This Is The MAC Lipstick Jennifer Aniston Always Wore Filming 'Friends'
Over the 10 years Friends was on air, the US sitcom became iconic for its witty one-liners, famous cameos and love triangles.
While the 90s saw numerous attempts to recreate the infamous 'Rachel' haircut, TV fans were equally obsessed with her make-up looks, which so perfectly summed up the era.
Her signature beauty style during the early years always featured three mainstays; dewy, luminous skin, a dust of pink blush across her cheeks and always, always a burnt-brick orange lip.
With everything 90s back in fashion, we've long wondered, 'what was that signature shade she wore?'
And after all that time, Pop Sugar have finally got to the bottom of it and revealed that lipstick she kept in her make-up arsenal was in fact MAC's Paramount, £17.50.
According to the publication, when asked what Rachel was most likely to carry in her makeup bag, Jennifer revealed: "MAC's Paramount, particularly that colour [...] because after all it was the '90s."
It's not the first time Jen has revealed her love for the soft pink hue; in a 2017 interview she described it as Rachel's "go-to" while filming the sitcom.
More Like ThisMore Like This
The colour, which has a satin finish, truly encapsulates the beauty trends of the last decade of 20th century - aside from that it, it really is one of those shades that suits a multitude of skin tones.
Another notable beauty product Jennifer has used throughout her years on TV and film is Aveeno's Daily Moisturising Lotion, £8, which she claims she kept in her make-up bag throughout filming Friends.
She said: "My mum first introduced me. It was in my bathroom and she said, 'You've got to put moisturiser on your body.' I totally fell in love.
"It was just one of those things, you used it just because it was there and your mom told you to use it. I'm a creature of habit, so then when I went out on my own, I went to the same exact store and bought it."
*Runs to the nearest MAC counter and Boots*
Featured Image Credit: Warner Bros.