Jennifer Aniston Honors “Friends” Character Rachel Green’s ‘Iconic’ Hair Accessories That ‘Caused a Million Trends‘

The actress previously celebrated the two-year anniversary of her hair brand LolaVie in September

<p>Alice S. Hall/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty</p> Jennifer Aniston in a ‘Friends’ episode that aired in 1995

Alice S. Hall/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty

Jennifer Aniston in a ‘Friends’ episode that aired in 1995

Jennifer Aniston is showing some love to her Friends character Rachel Green’s iconic hairstyles.

The Morning Show star, 55, and her hair care brand LolaVie, shared throwback photos of her hair styled with clips and hairbands throughout the different seasons of the popular show, which aired from 1994 to 2004.

She kicked off the Instagram carousel post with a shot of her hair in one of the earlier seasons of the show — when she also premiered her infamous signature Rachel haircut — styled in an updo with an unseen clip.

She also showed her hair styled in a half-up, half down hairstyle and tied with a silver clip into a ponytail.

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Additional snaps showed the actress with longer hair during the series, which was styled with at least three smaller clips that held her hair back and styled in a more complicated updo with a headband and a clip.

“The clips that caused a million trends ✨,” she captioned the post. “Shout out to Rachel Green and her iconic hair accessories.”

In September 2023, the actress celebrated LolaVie’s two-year anniversary on Instagram with an adorable set of black-and-white photos that showed just how far the actress had come. The first picture showed the actress as a two-year-old, crouched down and dressed in an adorable frilly outfit, while a second showed her in a promotional photo for the brand.

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“Someone turns TWO today and it’s not these two ☺️,” she wrote alongside the post.

“Happy second Birthday @Lolavie! Proud of my incredible team. All the friends, fans and ALL the returning customers! 🙏🏼💋Couldn’t have done it without you… and so much more to come! ❤️🥳🛀💁🏼‍♀️.”

Aniston launched the haircare brand in September 2021. She previously told PEOPLE that she had been “working on this for quite a long time,” noting that it had been inspired in part by her desire to repair her own famous head of hair.

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"It's always been a problem growing it and keeping it healthy,” she said of her locks. “So, it's been my thorn, for sure, which is why this all feels very organic for me to face a hair product head on and go, 'Let's make something great.’ “

Since the creation of the brand, she’s dropped seven products, including a restorative shampoo and conditioner, a hydrating leave-in conditioner, a transformative hair oil that helps revive dry locks and an intensive repair treatment.

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