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Not everyone is a big fan of Jennifer Lopez but I don’t think that anyone can or will debate her stunning face and figure.  She has a distinctive style and, generally, she is very savvy about how she clothes her famous curves.  She has tried many different looks and manages to make even a demure style (when she wears one) look sexy.  I tend to prefer when she is either all out glamour or natural/casual.  You can always count on Ms. Lopez to look fantastic – her hair, whether it be really long to mid-length, curly or straight never fails to be shiny and voluminous and her updos can vary from ornate and impossibly high, with tremendous volume to a sleek ponytail.  And her make-up, well, it is always flawless and while she will switch up her well known nude lip to a bright one, you can be sure that her skin will be glowing and bronzed.  Jennifer Lopez knows how to look effortlessly glamorous with dramatic hair and make-up on the red carpet.  You can tell that she enjoys dressing up and playing with different styles but making it work for her.

The famed Versace Grammy dress

Classic sleek hair with voluminous bun and the nude, glossy lip.

Golden Globes 2009 in Marchesa

Academy Awards 2006 in vintage Jean Desses.  I wasn’t certain how I felt about this one but I do love the old Hollywood feel of it, even if the colour wouldn’t have been my first choice for her.

Pixiwoo Jennifer Lopez inspired make-up tutorial:

2001 Academy Awards in sheer Chanel Haute Couture, complete with false eyelashes made of mink fur. Golden Globes 2004 in orange Michael Kors

Academy Awards 2007 in Marchesa.  I think that the dress is beautiful, particularly from the waist up.  All of that fabric and draping does not do a woman with curves any favours, even when you are as tiny as she is.  That said, she is gorgeous, as always.

Academy Awards 2010 in Armani Prive

Pixiwoo Bronze/Gold smokey eye make-up tutorial:

Golden Globes 2009 Marchesa

in Gucci – fantastic colours and a striking bold lip, not to mention her eyebrows look perfect.

Academy Awards 2003 Valentino

10 minute healthy glow make-up tutorial by Pixiwoo:

2010 Vanity Fair party post Academy Awards (she swapped out the pastel Armani Prive for this sleek and dramatic gown).

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