Lindsay Lohan modeled her Mean Girls hair after Jennifer Aniston

Lindsay Lohan modeled her Mean Girls hair after Jennifer Aniston


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That hair is so fetch.

Lindsay Lohan took a look back at some of her most iconic outfits in Vogue’s “Life in Looks” series, revealing some interesting facts along the way — including the inspiration for her “Mean Girls” character’s hair.

Wearing a white cardigan with pearl buttons, the star flipped through a photo book of fashion memories, exclaiming “‘Mean Girls!’” when she reached one page.

Showing off a photo of the scene where her character Cady Heron walks down the stairs in a short black-and-pink party dress, the “Georgia Rule” actress said, “Why was I wanting to wear this dress?”

“We were like, the character just has to be too much. And my hair, I wanted it like Jennifer Aniston, but not really, ’cause it was long.”

Adding that she originally wanted to play ultimate mean girl Regina George versus “the damaged teenager again,” the 35-year-old admitted that the role of Cady had its perks, after all.

“I remember doing the fittings for ‘Mean Girls’ and I would just, I would get really excited to wear the skirts and kind of dress more girly, ” she said.

“But then I felt really relieved when I played Cady just coming fresh out of Africa, because I got to chill and be more relaxed and everyone was kind of jealous that I was wearing sneakers and they couldn’t every day.”

Other iconic looks Lohan shared in the video included the Nicole Miller dress she wore to the premiere of “The Parent Trap” in 1998.

“My mom still has this dress,” the star — who recently went viral for recreating one of her famous lines from the movie on TikTok — revealed. “She kept it for me. It’s still at home.”

Another standout ensemble was a flamboyant pink costume she wore in the movie “Confessions of a Drama Queen” in 2004.

Lohan — who celebrated her engagement party in March with fiancé Bader Shammas — shared that she begged, “‘Please dress me like Britney Spears,’ because it was that whole era of Britney.”

The actress wrapped up her trip down memory lane with a peek at a wintery outfit she wears in her first new project in some time: the upcoming 2022 Netflix holiday movie “Falling for Christmas.”

The next memorable outfit Lohan will wear? A wedding dress.

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