- Jennifer Aniston shared how she moisturizes her natural waves in a new Instagram.
- “Air dry and a little bit of @lolavie 💁🏼♀️,” she wrote, referring to her hair care line.
- Fans loved the tip and admired Aniston’s natural beauty.
Ever since Jennifer Aniston launched her hair care line, LolaVie, she has intermittently blessed us with the hair advice we’ve craved since “The Rachel” became the most envied hairstyle to date. And her latest tip, which she shared to Instagram, shows off effortless air-dried waves (if you can even believe it) and the nurturing oil she uses to protect them.
In the brief clip, the Morning Show star stands in her bathroom wearing a robe, her hair parted down the middle, and her golden waves framing her face. She demonstrates dropping a few ampules of LolaVie’s Lightweight Hair Oil into her palms before running them through her strands by section, and then scrunching her waves into place.
Fans loved the quick tutorial, and of course, couldn’t help but compliment Aniston’s always-glowing beauty. “You are the most natural stunning goddess ⭐️,” Jenna Dewan commented. “Beautiful with curls. ❤️” another added. “The best hair products of all time,” someone else wrote.
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The oil, which fights and prevents damage with a vegan keratin complex, is one of LolaVie’s recent launches, the latest one being the brand’s long-awaited Restorative Shampoo and Conditioner. Aniston announced the drop with a steamy shower pic.
Fun shoots and marketing aside, the brand is a huge passion project for the actress, who spent five years developing it before the first product launched. “I was inspired to create products that promote healthy hair and that are multifunctional—like a Swiss Army knife… but while performing these functions, they won’t damage your hair,” she told British Vogue in May. “While working with another brand years ago, I got the bug of getting to go behind the scenes and developing products, including selecting ingredients and creating formulas, and also the marketing that goes along with it. I just loved the process and wanted to do it in a much more meaningful way as a brand founder.”
It’s safe to say that, at this point, she has accomplished her goal.