Jennifer Anniston dishes style and 'ageless' secrets

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Jennifer Anniston has been a style icon since she first appeared on "Friends" in the mid-90s. In fact, when make-up artist and now Editor-in-Chief of Yahoo! Beauty Bobbi Brown got to interview the actress she admitted to never being so nervous. 

Nerves quickly dissipated though and the two got into the nitty gritty details of Anniston's laid back style and seemingly ageless face. How does she do it? We pulled out some of the most noteworthy quotes for you. 

On Hollywood pressure to be ageless, and face injections:
"There is also this pressure in Hollywood to be ageless. I think what I have been witness to, is seeing women trying to stay ageless with what they are doing to themselves. I am grateful to learn from their mistakes, because I am not injecting s**t into my face."

On keeping your face "ageless":
"It's also just water, drinking a lot of water, using really nice good products for your face. Don't overproduct, that's the other thing. Getting proper sleep is always important."

On her flawless face idols:
"I am fortunate enough to know women like Gloria Steinem, who I think is one of the most stunning women on the planet, and doesn't touch her face. Diane Keaton, Annette Bening, all of these fabulous fearless women who are flawless, they embrace it!"

On aging hair:
"The one thing with hair, as we get older, is it doesn't necessarily react as beautifully as it used to when we were in our 20s, which I never knew."

On cosmetic company ageism:
"I think fashion people need to start incorporating all ages, not just these 20-something perfect people, or not just for anti-aging [ads]. Represent beauty in all ages!"

Even if you aren't in the market for getting your t-shirts tailored you can check out the rest of Jennifer's tips here - because let's face it, that woman is still killing it.  
Photo/Video credit: Getty