The Rachel rules
Step 1: Ask for a cut with long, allover layers. They’ll give your hair movement and fullness on top, which were two key benefits of having The Rachel. Also important: a front angle that starts from the lips, down. They’ll frame your face.
Step 2: Get face-framing highlights a la Jennifer Aniston — they should be more subtle now, with less contrast between the lighter streaks and your base color.
Step 3: At home, blow dry your lovely layered cut with a round brush (or flip your head upside down) so hair has volume at the crown.