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Friday 27 May 2016

JLo: I want to share my beauty knowledge

Published 01/07/2014

Jennifer Lopez
Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer Lopez would love to share her beauty secrets with fans via a make-up line.

The 44-year-old star has hit the headlines lately after showing off her highly toned body while promoting her new record A.K.A. As well as having an enviable physique, the singer-and-actress' even complexion is the envy of her fans. She's now hinted she is ready to give away some of the secrets to her look.

"It’s been talked about a lot, doing a skin care and make-up line, and maybe," she told "You know, I’m always looking for great opportunities to help make women’s lives better, and where I can share my secrets of the things that I’ve learned over the years. I always like when someone gives me a good inside tip, so I’d love to share that with other women.”

Jennifer has already released clothing lines and has become something of an icon for curvy women thanks to her voluptuous body. She's proud to show off her figure, although she's only become truly confident about her appearance over the last few years.

"When I first started out, it was a big deal and I had a manager who told me, ‘You have to lose weight! You’re too big! Your butt’s too big!’ and so it’s funny now that I have a song called Booty, and that it’s so celebrated now the world over," she laughed. "I think it’s a big deal for women. You should be proud of who you are and not conform to what everybody else thinks is perfect. There is no perfect. None of us are perfect, we’re all beautiful."

The star has made no secret of the great lengths she goes to in order to maintain her appearance. She is a firm believer in working out regularly and watching what you eat, previously insisting no one can have a great figure unless they take care of themselves.

Jennifer has also adopted a vegan diet which has seen her drop ten pounds and reduce from a US size 4 to a 2.

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