The ‘American Idol’ finale may have left fans split on the results, but one thing we are definitely not split on is our opinion about Jennifer Lopez’s sultry eye look. On May 22, Jennifer paired a brown smoky eye with nude glossy lips — so Jenny from the block! We adore the ‘Idol’ judge’s sexy stare, and we have just the thing for you to get it. Keep reading to find out more!
The 44-year-old singer oozed her trademark sex appeal on May 22 at the American Idol finale in Los Angeles, California. The finale itself left some fans disappointed about the outcome, but no one was disappointed with Jennifer Lopez‘s sultry look on the show. Keep reading below to find out how you can nab this hot look!
Jennifer Lopez’s Makeup On ‘American Idol’ Finale — Sexy, Smokey Eyes
Jennifer is known for her sexy looks on the red carpet. Last night at the Idol finale, Jennifer was the perfect amount of sexy.
She paired light beachy waves with nude lip gloss, and a sultry, smokey eye. While every part of Jennifer’s look was amazing, her eyes are what really put her look over the edge, and we have just the thing for you to have these sexy eyes, too!
The smoky eye is a look that we’ve all used to add a little spice to our typical makeup. Jennifer is executing her smoky eye amazingly, with a neutral twist. To get a similar look, we love Urban Decay’s Naked 3 Palette. This eyeshadow palette features a mosaic of neutral warm tones, and is the perfect way to get Jennifer’s brown smoky eye.
The palette has both matte and sparkly colors and gives you so many options — ranging from fun to sexy, for day or for night. Pair this look with some big lashes and nude lip gloss like Jennifer to really bring focus to your eyes. Everyone is sure to love your J. Lo inspired look.
What do you think HollywoodLifers? Will you be trying Jennifer’s sexy look?
— Sage Baisden
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