Jennifer Aniston doesn’t have social media — but that doesn’t mean she hasn’t perfected the art of the selfie.
Tuesday night brought the Internet a rare gift: a glamorous picture of the gorgeous actress cozying up to her A-lit pals. According to Instagram, the former Friends star seemingly spent a casual summer night hanging out with pal Amanda Bateman, BFF/hairstylist Chris McMillan, and longtime makeup artist Gucci Westman, with Westman providing the photographic proof.
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The images don’t provide too many details — are they working on a project together? Are they in Malibu? (There’s no reason to assume this, but something about this photo screams “Malibu.”) Did Aniston and her husband Justin Theroux take a vacation and bring the whole glam team along?
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One thing is for sure — if this beauty crew is together, Aniston is going to be set with great hair and perfect makeup. Commenters are fawning over her natural-looking glow. Fans rave about how good they look: “Hey guys!! Looking beautiful as always!” and “I JUST SCREAMED ‘OMG I’M DYING’ WHEN I SAW THIS AND MY MOM GOT SCARED.” Another got straight down to business: “JEN ANISTON IS THE PRETTIEST HUMAN BEING ALIVE.”
Most importantly, one commenter articulated what we’re all thinking: “She doesn’t age wtf.” If you do have to get older, as Aniston appears to preach, it’s much better to do it with a makeup artist and a hairstylist as your best friends.
These appearances on friends’s feeds are fans should hope for from Aniston. She explained her reasoning for staying off of social media just a few months ago: “For me, it’s self-preservation. There’s enough written about me out there and enough that’s not true,” she shared in an interview with Arianna Huffington. “There’s one school of thought, which is, ‘Why don’t you be on social media and really show who you really are?’ And I don’t need to…This is the one place I have that’s really protected and is mine and is what my life is without a camera rolling or paparazzi or media exposure.”
The good news? She still might see your selfie. She said, “Every once in a while I will Google someone’s Instagram just to see something that caught someone’s eye here or there.”
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