Two men have been ever present in Aniston’s professional life–from the days of the “Rachel” to now–her hairstylist, Chris McMillan, and colorist Michael Canalé. McMillan is the man behind that infamous hairstyle some 28 years ago, and he still cuts and styles her hair now. Likewise, Canalé still works his honey-caramel, sun-kissed magic on the actor’s famous mane to this day.
Like so many fellow A-listers, Jennifer Lopez included, Aniston sees the queen of the Hollywood power brow, Anastasia Soare, founder of Anastasia Beverly Hills, to keep her arches in check. In an interview with Vogue, Soare previously likened the effects of her treatments to a “mini facelift”.
The woman behind Aniston’s luminous makeup is Angela Levin, whose signature is natural glam. Levin also works with everyone from Michelle Williams and Reese Witherspoon to Glenn Close.
Like anyone else who remains so lean, lithe and toned in their fifties, Aniston works hard to achieve that body. The good news is that she enjoys exercise, and has previously said she feels “really beautiful” post workout, “because I’ve taken care of my body, my endorphins are going, my blood is pumping. I’m taking care of the one body I have.” To that end, she mixes it up with boxing, yoga and cardio, which she does for at least 20 minutes each day, and keeps a treadmill, and spin and elliptical bikes at home. She finishes her workouts with an infrared sauna.
Her trainer, Leyon Azubuike, founder of the US boxing gym Gloveworx, also puts her through her paces. Their sessions start with a 15 minute yoga warm-up and incorporate everything from skipping rope to jumping jacks and lots of core work – yep, those defined abs are courtesy of lots of planking.