The hairstylist's latest handiwork was this down-do displaying the perfect tousled waves for Aniston's visit to the The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.
Nonchalant and sexy, the style looked like an effortless air-dry, although McMillan revealed there was a lot more to it than a wash-and-go.
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#congrats @jenniferaniston @themorningshow #EPIC #mustseetv #hair #natural #waves #dress #james galanos #iconic #makeup #natural This was such an honor to be a part of. The hair is Jens natural curl and waves. Dried natural and touched up minimally with blow drying the roots for direction and touching up random pieces with a wave iron. @dysonhair @ghdhair Then products layered on @drunkelephant detanglingspray @harklinikkenusa leave in conditioner @shuuemura #paste @kerastase_official #oleorelax natural hair and make up for such an iconic 1952 architectural gown by the master James Galanos
"The hair is Jen's natural curl and waves," he revealed on Instagram. "Dried natural and touched up minimally with blow-drying the roots for direction and touching up random pieces with a wave iron." His trusty tools were the Dyson Supersonic and Ghd Curve.
They real key to the flawless finish was in the products used. And there were a lot. He first applied the forthcoming Drunk Elephant Detangling Spray (yes - the skincare brand are entering the hair area!), then the Harklinikken Leave-in Conditioner, the Shu Uemura Art of Hair Shape Paste and finally the Kérastase Huile Discipline Oléo-Relax oil. Phew.
So the next time you wonder why your natural texture doesn't look quite like Aniston's, don't pass on the products. (Or you could book yourself a glam squad.)