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Jennifer Aniston lets the fans choose which of her previous hairstyles is the finest—and guess what, it’s not unanimous

By Gaile Gregorio Published Oct 26, 2021 8:55 pm Updated Oct 26, 2021 8:57 pm

There's no doubt about it: Jennifer Aniston has been a hair inspiration since the mid-'90s. During the height of the Friends popularity, every woman requested for "The Rachel" hairstyle, which is a layered bob of striking blonde highlights against medium brown hair. But in case you haven't noticed, the actress has sported many other good hairstyles throughout her 30 years in the industry.

For Throwback Thursday, the 52-year-old actress shared several photos of herself and her many hairstyles from the '90s to now.

"Choose your player, hair edition…??‍♀️?, Aniston said in the caption of her photo series, mentioning LolaVie, her newest haircare brand.

In the first photo, Aniston was photographed wearing another of her Rachel hairstyle (a braided hairdo) from the sitcom Friends. She also shared photos of herself rocking hairstyles from the 2001 film Rock Star, 2008 drama Marley & Me, 2011 rom-com Just Go With It, 2014 indie drama Cake, and 2018 Netflix comedy Dumplin'. The latest snap was taken from the set of The Morning Show, where she's seen flaunting her layered mid-brown hair.

Aniston's celebrity friends were prepared with their comments, each picking their favorite.

“rachel forever and always ?,” said food stylist Rachel Mansfield which also gained the most likes on the comments. 

“Number 2! Rockstar!!!!! Love u Jen❤️ jase” actor Jason Flemyng commented.

Actress and comedian Molly Shannon also responded, “They are all so good. I agree-- so hard to choose. I love number 4 too.”

“when jen posts my mood changes immediately, now i’m happy,” a fan left a comment. 

Despite having mixed favorites, there's only one thing we're certain about: Aniston can pull off just about any hairstyle she dares to try.

Aniston recently launched her new haircare brand LolaVie, marking this as her first venture as both founder and creator. She hopes to launch more hair products in addition to the first product, Glossing Detangler.