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Watch: Jennifer Aniston says the entertainment industry is less glamorous than it used to be
Jennifer Aniston has bared her face and hair on social media in a very relatable way – revealing it's not all glitz and glam.
It seems the 52-year-old actor and Friend's star is also subject to the effects of humidity, with her hair not looking its usual (extremely) sleek self, but still looking great nonetheless
Slightly less relatable, is the fact that she has her own line of hair care, LolaVie, formulated with 'patent-pending, naturally-derived fragrance ingredients'.
Aniston shared a couple of photos on Instagram of the situation in question, with the caption, "Okay, Humidity...Let's go...@lolavie", suggesting her product would be just the trick for her curls.
The first photo shows a slightly bemused expression, and the second smiling to her followers about her humidity-induced curls.
But her untamed hair has only received more praise from friends and fans, with many really 'into' the look.
Actor Sara Foster, 40, en ex-90210 star, commented, "Honestly, I'm very into it".
Actor, author and producer, Octavia Spencer, 51, who's won awards including a Golden Globe, wrote, "It's beautiful".
Fans called Aniston a "beauty", and said the hair was "fantastic".
Others expressed love for the natural curls, including her brand LolaVie, commenting, "yess natural curls".
Ever since Friends, Aniston has been known for her dead-straight, blow-dried, highlighted blonde hair – almost a part of her brand.
It was cast member Monica, played by Courteney Cox, now 57, who most memorably had 'twice as big' frizzy hair in one episode, in which she blames the humidity.
Aniston gave a nod to this in her Instagram stories, sharing a meme of this moment, captioned with the iconic phrase 'It's the humidity!'.
Fans also got the Friend's reference, commenting, "Monica in Barbados" and "*Monica's voice* it's the humidity!!!" – though one joked the hair situation might not be as drastic as Monica's, with "Still no competition to Monica".