Jennifer Aniston commemorated the second anniversary of her haircare brand, LolaVie, by posting throwback photos from her childhood on Instagram last Friday. The former Friends star, who refers to herself as self-made, shared a black and white photo of herself in the present day along with a baby snapshot. She wrote in a playful caption, “Someone turns TWO today and it’s not these two.” Aniston went on to express her pride in her exceptional team while extending her gratitude to friends, fans, and loyal customers.
Jennifer Aniston celebrated a special milestone on social media as she posted on Instagram to commemorate the second anniversary of her haircare brand LolaVie.
Charming: Jennifer Aniston, aged 54, commemorated her recent milestone by sharing nostalgic childhood photos on social media. She expressed her gratitude to her 42.8 million followers, acknowledging their support and teased of more to come with a series of emojis including a red heart, a bathtub, and a blonde girl. This post received over half a million likes in just two hours. In comparison, her current-day photograph depicted the actress in a sleek black halterneck jumpsuit, highlighting her signature blonde hair styled with a center part and tousled texture. The LolaVie official Instagram page also followed a similar pattern, displaying a two-photo slideshow of Jen in a bucket hat as a child and at her current age.
LolaVie’s official Instagram page recently shared a now-and-then post to commemorate their second birthday. The caption encouraged followers to share their own 2 vs now pics for a chance to win the full product range. Jennifer Aniston, the star of The Morning Show, also posted a photo of a partially eaten celebratory cake on her Instagram Stories. In an earlier event, she became emotional while checking out her hair products on the shelves of Ulta Beauty and expressed her excitement upon purchasing them.
Oops! The actress from The Morning Show also went on her Instagram Stories to post a picture of a cake meant for celebration that had been partially consumed.
An amusing photo of her dog with its tongue out was shared by Aniston, along with a caption that read, ‘Someone got to the cake before we could,’ accompanied by a crying laughing emoji. The actress’s nickname, Lola, was the inspiration behind the name of her product range. During her early days in Hollywood, her friends would call her Lola, and when she bought her first car, she immediately christened it Lola. Aniston worked on LolaVie for five years before launching it, and her interest in the haircare industry was sparked when she collaborated with Living Proof, a brand that she co-founded in 2012 but left when it was acquired by Unilever.