Jennifer Aniston gets in the holiday spirit by decorating her Christmas tree with mini products from her hair care line LolaVie: ‘Who needs ornaments?’

‘Who needs ornaments when you’ve got LolaVie minis?!’ the actress’ award-winning brand captioned the Instagram footage, posted on Wednesday afternoon. 

The performer, who became a hair icon ever after her infamous ‘The Rachel’ haircut blew up in the Nineties, also sported a burgundy manicure and gold jewelry. 

Her long blonde hair was parted in the middle and styled in tousled waves, which cascaded past her shoulders as she crouched down in front of her Christmas tree. 

Her haircare company recently celebrated its second anniversary since hitting the market. 

While speaking about LolaVie to Forbes in August, Aniston revealed that she ‘didn’t even expect the amount of people that come up’ to her and rave about how much her products have ‘changed their hair.’ 

‘They couldn’t be more grateful,’ she said of her customers, before raving that some have been described how her LolaVie glossing detangler has help their kids, who no longer consider the bathtub ‘a torture experience’ with ‘tears and crying.’ 

She continued: ‘Our ingredients are natural – that was a really big piece of this that had to be a part of our product and that it was also effective.’ 

This past spring, LolaVie partnered with its first retailer Ulta Beauty and, more recently, became available in all of Credo’s stores as well as online. 

Earlier this week, Aniston made the rare move posting some of her Christmas decorations on social media.

The normally very private star revealed she has a collection of wood reindeer in her home.

The cute little animals had red noses, black eyes, scarves and Christmas tree branch antlers as well.

Aniston purchased the massive mansion in Bel-Air, California for $21M in 2012 when she was married to actor Justin Theroux. She kept the sprawling property when they divorced.

She now resides in the home with her three dogs: Lord Chesterfield, Clyde, and Sophie.

The mansion is about 8,500 feet and has four bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms.

The home sits on about 3.25 acres above the Bel Air Country Club.