Diva Jennifer Lopez returns to the cover of Allure in the latest January 2010 issue.
“I wanted to do a tawny, bronzy look; anyone could create it at home,” said makeup artist Scott Barnes. First, Barnes applied pinky-peach blush to Lopez’s cheeks, then gold highlighter on her nose, cheeks, and brow bones. He then brushed a burgundy shadow on her eyelids, rimmed them with black liner, and added mascara. He kept her lips looking “natural and flesh-colored” with a gray-beige lip gloss.
To give Lopez’s hair volume and to eliminate frizz, hairstylist Oribe sprayed on Imperméable Anti-Humidity Spray from his own line, then blew her hair dry with a round brush. He set her hair in hot rollers for more body and spritzed it with a finishing spray to hold the wave.
Image: Just Jared.