She’s featured in June’s Glamour, and of course ‘The Rachel’ from Friends was brought up, and she still hates it.
She is so gorgeous it makes my teeth hurt.
Her best hairstyle of all time:
“Long, natural-looking beachy waves. That feels most like me.”
Her hair secret:
“I was not a fan of the “Rachel.” That was kind of cringe-y for me. Looking back—honestly, even during that time—I couldn’t do it on my own. I needed [my hairstylist] Chris [McMillan] attached to my hip. Left to my own devices, I am not skilled with a hairbrush and blow-dryer.”
Her no-fuss daily hair strategy:
“I’ll wash it, brush it, then put styling cream in and let it air-dry on its own.”
Her overnight beauty trick:
“I put Living Proof Night Cap Overnight Perfector on my hair before bed. Why would I add cream to my hair at night? Well, it absorbs quickly, and it’s weightless. I do that once a week, and I swear it doesn’t harm my pillows.”
Her beauty miss:
“I got the goth look—black lipstick and white foundation—out of my system in the eighties. That’s something I don’t do well now. My preferred look on a man: Clean-shaven. Scruffy is good, but you really have to wait until you get to the soft moment.”
Her cherished flaw:
“I always love a beautiful scar. I think they’re sexy. My stay-fit food: I’m good to go with a kale salad. Actually, Justin [Theroux] makes a great one with a poached egg and quinoa. It’s really delicious.”
Her favorite scent on earth:
“The beach. The combination of ocean water, sand, suntan lotion—all those smells—I just love it.”
Her early fragrance memory:
“My first perfume was Miss Dior. I probably started wearing it at, like, 11 or 12.”
Well, that was informative. But I don’t get how in real life people claim to really like kale. I don’t understand it. Maybe I have only had imitation kale or something, because what I have had was nothing to write home about. I’ll take a cheeseburger. (And that’s why I don’t look like Jennifer Aniston).