Aniston drops hairdresser who created 'the Rachel'

Jennifer Aniston is reportedly parting ways with the trusted hairstylist who has cut her widely imitated locks for nearly 15 years.

Aniston has become close friends with Chris McMillan since he created her famous 'Rachel' haircut on sitcom 'Friends' in the 1990s.

The actress is said to have refused to let any other hairdressers touch her blonde locks - even paying a reported $57,000 (€42,271) for McMillan to accompany her on a week-long promotional trip across Europe in March.

Now McMillan is training another guru how to style her hair - so he can work on other clients.

A source told Britain's Mail On Sunday: "Chris is instructing someone else on how to do Jen's hair because he's not on set. Chris is focused on building his celebrity clientele and Jennifer wants to experiment with her look."

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