Jennifer Aniston walks on Madison Avenue wearing cargo pants and flip flops, aviator sunglasses and a navy blazer. The actress has a new show coming, Living Proof Good Hair Day Web Series, in collaboration with stylist Chris McMillan. While Aniston's Friends haircut become one of the most popular in the history of haircuts, the actress confesses that it's not her merit: “It’s never honestly been a big deal to me. It’s a big deal because of Chris McMillan and a haircut I think a lot of people, a lot of gals, kind of thought was fun.” And who would've though her hair wasn't always as perfect as it is now? “It’s one of those things that I think is hysterical that me of all people who grew up with like the worst hair. I think good hair days matter to women because we’re women. Our hair means something to us. It just does.” The show actually talks about hair obsessions, and it allows watchers to become guests on the show, with McMillan cutting their hair and Aniston chatting with them.
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