Just call it The One Where We Copy Jennifer Aniston’s Glam.
While the 54-year-old “Friends” favorite has long captivated fans and fellow famous folks alike with her iconic hair — who could forget “The Rachel”? — her ageless complexion is every bit as coveted.
And while she recently told the Wall Street Journal she’d “try almost anything” to look young — including a salmon sperm facial her aesthetician once suggested — not all of her beauty staples are quite so fishy.
Below, shop a selection of hair, makeup and skincare standbys she’s praised over the years, from an under-$15 hair brush to the serum stick she swipes on before shooting “The Morning Show.”
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Plenty of stars entrust Hollywood aesthetician Shani Darden with their famous faces, including Aniston, Shay Mitchell and January Jones.
“I love her,” the “Murder Myster” star raved to Byrdie in 2023. “Her retinol is so good, and her serums are fantastic … She has a great lab that she works with, and the packaging is beautiful.”
Aniston once shared a snap of her “Morning Show” beauty setup on Instagram, giving followers a glimpse at her go-tos from Tatcha — a brand beloved by everyone from Meghan Markle to “Succession” favorite Shiv Roy.
Made of 80% squalane and Japanese lemon balm, this portable product is designed to keep “skin and makeup fresh throughout the day,” per the product description.
The star’s makeup table also included one of Augustinus Bader’s instantly recognizable gold-and-blue bottles, which everyone from Kris Jenner to Hailey Bieber has been known to keep on hand.
You don’t need to be pulling in “Friends” residuals to score all of Aniston’s skincare picks. The longtime Aveeno ambassador’s raved about the drugstore brand on countless occasions over the years, calling this moisturizer a must-have.
“I’m such a creature of habit,” she told the Los Angeles Times. “When I went out on my own, that was a staple in my bathroom. I just love it. I have a bottle in my car. It’s in all of my bathrooms.”
111SKIN’s face masks are no stranger to A-listers’ Instagram grids — including Aniston’s. The star selected this blemish-busting treatment prior to the 2021 Emmys, documenting her prep process on social media.
Aniston doesn’t save gold for her jewelry box. The star once told Vogue she’s a devotee of this 24-karat gold-plated tool designed to “sculpt and define,” per the product description. (Sofia Richie’s also a fan.)
Few A-list beauty routines are complete without products from red carpet favorite Charlotte Tilbury, and Aniston’s is no exception.
“There are so many wonderful [masks] out there,” she once told Refinery29. “Charlotte Tilbury has a great one right now.”
Aniston’s wired into the latest beauty tech — including this at-home Ziip skincare device, which targets skin with nanocurrents and microcurrents.
“I have never seen such a result from a little machine like that,” the actress raved to Vogue.
Even actresses and pop stars pop pimples. And when it comes to banishing blemishes, Kylie Jenner, Gwyneth Paltrow, Drew Barrymore and more all reach for Mario Badescu’s iconic pink potion.
“First I roll my eyes and get annoyed, and usually I will put some sort of a drying lotion on,” Aniston told Elle of how she approaches acne. “I don’t pick it, although I used to. Mario Badescu has a great drying lotion that I used for years and years.”
Celebrity makeup artist Gucci Westman once told Marie Claire Australia her products have been “inspired in one way or another” by her consistent clients — including Aniston, who she said “has been my girl since 2001, I think, or 2000 even.”
When asked about the “Friends” star’s beauty routine, Westman said she starts with these drops, designed to serve as both a serum and a skin tint.
You’ll never catch Aniston on a break from this nude-pink lipstick from Charlotte Tilbury.
“If I could only have five makeup products in my makeup bag, they would be mascara, lip balm, a good lipstick — I like Charlotte Tilbury K.I.S.S.I.N.G Lipstick in Penelope Pink,” she told Marie Claire Australia.
Her list of makeup must-haves also included this luxe concealer — also a favorite of Martha Stewart’s, not to mention over 100 Saks Fifth Avenue customers, who’ve penned largely glowing reviews about its “excellent coverage” and “perfect color.”
Aniston’s pout-perfecting routine also includes this Tatcha lip mask, which fans spotted on her makeup table. Formulated with squalene and Japanese peach, it’s meant to help lips achieve “full lushness,” per the brand.
From Taylor Swift’s music video sets to Aniston’s beauty arsenal, this Pat McGrath foundation has popped up all over Hollywood.
If it’s Aniston’s cheekbones you’ve been coveting, makeup artist Gucci Westman told Marie Claire Australia she swipes on some of this contour stick.
“I make her quite tan using our Face Trace Contour Stick in Truffle and the [Body Butter] bronzer,” she explained. “I use little by little. I add and I add, until it’s the right amount and then I add a pop of color to the cheeks.”
Hollywood’s top Jennifers (Aniston and Lopez, that is) have both name-checked Olaplex during interviews. Aniston once told Marie Claire Australia, “I use an Olaplex hair mask once a week and I often let my hair air-dry to avoid damage caused by hot styling tools.”
Gwyneth Paltrow and Jennifer Aniston have more in common than a famous ex. The leading ladies both use products from Aniston’s LolaVie haircare line, which launched in 2021 with this glossing detangler that promises to protect against heat damage, enhance shine, smooth and (of course) detangle.
In an interview with People at the time, the newly minted haircare founder called it “the Swiss Army knife of hair products.” It promises to
When it comes to taming her tresses, Aniston also reaches for Wet Brush’s under-$20 hair tools, which she showed off in an Instagram video. She’s even teamed up with the brush brand, collaborating on the LolaVie Wet Brush Dry ($15) — an exclusive black and white brush designed for gentle detangling.