Jennifer Aniston Reveals That Justin Theroux Steals Her Haircare Products From The Shower...

18 October 2012 by

Last week we brought you the news that Jennifer Aniston and her extraordinarily famous head of hair was about to make a BIG impact in the hair care industry.  The news didn’t come as a huge surprise – After all, how can we ever forget ‘The Rachel’ of the mid 90’s?  It’s only one of the most requested hairstyles of all time…

And the announcement in question? That uber cool Massachusetts-based hair company Living Proof had signed the actress (and brand's co-owner) as an official spokesperson and product creator. Finally we get the chance to buy that long-lasting shine and bounce in a bottle. Let the queues begin…

Jennifer is somewhat of a pro when it comes to beauty industry success. She launched her own fragrance in 2010 and it was quickly snapped up by her frantically excited fans. It seems that the crowded market and influx of other celebrity collaborations didn't faze her either, ‘If something is good,’ she insists, ‘it doesn’t matter if the market place is crowded.’ Too true, Jen. As a result we're guessing that Jennifer is taking a similar approach to the huge hair care market - with Jennifer's hair and Living Proof's science, it's bound to be a match made in hair heaven!

We have however, been wondering how the soon-to-be Mrs Justin Theroux will find a minute to spare. She’ll be balancing this foray into hair care with her other acting commitments and there’s also the small matter of a celebrity wedding to organise. And if the ring is anything to go by then we’re sure it’ll be a pretty large affair.

This week good ole Jen has spoken up and revealed that Mr Theroux is somewhat partial to using the hair care line too… "he kind of has no choice,” the actress told People magazine. “It’s what’s in the shower right now. You know, he’s a guy, he just goes for what’s in the shower. But yes, he’s used it.”

We hear you Jen…Don’t even get us starting on the very sensitive matter of Grazia-beauty-boyfriends stealing the favorite (and inevitably most expensive) products in the bathroom …


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