Jennifer Aniston Goes Without Makeup, Shows Off New Bob Haircut Again: Picture

Celebrity Beauty Nov. 16, 2013 AT 11:25AM
Jennifer Aniston Jennifer Aniston wore no makeup as she showed off her new bob haircut once again during a visit to Mila Moursi Skin Care Institute in West Hollywood on Friday, Nov. 15 Credit: blanco-rol-juliano/x17online.com

Another beauty run! Jennifer Aniston stepped out once again (without makeup!) while showing off her gorgeous new bob haircut during a visit to Mila Moursi Skin Care Institute in West Hollywood on Friday, Nov. 15.

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During the outing, the 44-year-old actress kept her blonde locks down and tucked some lose strands behind her left ear. She also bundled up in tight-fitting jeans, brown boots, a matching long sweater and a black and white scarf. 

Last week, the Horrible Bosses 2 star got the finishing touches done on her new "bright" look with the help of her longtime stylist Chris McMillan and colorist Michael Canale.

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"[McMillan] cut it short with an a-line back to it so it's got the drop front, like Victoria Beckham but not so exaggerated," the Canale Salon owner told Us Weekly exclusively of the new chic 'do. "We did it all natural. We didn't use any toners on it. We just left it baby blonde, and I took a lot of the yellow out of the top section, then we re-blended the side."

So, how did Aniston respond to her look? "[She said] 'I love it,'" Canale gushed. "You outdid yourself.'"

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Indeed, Aniston revealed her excitement for the bob by taking a photograph with McMillan shortly after her new look was complete. In an Instagram snapshot posted on Nov. 9, the We're the Millers actress smiled with her mouth wide open while raising her right arm to the camera.

"LOVE!!" McMillan wrote alongside the picture."#JenniferAniston #bobhaircut #LivingProofInc #Flex #PerfectHairDay." (McMillan is also the one who created Aniston's famous "Rachel" cut back in the '90s!)

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