If there’s one thing Jennifer Aniston fans can’t get over, it’s her ageless beauty.
The 50-year-old stun in yet another photoshoot cover, this time for InStyle’s October issue.
The US magazine took a series of images of Jen flaunting iconic looks from the ’60s and ’70s. But one image, in particular, had fans in awe. Racking up more than 50,000 likes and hundreds of comments.
It shows the Friends star posing as the ’60s “bombshell”. So channeling her inner Catherine Deneuve, a French actress, model and producer.
“Omg is she aging backward,” one fan comment on the InStyle’s Instagram post.
“Damn it !! Is she even real???” asked another. “And not one wrinkle … amazing …” said a third.
Others went on to say out of all five covers, this is their favourite.
“Of all 5 covers … this is (hands down) down my fave,” a fan says.
“No matter how much she grows up, still she most beautiful woman”.
“This one is my fav cover!”
When it comes to ageing, there’s one thing. Jen says she refused to embrace and that’s grey hair.
She admits to the publication she would never let herself go grey.
“I’m not gonna lie — I don’t want grey hair,”. So she says in the October issue of the fashion magazine.
She admits she would be keeping her monthly appointments with her colourist until the bitter end.
Fame as “Rachel”
However, Jennifer Aniston, 50 who shot to fame as “Rachel” in the hugely successful ’90s show at age 25, says. So despite turning 50 earlier this year, she didn’t feel any different.
“Fifty the first time I thought, ‘Well, that number’,” she says.
“I don’t know what it is because I don’t feel any different.
Jen says she felt physically “incredible” and found it “weird” that people would say. “You look amazing for your age.”
“I think we need to establish some etiquette around that dialogue and verbiage,” she says.
While there tends to be a stigma associated with the woman in their 50s in the entertainment industry. Jen told InStyle she felt more in control than ever.
“Women were never allowed to have power,” she explains. “Power feels sexy to me today, as does women’s intelligence. And how capable and creative they are.”
It’s not the first time the actress has stun on the cover of a magazine.
In May, she poses topless for a sexy photoshoot for Harper’s Bazaar.
She rocked a confident look as she bares her midriff with one hand covering her modesty. And the other ruffling her hair.
She completes the sassy look with black, fitted Hermes shorts, Wolford stockings and black Gianvito Rossi heels.
Again, fans amaze by her ageless beauty. But with hundreds flooding the magazine’s Instagram post of the cover to say how amazing she looks.
“SHE DOESN’T AGE!!” one person comment. So while another added: “She still looks fabulous.”
“She looks like 20,” says another.
“My god! She’s amazing!”
For the feature, Jen spoke of all things life and love while sharing another important message.
“I think our bodies are beautiful, and I think to celebrate them. And being comfortable in them — no matter what age you are — is important. There shouldn’t be any kind of shame or discomfort around it,” she says.
She has no plans of joining social media
Her reason for staying away from interactive cyberspace is clear. “I know when I’m comfortable with something. And I know when I’m not,” the actress told “InStyle” magazine, in its October issue.
Aniston feels the constant pressure to be like on social media. Can particularly have “damaging effects” on “young people figuring out their identity”.
“They (the young adult) are doing it through someone else’s lens, which has been filtered. And changed… and then, it’s ‘like me’, ‘don’t like me’, ‘did I get liked?’. There’s all this comparing and despairing,” a report in “eonline.com” quotes her as saying.
Aniston, who became a household name playing Rachel Green in the popular sitcom “Friends” over 10 seasons. So recalled her own days of struggle and growing up. While understanding how the pressure works.
Jennifer Aniston, 50-year-old actress also reveals her secret to ageing beautifully. “I am all about living to whatever age I’m supposed to, as long as I’m thriving,” she says.