Former Friends star Jennifer Aniston is the envy of women for her desirable locks.
In a survey, conducted by hair growth and care brand Viviscal, it was revealed that over one-third of British women believe that Aniston has the most influential locks, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
The research was done for National Good Hair Day, which was May 14.
Other celebrities that ranked high include Victoria Beckham, Kylie Minogue and Madonna.
Meanwhile, stars such as Eva Longoria and Halle Berry have fallen out of favour. Only three percent of Britishers prefer Longoria's long mane and Berry's cropped style.
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National Good Hair Day marks the official celebration of good hair. Richard Ward, celebrity hair stylist, offers advice to women who complain of thinning hair and damage due to styling.
“Many women are initially unaware of the damage they can do to their hair through the over use of styling aids and tools, but shockingly when they do realise, one in six still refuses to stop. I make sure that I equip all of my clients with tips and advice on styling naturally and effectively, so that they feel comfortable in achieving a great look with minimal styling," said Ward.
"I also recommend Viviscal supplements because they are scientifically proven to help make hair fuller, thicker and stronger,” he added.