Jennifer Aniston demonstrates hairstyling tip that takes less than 20 seconds

The actress debuted her new LolaVie hair oil in a recent Instagram video.

ByGma Team via via logo
June 23, 2022, 2:09 PM

There's never a dull moment when it comes to Jennifer Aniston's hair -- and now she's giving everyone a peek at how she styles it.

The actress, who launched her LolaVie haircare brand in 2021, posted a video on Instagram Tuesday, demonstrating how she mixes some of the products to keep her strands looking good.

In the video, Aniston uses the brand's latest launch, the Lightweight Hair Oil, mixing it with the leave-in conditioner and applying the mixture to dry hair, tousling and fluffing her strands "for a little extra bit of extra shine," the actress says.

The process takes less than 20 seconds and leaves Aniston's hair looking softly mussed and breezy-chic.

Since posting, Aniston's video has received more than 1.3 million views, with lots of people -- including some celebrities -- excited to try the new oil themselves.

Fellow actress Rita Wilson commented on the post, saying the combined products were "perfect for this Greek head of hair!"

One Instagram user wrote that they had been using the leave on conditioner already and had quickly snagged a bottle of the newly launched oil as well. "It's been great [at] controlling my frizz," they added.

The new LolaVie Lightweight Hair Oil is a light, multitasking oil formulated to fight frizz, smooth split ends, hydrate, boost shine and repair the look of damaged hair. Key ingredients include a vegan keratin complex and natural botanical extracts such as bamboo, chia, coconut and more plant-based additions.

Aniston's haircare collection launched in 2021 with a Glossing Detangler. Today, the line also includes a Pefecting Leave-In conditioner as well as the newly launched Lightweight Hair Oil.

"So much hard work from our incredible team went into making this line," Aniston said in a previous statement about the collection. "And we're really proud to say it's been made without all the bad stuff."

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