Beauty The Luxe French Hairspray Behind Jennifer Aniston's Volume Is a Game Changer for Thin Hair “I feel like I have double the amount of hair when I use it.” By Eva Thomas Eva Thomas Eva Thomas is a senior commerce writer at InStyle, where she pitches, writes, and strategizes around all things fashion, beauty, and celebrity, always approaching her shopping content in a fresh and exciting voice. InStyle's editorial guidelines Published on March 15, 2021 @ 09:00PM Pin Share Tweet Email We independently research, test, review, and recommend the best products—learn more about our process. If you buy something through our links, we may earn a commission. Jennifer Aniston. Photo: Kevork Djansezian/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images How much is thick hair worth to you? Some people spend thousands on hair extensions, while others look to supplements that promise to reduce hair loss and, in turn, create the appearance of more luscious locks. Achieving thick hair is a priceless dream for many, but if you don't want to spend big bucks (and we mean in the high hundreds and thousands) to get red carpet worthy hair, volumizing sprays might be your best bet yet. The beauty of a spray is that 1) you're working with what you already have, a.k.a your natural hair, 2) it's low commitment, and 3) it's a fraction of the cost of what other hair thickening efforts cost. We know: Some sprays can leave hair crisp and hard to comb through, others are smelly, and some just don't work, but the mastermind behind Jennifer Aniston's always-on-point hair recently shared the spray he uses to achieve her coveted height, volume, and texture. Courtesy Shop now: $95; sisley-paris.com; saksfifthavenue.com; nordstrom.com In a recent interview with Vogue, hairstylist to the stars Chris McMillan revealed that he uses Sisley-Paris's Volumizing Spray on Aniston's hair to add lift, and since then, we haven't been able to get the holy grail hair find out of our minds. And we really couldn't stop thinking about it after we read that one Nordstrom reviewer wrote that it feels like they "have double the amount of hair" when using the French favorite hair spray. What praise! McMillan only uses a small amount of Sisley-Paris Volumizing Spray at the crown of the Aniston's hair — his and the actress's philosophy is "less is more," so if you're one who also takes a similar approach (or you can't stand the feel of hair sprays, like that crunch-crunch), this spray's for you. And since little goes a long way, you know that 5-ounce bottle will last you a while. To use, simply spritz a little onto the top, back, and sides of your head, lifting your hair so the spray can penetrate into the roots. Next, watch your hair grow (err, rise in volume) and who knows, maybe you too will feel like you now have double the amount of hair. The best part about this French hairspray, besides that fact that it gives thin hair major volume, is that it has a light texture that doesn't leave hair feeling sticky, hard to comb through, or weighed down, and its humidity-resistant formula keeps frizz away, too. Oh, and it smells delicious, according to the brand. Don't let the $95 price tag scare you away, either. One shopper shared that the Sisley-Paris Volumizing Spray doesn't just add "mind-blowing volume" to their "thinning hair," but that "it also makes it luxuriously shiny. It is pricey, but [it] feels like it's worth it."