Jennifer Aniston has fantastic hair, no question. So we’re delighted that her hairstylist Chris McMillan has just revealed the spray he uses on her for fuller-looking, volumized hair.
Fans will know that McMillan has been the star’s go-to hairdresser for years, and was the stylist behind the iconic Rachel haircut (although Jen famously told Allure magazine that she always hated the hairstyle).
“The way she wears her make-up, the way she wears her hair, the way she wears her clothes, there’s an ease to it and that's why people can relate to her,” McMillan said in an interview with Vogue last month.
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"She’s consistent about trims, she’s consistent about getting highlights, she’s consistent about facials," he added. "She takes care of herself."
One of the products McMillan revealed he uses on Aniston is Hair Rituel by Sisley Volumizing Spray, a weightless formula that adds body to hair from root to tip.
Promising to add both body and bounce, this wonder spray also strengthens the hair fibre over time. It also helps to shield against humidity and can be applied to damp or dry hair. According to InStyle, one happy Nordstrom customer claimed it left them looking like they “have double the amount of hair“. Impressive!
The bad news is that this wonder product will set you back almost 100 dollars – but that's the price of hair worthy of the A-list, we guess.
Hey, if it's good enough for Jen...
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