Jennifer Lopez Met Gala Beauty Look Products J.LO Beauty – HarpersBAZAAR.com

It might be an understatement to say that Jennifer Lopez’s recent red-carpet looks have been giving in all categories lately, with her latest serve seen at tonight’s 2021 Met Gala. Though her Western-inspired outfit was Ralph Lauren, her skincare was all JLo Beauty (naturally). And we got the inside scoop on the exact products she used for tonight’s red carpet.

Lopez used six JLo Beauty products to prep her skin, including the brand’s sheet mask, eye cream, and complexion booster. At last night’s MTV Video Music Awards, where Lopez made a surprise appearance in a lace-up crop top and cutout miniskirt, the brand teased that she also used a new product (not out yet, obviously) to help her get an all-over glow.

At the Met Gala, Lopez’s hair was pulled into an extra-long, classic ponytail, thanks to hairstylist Lorenzo Martin for Wella Professionals. Martin used 20-inch tape-in extensions and curled the ponytail a bit to give it a more rustic look. Overall, the final beauty look was equal parts radiant and rustic, perfect for the American-themed costume event.

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Lopez’s glowing skin could still be seen under the wide brim of her western-style hat. The rest of her look was Ralph Lauren, including the studded bracelet and belt, brown beaded gown, and faux-fur jacket. She was joined by boyfriend Ben Affleck inside the event, though they did not walk the red carpet together.

See more of the best beauty looks from the 2021 Met Gala below.

Tiffany Dodson
Associate Beauty Commerce Editor Tiffany Dodson is the Associate Beauty Commerce Editor at Bazaar.com where she covers all things beauty and shopping, including new product drops and can’t-miss sales.

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