Jennifer Lopez’s Flawless Grammys Look Was Created Using a $12 Foundation

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It’s starting to sound repetitive, but every time Jennifer Lopez steps onto the red carpet, we pretty much can’t believe what we’re seeing. Not only is the star always stunning, but she quite literally makes 47 look like 30. Need proof? That walk down the Grammys red carpet in the infamous plunging Versace dress was 17 years ago and Lopez doesn’t look like she’s aged a day since. Yes, let that fact sink in for a bit.

While Lopez’s age-defying beauty can be credited to a tough fitness routine, strict diet and (we can only imagine) a rigorous anti-aging regimen, those seeking to emulate her signature youthful look can also take a few pointers from her makeup routine. Lopez’s makeup artist, Mary Phillips, shares on Instagram that for the 2017 Grammys, she used a mix of prestige and drugstore products to create the star’s gorgeous glow.

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Phillips prepped Lopez’s skin with Armani Moisturizing Balm and followed with L’Oréal Paris Infallible Total Cover Foundation in Natural Beige 305, Buff Beige 206 and Sun Beige 308. The foundation, which just launched last month, combines a super light texture with intense pigment and full coverage that lasts up to 24 hours. Once the base was set, the star’s signature glow was created using a classic, YSL Touche Éclat Radiant Touch in 3 Light Peach and L’Oréal Paris Magic Lumi Highlighter in Light. To sculpt Lopez’s features, Phillips used Armani Sun Fabric Sheer Bronzer in 100 and 200 along with L’Oréal Paris Infallible Blush Trio in 1010 Soft Sand. 

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