Could they not get an updated picture?
A pre-bobbed Jennifer Aniston is on the cover of the UK's Red magazine looking a little red herself.
During her interview, Jen talked about her debut fragrance. She told the mag:
"I tried to collect all of the smells that I love in a bottle. I kind of layer things on, whether it’s lotions or serums and oils – all the things you lather up when you get out of the bathtub and pamper yourself, all the things that make you feel really clean, sexy, sensual and refreshed. It took a while, but I think I got there and I’m very proud of the result. It’s a wonderful experience to work in a perfumery and create something unique."
Obviously her hard work paid off since the self-named fragrance sold out at Harrods.
As for her favorite scent? It's a three-way time between a fire, jasmine and cherry blossoms.
[Image courtesy of Red.]
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Jennifer Aniston was in Mexico City on Thursday to promote her eponymous fragrance and she looked absolutely stunning.
For her appearance at the St. Regis Hotel, Jen wore a sexy little number from the Valentino Haute Couture spring collection and matching heels.
This is hands down the best she's looked in a long time.
[Image via AP Images.]
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After months of keeping her US fans waiting, Jennifer Aniston is finally launching her fragrance stateside.
Jen's eponymous scent will be available exclusively at Sephora for the next three months, starting online today and in stores next month.
And from the sounds of it, Aniston hopes to do more fragrances in the future, including one for men and a nighttime scent.
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Talk about waiting until the last minute!
Unbeknownst to us, Jennifer Aniston changed the name of her fragrance days before the launch this past Wednesday at Harrods.
Marketing execs thought the name Lolavie was too similar to Marc Jacobs ladies fragrance Lola.
"It turned out as we were getting close to the launch, there was something out there that was very similar and it was just going to get very confusing in the marketplace. And at such a late hour, I didn't want to postpone the launch so the only thing we could really clear was my name."
Umm, did they not research this before naming it that?
Marc's Lola has been on the market for at least a year and we have a feeling customers are smart enough to know the difference.
Besides, would the same people who buy Marc Jacobs really be looking for Maniston's stank?
We don't think so.
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