…


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