Jennifer Aniston Just Dropped Her Newest Hair-Care Product

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From her signature shaggy bob on Friends to her luscious feathered locks today, Jennifer Aniston has always been a hairstyle icon. Last September the star embraced her status as a hair role model by releasing LolaVie, her own line of hair-care products. This week, the brand blessed us with a new product drop that is bound to silence all your summer hair worries. 

LolaVie’s new Lightweight Hair Oil ($32) is the ultimate summer must-have for fighting frizz, hydrating dry hair, mending the look of split ends and giving damaged hair a silky shine. The multifaceted product utilizes a vegan keratin complex in tandem with natural, botanical extracts like bamboo and chia to repair tired hair and promote a natural shine. In addition to being vegan, color-safe, cruelty-free, and made for all hair types, the product has the added benefit of being TSA-friendly, so it’s safe to throw in your bag and take on all your summer escapades. 

Comedian Benny Drama gave us a sneak peek at the oil in action during YouTube’s “Beauty Fest” last week when he let two guests test out the product on camera. But the fun didn’t stop there; Aniston herself showed up to the stream and to surprise the two lucky fans and talk about her brand’s latest masterpiece. She explained to Benny and the fans that the oil gave her hair “shine and pizazz” and that it’s approved by her long-time hair stylist, Chris McMillan. 

Needless to say, this newest drop is the total package: organic, multifunctional, conveniently sized and Aniston-approved. 

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