Brunette and brazen, Aniston burst onto the scene with her natural colour and bouncy texture in all its glory.
A Winona Ryder-like moment in 1992, with a moody matte lip to match.
We edge a little closer to the infamous cut, but the chocolate shade remains strong for her stint on the sitcom, Muddling Through.
At the height of ‘The Rachel’ hysteria.
A sleek and sophisticated updo that's very Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast At Tiffanies.
Who could forget this deadlock-esque moment for the 1999 Emmy Awards?
Jen started the new decade with hair extensions and a sleek, straight style...
But ended it with a shoulder-length cut and flicked out ends.
A glass hair bob at the 2001 People's Choice Awards, 18 years before it was a thing.
Aniston was one of the first to bring beach waves to the red carpet, transforming the seaside style into an A-list must-have.
Brunette Jen is back in full force.
Once highlights were added, this became the colour inspiration photo taken to every hairdresser near and far.
Even Aniston couldn’t resist the side-swept fringe that was popular in the '00s.
Textured, layered and oh so glamourous.
Peak Aniston revenge period at the premiere of The Break-Up.
The style that would become synonymous with Jen for the next decade and beyond.
Jen is partial to a low pony on occasion, always leaving her layers parted and loose at the front.
For Aniston, ‘bronde’ was a thing before it even had a name.
The classic wave (and plunging neckline) that stopped the nation.
A little lighter in the summer, a little darker in the winter. If it ain’t broke don’t fix it.
We’re given a rare glimpse of natural texture, confirmed by hairdresser Chris McMillan, who also shared how he did it.
The glossy hair and dress duo that couldn’t have looked better for receiving her first Screen Actors Guild award in 2020.