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Jennifer Lopez: 'Big earrings dress-up any look'

Published 25/06/2016

Jennifer Lopez
Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer Lopez relies on a swipe of lip gloss to perk her up while she's on the go.

Jennifer Lopez finds wearing big or glitzy earrings a great short-cut for perking up an outfit.

The busy mother of eight-year-old twins Max and Emme is working non-stop at the moment, juggling parenthood, filming her TV show Shades of Blue, and performing in her show All I Have at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas, Nevada.

And outside of work, she has mastered a time-saving hair and beauty routine she can do on the go.

"When I don't want to take a lot of time on my hair I go for every girl's favourite: a ponytail or bun," she told Britain's Hello! magazine. "I just pull it back, maybe tease the ponytail a little to give it some body, then make the look seem a little more dressy with big earrings."

And when travelling, particularly by aeroplane, the 46-year-old simply uses a swipe of pink or neutral lipgloss and a little mascara to perk her up her look.

"But that's it. I like to keep things casual and simple when I'm flying," she explained.

However, the brunette beauty takes her skincare routine very seriously and always cleanses her face thoroughly after hitting the gym to keep her pores clean and skin feeling healthy. And she only wears moisturiser and sunscreen when she's going out during the day.

The Booty singer also reveals her surefire way to get a signature JLo glow. Any time she feels her confidence lagging, she'll do a spontaneous dance routine.

"There's something about seeing what my body is capable of and feeling the endorphin rush that comes with a good dance session that really helps boost my confidence and my mood. I still consider myself a dancer at heart and I love it."

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