The iconic '90s layered haircut known as 'The Rachel,' popularized by Jennifer Aniston's character Rachel Green in the television show Friends, has made a sensational comeback. The resurgence was ignited by Jennifer's recent appearance in Paris at The Murder Mystery 2 photocall, where she debuted a modern version of the famous hairstyle.

The updated rendition of 'The Rachel' features gentler layers and fresh highlights that perfectly accentuate her heart-shaped face. The hairstyle has once again gone viral, garnering over 60.2 billion views on TikTok.

However, the 54-year-old actress has previously confessed that she wasn't always fond of 'The Rachel' haircut. "I was not a fan of 'The Rachel,'" Aniston told Glamour. She further explained that even during the height of the hairstyle's popularity, she couldn't style it on her own and needed her hairstylist Chris McMillan by her side. "Left to my own devices, I am not skilled with a hairbrush and blow-dryer," she added.

In an interview with Harper's Bazaar, Aniston admitted that she would never experiment with a Pixie haircut.

"Never ever in a million years! Or like, Tilda Swinton's hair. She always looks so gorgeous—her hair is like an art project," she said. Aniston also revealed that her biggest hairstyle regret dates back to the '80s, and she often struggles to tame her naturally curly hair.

"I have curly, wavy hair and I'm always envious of girls who get out of the shower and their hair just dries and they can just go. I have all sorts of weird cowlicks, so when it actually decides to behave in the elements, that is the perfect hair day to me," Aniston confessed.

On a bad hair day, Aniston admits to putting her hair up in a ponytail or opting for a stylish hat. However, she insists that she doesn't have many bad hair days. Among her hair care secrets are wearing a hair cap to bed, using dry shampoo every other day, and applying a hair mask once a week.

Aniston also advises against washing hair daily. "Don't wash it every day for sure," she recommended. The revived interest in 'The Rachel' hairstyle is a testament to its enduring appeal and Aniston's influence on pop culture and fashion trends.