Drunk Elephant partners with Chris McMillian, Jennifer Anniston's go-to hairstylist, for their first-ever haircare line
Hair all about it
Jennifer Aniston is known for many things. You might recognise her for her rock-hard abs (at 51, no less); her outstanding performance in Apple TV+ drama, The Morning Show; or perhaps her widely-publicised marriage-and-divorce with fellow actor, Brad Pitt. Then, of course, there's the hair movement she (inadvertently) launched in the '90s: The Rachel.
What you might not know is that the snip was conceived by celebrity hairstylist, Chris McMillian, whose regular clientele includes icons in the vein of Michelle Williams and Kim Kardashian. With three decades of experience under his belt, you could say that McMillian is a legend in his field — which, naturally, made him the top choice when famed beauty brand, Drunk Elephant, decided to expand into haircare.
It also helps that Drunk Elephant's founder, Tiffany Masterson, has been getting her hair cut by McMillian since she was 12. Both agreed to create a line that "allows your hair to be what it is", stripping away any unnecessary chemicals or parabens that you don't need on your hair and scalp. It's a philosophy that Sephora's fastest-growing skincare brand holds as well — to great success.
Knowing this, it's likely that Drunk Elephant Hair is going to be a crowd-pleaser. Whether it'll achieve cult status, though, remains to be seen. Hitting shelves 3 April, the debut range includes a Wild Marula Tangle Spray, a Cocomino Marula Cream Conditioner, a Cocomino Glossing Shampoo, and a T.L.C. Happi Scalp Scrub.