Jennifer looked amazing at the Versace show during Paris Fashion Week on July 6! This beauty let her true self shine when she pulled her locks back into a sleek ponytail, showing off her healthy, glowing skin and super long lashes!
Jennifer Lopez, 44, is the true definition of a glowing goddess. She stunned the crowd when she hit the red carpet at the Versace show for Paris Fashion Week wearing a long, all white dress that hugged her curvy figure and looked great against her smooth and flawless complexion. Jennifer is looking sexier than ever and we can’t get enough!
Jennifer Lopez At Paris Fashion Week — Sultry Eyes For Versace Show
After sharing her 10 pound weight loss diet and showing off her sexy new highlights, this pop star has never looked better! Known for her irresistable glow that she never seems to be without, she definitely looked radiant and healthy.
With highlighted and bronzed cheekbones and a glossy, nude lip, what really pulled this look together was her lengthy, full lashes! Pulling her hair into a tight, sleek ponytail helped show off her classic beauty.
This look is definitely perfect for the summertime. Not only does the white dress show off her radiant tan, but the big lashes add a glam twist to her sun-kissed makeup look.
Long Lashes — Get The Look
Although Jennifer might be wearing falsies for this glam look, you can still recreate her doe-eyed look with mascara! We recommend using L’Oreal Telescopic Shocking Extensions Mascara! This is seriously magic in a bottle. It not only separates, intensifies, and lengthens your lashes, but it is also clump-free, smudge-free, AND flake-free. This is the perfect mascara to wear on a night out when you want to look super glam with no worries!
So, Hollywoodlifers, are you loving Jennifer’s long lashes? Let us know!
— Michelle Rodriguez
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