Jennifer Aniston reveals her biggest beauty regret

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Jennifer Aniston never fails to wow on the red carpet with her striking hair and make-up looks, so it's difficult to imagine that the 47-year-old would have any beauty regrets. However, the Cake actress has admitted that she doesn't "look back fondly" at some of the trends she experimented with during the 1980s.

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Jennifer Aniston has revealed her biggest beauty regret

"There was a phase in the '80s where I don't think anyone was sporting good hair and make-up," she quipped to Vogue. "The amount of make-up I piled onto my skin and the wonderful hair colours and cuts that my hair went through – I don't look back fondly on some of the choices. But I do laugh at them!"

While nowadays Jennifer's hair is iconic – particularly the 'Rachel' haircut she rocked during the first season of hit TV show Friends – the star admitted that she counts one of her previous hairstyles as one of her biggest regrets when it came to beauty.

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Jennifer's hairstyle during the hit TV show Friends became iconic

"I would have to say, there was a period where I cut my hair really, really short," she explained. "It was long on top, short on the sides. I think right above the ears – about an inch above – I shaved my head, and that was kind of a really bad look."

It's not the first time that the star has opened up about her tresses. During an appearance on The Graham Norton Show, Jennifer talked about her infamous 'Rachel' hairstyle, explaining that she struggled with the high maintenance routine it took to keep the style looking great – and explained that stylist Chris McMillan, who created the look, didn't take that into consideration when he first cut her hair.

She said: "He didn't think about, like, 'Oh she's going to have to do this herself – I'm having a great time being creative with this blowdryer'. Then leave me with the round brush and the hairdryer – and I don't know how to make it look like that!"

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