Jennifer Aniston Is Bored Of Her Bob, Adds Hair Extensions

02/01/2014 at 02:28 PM ET

Jennifer Aniston longer hairSplash News Online; Pacific Coast News

That was fast! Though Jennifer Aniston proclaimed to love her new bob back in November, she’s already stepping out with a longer look, debuting an extensions-assisted shoulder-length do at a birthday party for Portia de Rossi on Friday night.

Though Aniston told Vogue at the time of the chop “I feel great. I feel lighter,” she simultaneously expressed some hair anxiety to Elle UK. ‘The minute I cut my hair I want it back. Always. It’s a guarantee,” she said. “I’m trying really hard to love this one.”

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She has been lying low since the big chop, but as of Jan. 20, she still was sporting her chin-length look. Which is why we have to give major props to her hair extension guru (we’re assuming it’s longtime stylist Chris McMillan) for making her newly longer, thick curls looks so natural.

Did you like Aniston’s bob or are you glad she ditched it? Have you ever had a hair-related change of heart so quickly?

–Alex Apatoff

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Kimmy on

@Valliene; Aveeno also makes an entire line of HAIR CARE products. I know, because I have used them.

Guest on

@Kimmy: But Jennifer does not promote hair products for Aveeno – she has her own hair company Living Proof. Jen’s role with Aveeno is just for skincare and she was shooting an ad for them last night ahead of this party. It’s not unusual that they would want her to appear with longer hair as this is her most recognizable look – & the whole point of her advertising for them is that she’s a recognizable entity! Sheesh people really don’t get it how product promotion works!

K. on

Does this woman do anything more useful than calling the paparazzi to take “intrusive” pictures of her walking around in her bikini on yet another holiday? She needs to put some clothes on, ditch the blue contact lenses and learn to be more down-to-earth. She is over-rated in every single way.

dlraetz on

It’s her hair. She should wear it in a way that makes her feel comfortable

melissajean0 on

I thought it was cute short.

What’s wrong with you people, why are you all picking on Jennifer Aniston? You know her personally I’m guessing, right? Pfft. trolls.

Lisa on

yawn

Kate on

While I admit I think the current length (with extensions) is the most attractive length I’ve seen on her, she and her hair are getting old. As much as I want to continue to like Jenn, at some point, do you ever get mature enough to not use your hair as your total identity. Let it grow out….get it healthy and it won’t break off every three years.

Jane on

This story made me chuckle. When she first changed her hair, I said she would go back to the extensions. Her hair of course, but when you are supposedly famous for your “great hair”, this kind of flys in the face of that. All the fuss about the hair cut and back to the same old same old. How many stories will there be on this “new” do I wonder.

Kimmy on

@Guest; I am aware of that. However the remark I referred to was “aveeno is about skin…not hair” . Aveeno is about BOTH, rather Jen is or not.

susan schweitzer on

Jen, never cut your hair! It’s you.

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