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So Allure-Ing! Jennifer Aniston Gets A Bardot-Style Makeover In New Magazine Spread

19/01/2011 16:39 | Updated 22 May 2015

Jen's Allure cover, left, and a photo from the accompanying spread. Courtesy Allure

Every time we think we know Jennifer Aniston, the actress reveals a different side of herself.

Aniston landed the cover of the February issue of U.S. Allure magazine, where she's gotten a '60s-era Bardot makeover (complete with fringe) as she seductively poses in silk pyjamas (with the buttons undone) while cuddling a soft teddy bear.

The actress opens up about the haircut that every woman in the world wanted - the Rachel - except, it turns out, Aniston herself.

"Have there been disasters? I think that's a very relative term with hair," she tells the mag. "Let's say there have been moments I'd rather not relive, like that whole Rachel thing. I love Chris [hairstylist Chris McMillan] but he's the bane of my existence because he started that damn Rachel, which was not my best look. How do I say this? I think it was the ugliest haircut I've ever seen."

Aniston also reveals her most troublesome body part - "My stomach is not my hardest [challenge] - my derriere is much more my challenge" - and talks about her look in her upcoming film. "I didn't wear mascara in Just Go With It. It's fun to transform a little bit - what did I have to lose? I was ready to be silly and go with a full-out comedy, and it was the first time I felt truly sure about what I was walking into."

For more Jennifer, click here to get behind the scenes of her Allure cover shoot. Allure hits newsstands on 25 January.

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