To share her morning routine Jennifer Lopez removes makeup without 'special filters
At 52, Jennifer Lopez is extraordinary! Via Instagram, The superstar gave fans a chance to peek into her makeup skincare routine.
Jennifer Lopez shows how she gets the shine of her signature! On Wednesday, April 6, the 52-year-old introduced her passionate fans to her skincare routine in a new Instagram video and ensured she didn't use Instagram filters. "I don't have any special lighting or anything; it's just morning light.
I don't have any particular filters here; this is my face, "she said as he stepped out of the shower, her prominent hair still wet." Hello everyone, this is a beautiful day out. It's lovely; I just got out of the shower and cleaned with my cleanser, "she explained.
Of course, the singer and actress used several products from her JLO beauty range which she launched in January 2021.
The brand, which has its roots in antioxidant-rich olive oil, also includes its 'Holy grail' product. : JLO Beauty Glue Serum, Retail at $ 79. "So, you see, there's no makeup yet," she explained after the cleaning. Jennifer has previously said that she is a fan of makeup's morning cleansing from the night before. Adding serum, the "Medicine" singer described the product as "vitamins for the face ... I like to think about it." Take my vitamins in the morning. Get my day off to a good start.
The next step? Protective sunscreen. "Sunscreen is essential and has been one of my beauty riddles since the early twenties; I was in my late teens," she said. "When you were a child, your mother put it on you to save your skin from the sun, and I continued it until adolescence, and it was a game-changer ... protection, from the sun every day. There was no sun in New York when I was growing up - it made a big difference in protecting me from sun damage.
Jennifer rejected using Botox to stop wrinkles - largely thanks to her healthy lifestyle, including a strict skincare routine, exercise, and a healthy diet. "I am safe now and ready to endure whatever day brings," she said of her sunscreen, adding a little eye cream before the end.
"It's my morning habit," she said before directing to maybe one of her twins, Emme or Max, 14, who was "knocking" on her door. They're banging on my door; they're already bugging me. I don't think I'm preparing or doing anything, but I am," she joked.