In the 90s, Jennifer Aniston sparked a trend with her “Rachel” haircut based on her “Friends” character’s perfectly layered ‘do.
Now, eight years after her hit NBC sitcom went off the air, Aniston is the enviable, glowing face of how good age 43 can look.
Even under the frightening microscope that is high definition technology, Aniston manages to still resemble the “Picture Perfect” girl-next-door.
So how does she do it?
Just a $141,037/year beauty regimen.
Total Beauty added up Aniston’s health routine based off products and treatments the actress has previously told the press she does to retain her youthful appearance. Then, our pals at Beauty High broke it down by body part and feature.
Between literally lasering her face off (see slide number seven) and keeping a yoga instructor on hand at all times, Aniston’s regimen costs more than just a pretty penny.
After the California girl said she's spent too many years in the sun, she now visits Ibiza Tanning Salon in West Hollywood--where an airbrush tan runs for $45.
Aniston visits Beverly Hills eyebrow guru Anastasia Soare to shape her brows.
While the first session with Anastasia costs a whopping $120, Aniston is a recurring client so she probably only spends about $80 per visit.
Aniston works with dietician Carrie Wiatt, RD. A consultation with Wiatt will set you back $300 and one week of the dietician's pre-made meals cost $385.
Aniston is famously a yoga devotee. The actress has worked with her friend, personal trainer/yoga guru Mandy Ingber for years.
Aniston reportedly meets with Ingber three times a week for about an hour one-on-one to do a mix of cardio and yoga. While Ingber's rates are confidential, Scott White, author of 'Celebrity Personal Trainers,' told Total Beauty that many celebrity trainers charge upwards of $300 an hour. So at minimum, Aniston is spending $900 per week to get her sweat on.
Aniston has said of the workouts: 'When I started doing yoga with Mandy, I noticed many things. My legs getting leaner. My arms getting stronger, and most importantly, I noticed an inner strength. … I feel like I am getting a meditation, a workout, and time with my friend, all rolled into one hour.'
Aniston and her famous locks are tended by celebrity hair stylist, Chris McMillan.
A cut and highlight by the creator of 'The Rachel' will put ya back $920. And that doesn't include gratuity.
While this sounds somewhat reasonably priced, Aniston has copped to visiting the Tracie Martin Spa before big events or award shows for Martyn's signature Red Carpet Facial.
The treatment costs $450 and products for purchase aren't cheap, either. The 'Famous Purple Bag' of at-home products costs $391.50.
Between this and her chemical peels, Aniston's grand skin care total to $1,186.95.
Aniston enlists the help of celebrity makeup artists such as Angela Levin to help her look red carpet ready.
Total Beauty calculated that the cost of of all the beauty products from a recent Bazaar Magazine cover shoot came out to $402, plus the high price of having a makeup artist on hand.
Beauty experts say rates for makeup artists can be as high as $4,000 per day.
Aniston has allegedly had two nose jobs, the most recent by Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Dr. Raj Kanodia.
A typical rhinoplasty by the doc will run you anywhere from $9,000-$12,000.
So, double that for two nose jobs and that's $18,000 minimum.
Total Beauty calculated that instead of spending $141,037 on herself, Jennifer Aniston could put that amount towards:
1.) Six Honda Accords.
2.) 44 Round trip, first class tickets from Los Angeles to New York.
3.) A home in the Midwest.
4.) Almost four years of college tuition.
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