April 13, 2024

Jennifer Aniston Has Officially Launched a Hair-Care Brand Called LolaVie

Make some room on the shelf in your bathroom: Jennifer Aniston has officially launched a hair-care brand called LolaVie. The Friends alum casually hinted at a beauty brand launch with a few lifestyle photos that she shared to LolaVie’s official Instagram page last week.

At the time, she hadn’t yet specified what kind of products the brand would be specializing in, as she only revealed that it’d officially be available to shop on Sept. 8.

By the brand’s official launch date, she returned to the platform to announce a lineup of plant-based hair-care products. “Today LolaVie officially launches – a little idea from @jenniferaniston that evolved into a line made to help your hair feel healthy and look effortless,” a caption on the page reads.

“Our products are made with plant-based, naturally-derived ingredients – and WITHOUT parabens, silicones, sulfates, phthalates, and gluten… and of course we are vegan and CRUELTY-FREE! ”

BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA - JANUARY 05: Jennifer Aniston attends the 77th Annual Golden Globe Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on January 05, 2020 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Steve Granitz/WireImage)

So far, the first product on LolaVie’s roster is a Glossing Detangler, a lightweight spray that can be used as a detangler or a heat protectant. The same Instagram post teased that there are more products on the way. The Glossing Detangler can now be purchased on lolavie. com for $25.

Television Legend Michael K. Williams Has Died at 54

Michael K. Williams has died at 54. The actor’s publicist, Marianna Shafran, confirmed the news in a statement shared with The Hollywood Reporter on Sept. 6: “It is with deep sorrow that the family announces the passing of Emmy-nominated actor Michael Kenneth Williams. They ask for your privacy while grieving this insurmountable loss. ”

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - AUGUST 08: Michael K. Williams attends the Los Angeles premiere of MGM's

The onscreen veteran and television legend had a career that spanned decades. Following more minor roles on The Sopranos and Law & Order, Williams landed his breakout performance as Omar Little on The Wire, which aired from 2002 to 2008. The Shakespearean stick-up man is considered to be among the greatest characters in television history.

Williams went on to appear on Boardwalk Empire, The Night Of, When They See Us, and Bessie. His recent performance as Montrose Freeman on Lovecraft Country earned him a nomination for outstanding supporting actor in a drama series at the Emmy Awards on Sept. 19. The forthcoming films 892 and Surrounded will mark his final performances.

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