Jennifer Aniston is flaunting her unruly locks.
The 52-year-old "Friends" star took to Instagram on Thursday to share two fresh-faced selfies with her more than 39 million Instagram followers, showcasing what her hair naturally looks like in humidity.
"Okay, Humidity…" she captioned the post. She also gave a nod to her latest business endeavour, a haircare line called LolaVie, which was launched in September 2021.
The actress's post was quickly met with praise from fans gushing over her natural beauty.
"Beautiful. Your hair is giving beach vibes," one Instagram user commented.
Another person pointed out that, by the look of Aniston's hair, she most likely has natural curls hidden somewhere beneath all the effects of humidity.
"Jen! You're such a natural beauty. So happy that you're sharing this side of yourself with us! You're glowing and BTW, when hair looks like that when it's humid, it's usually an indicator that your hair is naturally curly you just need the right products to define the curls. Maybe LolaVie should put out some products for us curly ladies!" they wrote.
"My hair looks the exact same in humidity."
"Yes! Natural curls!"
"Loving this natural look on you," added another.
"More makeup-free selfies, please. Loving this look on you," someone else wrote.
"Yes! Natural curls coming through. Love to see it!"
In an interview with PEOPLE after the launch of LolaVie, Anistonsaid that her products are made to replenish hair health.
"How can we give hair that is really damaged and goes through the wear and tear that mine has gone through nourishment?" she said. "That's what we focused on we were all very particular about. It just had to be absolutely perfect."
To ensure the products are up to snuff, Aniston has her close friends quality check them beforehand.
"Every time we'd have a new formula, I would hand it out to my friends because they have all different kinds of hair, and it was really nice to get feedback from them," she said.
LolaVie products are cruelty-free, vegan, and created without gluten, parabens, preservatives, phthalates, silicones and sulfates.