Chris McMillan joins Jennifer Aniston at Living Proof
Living Proof announces that Chris McMillan, long-time hair stylist to Living Proof Co-Owner Jennifer Aniston, is joining the team as Celebrity Hairstylist. In his new role, McMillan will be actively engaged in brand building, product development, and retail/salon events and programs. He joins a powerhouse team of stylists that includes Ward Stegerhoek (Co-Founder and Editorial Stylist), Mitch DeRosa (Co-Founder and Salon Owner), and Tim Rogers (Creative Director).
McMillan brings with him a rich portfolio of editorial work - namely covers for Vogue, Vanity Fair, and Rolling Stone - and an impressive roster of celebrity clients, like Miley Cyrus, Michelle Williams, Hugh Jackman, and, most notably, longtime client Jennifer Aniston, Living Proof's co-owner and haircare spokesperson.
Chris and I have worked together for years and have always discussed doing something together that would be innovative, fresh and have the actual science behind it."
Chris visits the Living Proof test salon
Chris and Living Proof - a perfect match
After using the products in his salon and seeing their demonstrable results on Aniston’s hair, McMillan was eager to learn more. "And after meeting with the scientists and Ward Stegerhoek, who's been a role model of mine for many years, I was sold. I love that Living Proof approaches hair differently and actually delivers real innovation and science for both stylists and the everyday woman," says McMillan.
Stegerhoek adds, "Chris is a really gifted stylist and amazing when it comes to cutting hair," says Stegerhoek. “He knows how to create looks that women want - aspirational but attainable at the same time. This is very much what Living Proof is about."
Chris' current picks
"I have clients who have had really damaged hair, and I've given them the Restore shampoo and conditioner along with a really good haircut. Two months later, when they come back, it's unbelievable - their hair has grown an inch and a half. It looks healthy. It looks shiny," says McMillan.