Monica might be trying "The Rachel."
Courteney Cox, who starred in the NBC sitcom "Friends," let a new pair of hands (and scissors) take a crack at her hair in the form of Chris McMillan.
McMillan is responsible for creating "The Rachel," Cox's co-star Jennifer Aniston's iconic hairdo in the early seasons of "Friends."
Cox, 55, snapped a selfie of McMillan chopping away at her hair which he later posted to Instagram.
That post was followed by another of Cox with a brush and barrette lodged in her hair.
The first post was captioned with "#before" and the second, "#during."
A third photo was later posted to McMillan's Instagram showcasing the final product — a lookalike of her daughter's do!
"#after," McMillan captioned the photo. "Like daughter like mother."
According to a recent interview with Howard Stern, Aniston, 50, revealed that Cox hosted her "Friends" co-stars at her home for dinner.
"We just had dinner on Saturday. Yeah, the whole gang, everyone was there. [David] Schwimmer was in town and we all happened to have a window of time so we all got together," Aniston said.
At the dinner, Cox snapped a selfie with Aniston and Matt LeBlanc, which she posted to Instagram.