Jennifer Aniston Isn't Going To Be A Silver Sister Anytime Soon

Jennifer Aniston Isn't Going To Be A Silver Sister Anytime Soon
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Jennifer Aniston may not mind getting older, but don't expect the stunning 50-year-old to give up her golden locks to become a silver sister. Jennifer graces the October cover of InStyle magazine and there are five varying covers, each depicting her ageless beauty. One thing you'll notice is that in each one, Jennifer not only looks flawless, but you won't see one gray hair on her head. Jennifer speaks about growing older in the issue and opens up about feeling great at 50.

She has no complaints and revealed she didn't feel different or suddenly older after celebrating her birthday on February 11.  Though she is aging gracefully, Jennifer did make it clear that she is not comfortable with the idea of gray hair.

Speaking to the magazing she stated the following.

"I'm not gonna lie — I don't want gray hair.

Jennifer is known for her hair and she became a viral sensation when she debuted the "Rachel" on Friends. Her haircut became extremely popular and consisted of long layers that culminated in face-framing, below the chin, fringe. To this day, women around the world ask their hairdressers for the "Rachel."

While many women today are embracing their silver hair, including supermodels Yazemeenah Rossi, Carmen Dell'Orefice, Kristen McMenamy, Maye Musk and Cindy Joseph, Jennifer won't be one of them. And as more women are finding opportunities in the workplace in their older years, there is still much more to be done.

Jennifer also discussed women's fight for power in the workforce.

"Women were never allowed to have power. Power feels sexy to me today, as does women's intelligence and how capable and creative they are."

You may see the five covers Jennifer shot for InStyle magazine below.

Jennifer makes it clear that not only does she accept being 50-years-old, she also celebrates it. There is no hint that she is suffering from any depression or anxiety regarding aging, but rather seems to only be getting the benefits of growing wiser and stronger.

What do you think of Jennifer Aniston's comments? Would you be shocked to see Jennifer with gray hair? Do you think she should let her hair go gray or continue to keep her blonde look?

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