Radiantly beautiful: We'll tell you how you can easily imitate Jennifer Lopez's latest make-up look.
After experiments with XXL extensions, a 90s blow-dryer hairstyle, and an oversized ponytail, Jennifer Lopez now has a new look: She is now wearing curtain bangs. Her hairstylist Chris Appleton cut her slightly angled bangs that frame her face like a curtain. The rest of the hair is still long, with golden highlights, parted in the middle, and super straight.
Her make-up artist Scott Barnes created a classic make-up look for her new hairstyle. As you can see on the Instagram photo, Lopez wears a nude-colored lipstick, combined with soft smokey eyes and a touch of highlighter on the cheekbones and nose. Would you like to imitate this look? Here is a step-by-step guide.
First, apply a moisturizer and primer. A primer ensures that the foundation holds better. Use a foundation brush to spread the primer evenly.
To even out shadows under the eyes, it is best to use a creamy concealer that does not settle in the wrinkles of the skin. A transparent powder will help fix it. Then apply the foundation.
Then, emphasize the cheekbones with a bronzer.
Now put some setting spray on a make-up sponge and use it to spread some highlighter on the cheekbones. For the inner corners of the eyes, the cupid's bow, and the tip of the nose, it is better to use a fine brush to apply the highlighter in a targeted manner.
Now put some eye primer on the eyelids. This gives you a smooth surface and the perfect base for the eyeshadow. Then use an eyeshadow brush to spread a light brown eyeshadow on the eyelids. You emphasize the crease of the eyelid with a darker, more pigmented shade. Start at the outer corner and work your way in. After that, give a lighter, shimmery shade under the end of your eyebrow.
Use an eyelash curler and apply volume mascara to your lashes.
A velvety nude lipstick is suitable for the lips. For a little more contour, you can also apply a lip liner in a similar shade. Then dab the lips lightly to achieve a matt effect. Finally, you can apply the same shade to the eyelids and blend gently with your fingers.