Jennifer Aniston was recently spotted on a trip to the airport, where she opted to go makeup-free. Aniston, 53, was still dazzling as ever as she bumped into a friend and colleague. In fact, Aniston has been favoring a less-is-more style in a lot of her deliberate photos lately, to great effect!
Lately, Aniston has been busy as ever. Her filmography stretches back to ’88 and is full to bursting with film and TV credits. That list continues to grow, with her latest projects being 2019’s Murder Mystery and its sequel due out this year. So, how did she like some of this relaxed downtime?
Jennifer Aniston continues to shine when going makeup-free
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Aniston kept things casual all around for her airport trip, not just with the makeup-free look, but with a comfortable outfit that still had flashes of style. Her hair was in its signature waves while she wore a flowing black top that served as a nice, high-contrast backdrop for her gold jewelry, while jeans kept things casual.
While there, she met up with Jason Bateman, with whom she co-starred in Horrible Bosses. The two were seen sharing a hug between a lot of chatting. It’s reported that the two make an annual trip to Mexico, so everything about this was familiar territory for the two friends as they returned to Los Angeles.
All about embracing herself
— HollywoodLife (@HollywoodLife) January 4, 2023
Aniston has shared candid photos and footage of herself in the past. She hopped right out of the shower to show her Instagram followers how to get her signature wavy hair and it’s a very quick process. In this way, she encourages others to not feel the need to embrace heavy alterations and simply let their natural looks glow!
That’s easier in some areas than others, though. There are some entries in Aniston’s career that she remembers abashedly. The main culprit behind the embarrassment is Leprechaun, which just turned 30 recently. Today, it’s a cult classic, which Aniston says is directly “because it’s so embarrassing.” Well, maybe a little bashfulness is alright sometimes, just as long as self-love wins at the end of the day.