Reminiscent of her famous "Rachel" cut of the 90s that had women all over the world copying the look, Aniston's new lob is -- dare we say it -- more sophisticated.
The long bob is one of the season's hottest hairstyles of the moment. A big part of its charm is that it flatters every face shape: It slims a round face, softens a strong jawline, plays down the pointed chin of a heart-shaped face, and even looks great on longer faces.
To make it your own, here's what to tell your stylist at the salon:
Get Aniston's angled lob:Bring a picture of the haircut; it really does speak a thousand words.
Ask your stylist for piecey layers at the ends. Request your ends to be thinned out with scissors or a razor for a modern, edgy look.
Ask for your bob to be slightly shorter in the back -- about 1 1/2 inches shorter than the front.
Consider your face shape. If you have a strong jawline like Aniston, go for choppy cuts with layered ends to soften any hard angles. To slim a round face, request long layers around the face.
Ask for warm highlights to add dimension to your lob.