We already knew that Jennifer Lopez is a stone cold fox, but if she seemed to shine brighter than usual during last night’s Super Bowl halftime show, it wasn’t a figment of your imagination. The 50 — yes, 50! — -year-old’s megawatt look scored some serious points with us on last night’s field, and as it turns out, she had a little help in the bronzing department thanks to her longtime makeup artist, Scott Barnes, and Marc Jacobs Beauty ($49, Sephora).
Barnes took to Instagram after her epic performance to reveal the magical product that provided J.Lo’s signature glow.
He also gave a little insight into its superpowers, writing, “Super-sized bronzer, perfect for both face and all-over body bronzing. Comes in three shades: Tantalize, Tan-Tastic! and Tantric. Flawless, radiant-matte finish for a sun-kissed look!”
This award-winning powder bronzer features conditioning agents that will lend your skin a silky-smooth, natural-looking finish.
It also just so happens to be made without any parabens, sulfates, or phthalates, and is completely cruelty-free.
As reviewers point out, it’s great for any skin tone, and goes on like a dream. “So easy to blend and work with and it’s a perfect color, even with my fair-ish skin (with a bit of an olive tone),” one shopper wrote on Sephora of the Tantric hue. “I can wear it in winter lightly and it’ll be easy to build up for summer.”
Others praised it for its consistency, writing, “Beautiful bronzer! I feel the formula is very buttery and it blends very well on the skin. The color is also nice.”
For those who were more mesmerized by Lopez’s stunning eyes, Barnes also raved over the brand’s 12-hour long-wear waterproof eyeliner ($26, Sephora), one of which he says is sold every minute. “Versatile, glide-on gel formula makes it easy to create sharp lines or smudge it out,” he shared. “Comes in 30+ shades in shimmer and matte finishes.”
If you’ll excuse us, we’ll be busy adding these two major beauty scores to our carts.
Where to buy: $49, Sephora
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