The layered locks bare a strong resemblance to the hairstyle made famous by Jennifer Aniston’s beloved Friends character Rachel Green.
Aniston's original cut—which became a hallmark style for women in the 90s, and again last year, thanks to the Friends reunion special—featured a shoulder-skimming length, high volume, face framing layers and sun-kissed highlights.
Cormer’s, on the other hand, sits just below her collar bone with platinum coloured highlights and a soft, wispy fringe.
Of course, this wouldn’t be the first time that a member of the celebrity style set has pioneered the resurgence of a nostalgic hairstyle.
Last year alone we saw supermodel and actress Kaia Gerber make a case for the 70s style subtle long shag cut, and Brie Larson reviving the high-maintenance 'Fawcett Flip' which is named eponymously after Farrah Fawcett.
While the likes of Chrissy Teigen and Hailey Bieber also joined in on ‘The Rachel’ hair trend—we’re guessing Bieber’s crop was a nod to her husband’s appearance on Friends: The Reunion—a little closer to home, Phoebe Burgess also tried her hand at the style.
However, unlike these other A-listers, Comer is proving that a low-maintenance approach to achieving ‘The Rachel’ is the way to go.
Thankfully we’ve come a long way since COVID-19 interrupted our regular salon appointments, if you’re anything like us then you’ll still be indulging in the pleasures of a lazy girl look.
Read: one that takes minimal effort, barely any upkeep but still looks effortless, elegant and fabulous.
Comer’s glossy colour even includes the appearance of her natural-coloured roots. So, before our next trip to the hairdresser, we’ll be armed with this image of Comer and taking advice from Stevie Wright by letting our hair hang out.