Jennifer Aniston’s Beauty Brand Has Arrived And Our Hair Is So Ready

Jennifer Aniston’s Beauty Brand Has Arrived And Our Hair Is So Ready

You’ll be hard pressed to find a celebrity that hasn’t dabbled the beauty game at this stage. With big names like Rihanna, Selena and Drew solidifying themselves in our beauty bags, the next celeb to join the ranks is none other than our favourite Friends friend, Jennifer Aniston.

Say hello to LolaVie, a naturally-derived haircare brand founded and owned by Aniston. The brand “creates products that are effective, smart, and unfussy – ones that solve real problems without the fluff,” and launched September 8, 2021.

For someone who made ‘The Rachel’ haircut famous many moons ago, we’re not too shocked that the A-lister went down the haircare route. And as for our post-winter locks? They couldn’t be happier.


For those playing along at home, the brand’s name might seem a little familiar. Back in 2010, Aniston first launched a perfume, which was originally intended to be called, LolaVie. “It’s a long story and honestly it’s too personal to tell, but it has a special significance,” Aniston previously told the LA Times.

Well, the cat’s out of the bag over 10 years later, sharing LolaVie comes from her nickname, Lola, which has more meaning than ever. “To her, Lola is someone who owns who they are, believes in themselves, and lives life on their own terms. In French, vie, means life. Thus, LolaVie = LolaLife,” the brand shared.

As for the product line up, LolaVie has launched with one product, promising it will be releasing more when they are “just right.” 

The first cab off the rank is the Glossing Detangler. The multitasking, lightweight spray helps detangle and prime with vegan thermal shield, enhances shine with lemon extract, smooths with a superfruit complex and vegetable ceramides, and protects against damage by harnessing the power of chia seeds. 

The range is said to be suitable for all hair types – thin/thick, fine/wavy, curly/coily, dry, damaged, chemically-treated, colour-treated and virgin hair.

As for availability, LolaVie is currently sold exclusively online through, shipping across the United States. Plans for international delivery is on the cards for the near future, so stay tuned! 

Main image credit: Getty

Are you excited about Jen’s beauty brand? What kind of hair products would you love to see from her?

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  1. The mention of all hair types doesn’t specify oily – everyone forgets about oily.

    I try to buy Aussie brands & I’m not a fan of celeb products, so I’ll skip this, too. Aniston does have beautiful hair, though.

  2. I was surprised to see the spray was only $25 US which is roughly $34 AU. Love that it is all natural without any nasties, but only available through which doesn’t offer international postage at this stage.

  3. I like Jennifer Aniston. I also kinda feel sorry for her. Publicly humiliated and dumped on an international stage? Then unlucky in love with everyone wondering whether she’s ever been able to get over Brad? But getting back to her haircare, its probably not something I’d purchase online.

  4. She is beautiful, her hair, her skin and she’s a great actress, but does the world really need another celebrity brand? Don’t think so and it most likely will come with a hefty price tag.

  5. Thats very true but I think they employ people to make the products for them. With things like perfume they just give them a list of scents that they want included and go from there. I remember watching some show about Kim Kardashian and how she came up with one of the perfumes she put out.

  6. I usually avoid celebrity products like the plague, but I’d actually be down for a Jennifer Aniston range – especially a hair range. Decades of fabulous hair leads me to believe this is a subject she knows a thing or two about,

  7. I’m not keen on celebrity anything, even though I like Jen as an actor. As someone with super-fine and thin hair, I doubt very much that the same range is just as suitable for my hair, as well as someone with curly, coarse hair.

  8. $25 usd for 5oz seems to be an OK price, not too bad for a celebrity range.I have to remind myself that she does have access to the best in the industry and they money to invest in good ingredients.
    Would be interested to hear what a chemist in the know thought of the formulation.

  9. If it’s $25 USD then it will be mid to high $30’s for AUD conversion. There is no way I would spend that much on a detangling conditioning spray when my beloved Schwartzkopf Leave-in Conditioning Spray just set me back $7! No matter how much I love Jen.

  10. I’m not a fan of hers. Not sure about this product, I’d wait for the reviews. Having a ‘celebrity’ name attached to anything doesn’t make it more appealing to me. 😛

  11. Well I’m not surprised that another celebrity haircare product has hit the market and especially since everybody once wanted the Rachel from Friends hairstyle. I’m not a fan of hers and I tend to avoid any celebrity products, being their own or products endorsed by them. I remember all the fuss in the 70’s when Farrah Fawcett had her own haircare products which you could purchase in the supermarket. They were made by Faberge and were a big deal at the time.

  12. She’s very stunning but lets face it she has the best of everything at her finger tips and all of the experts to create he look. I am sure she would be passionate about this adventure but I don’t know if it would make me buy it.

    Personally I would prefer a hairdresser to release a new hair range. They know what they are talking about and hopefully will pick the best products to do the job.

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