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Friday 22 August 2014

Jennifer Lopez rarely looks bad

Jennifer Lopez
Jennifer Lopez
Jennifer Lopez and Cameron Diaz

Jennifer Lopez hardly ever wakes up looking gross.

The singer-and-actress occasionally has an off day with her appearance, just like everybody else.

Although these occasions are rare, the 43-year-old has a tactic for dealing with them.

"[Do you ever wake up and look anything but stunning?] Not really," Jennifer laughed to ELLE Canada. "You know, just like anybody else, there are days I feel great when I wake up, and then there are days when I feel more tired or not ready to face the day. To be quite honest, on those days, I really try to think positively."

The entrepreneur and mother-of-two says her secret to looking fabulous is positive thinking. Jennifer proclaimed her good looks and impeccable appearance can be accredited to the way she keeps her body and mind in balance.

"I try to do a lot of affirmations for good health and positive thinking to just get my mind and my spirit in the right place so I can face whatever it is that I need to face," Jennifer explained. "I remind myself how lucky I am, how fortunate I am to have my children, for all of us to be healthy and to have the life that I have. And to be able to do what I love. And then I try to just go from there."

The star's accepting approach to her looks helps her deal with day-to-day life.

With a successful fashion and beauty line under her belt, along with her status as an A-list actress and world famous singer, thinking about her celebrity status can be overwhelming.

"At this point I've been doing it a long time, but sometimes when I do something new, it can be overwhelming. I feel like people get scared of those feelings, but I don't think you should be scared of being overwhelmed. It's a natural feeling," Jennifer confessed. "Just feel it and be like, 'Wow, this is amazing. It doesn't happen every day.' It's exciting."

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