Recreate Jennifer Lopez’s Top 5 Music Video Looks With Her Beauty Line



Jennifer Lopez may have been a bit of a style chameleon  in the span of her career, but if there’s one thing that has stayed consistent, it’s this: her amazing glow. Just imagine everyone’s thrill when the star launched a 70-piece collection with Inglot Cosmetics. Because seriously, who wouldn’t want to look like her?

Since we can’t contain our excitement, we’ve rounded up 5 of J.Lo’s best music video looks—as well as products you can use from her line to achieve those beauty looks for yourself.

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1. Jenny From The Block

In this music video, the star strayed from her typical nude palette and rocked glossy red lips, which you can achieve for yourself with her Lipstick in Besame (P1195). Don’t forget her signature baked glow—use her Boogie Down Bronze Freedom System Sculpting Powder (P1050) for this in any shade that suits your complexion.


2. All I Have (ft. LL Cool J)

This look was all about the eyes. Achieve her look by finishing off your eye makeup with her Eyeliner Gel in Midnight (P1195) then finish off with her Viva Las Lashes Mascara (P1395).


3. On The Floor (ft. Pitbull)

For her ultimate dance anthem, J.Lo brought her eye makeup to the next level by adding highlighter on the inner corners of her eyes. Use her Freedom System HD Highlighter Trio in Silver Dust (P995) for that extra oomph. Keep your lips glossy with her Lipglossy Lip Gloss in Peach Pearl (P1395).


4. If You Had My Love

While the star rocked an all-white ensemble in this 1999 song, her makeup look consisted of flattering neutrals. Sport this look by applying Lipstick in Mauve (P1195) and piling on Freedom System Eye Shadow in Lilac Grey (P575).


5. I’m Real (ft. Ja Rule)

In the beginning of this music video, J.Lo sports light eye makeup on the steps of her front porch. You can opt to keep it matte, but if you want to take things to the next level, use Pure Pigment Eye Shadow (P1195) in Silver Dollar. To balance things out, keep the rest of your face matte with Boogie Down Bronze Freedom System Sculpting Powder (P1050) in your skin tone.

For more information about Jennifer Lopez’s collaboration with Inglot Cosmetics, head over to inglotphilippines.com.