.JLo's SuperBowl makeup look required 10 hours, lots of bronzer, and a police escort to the stadium.
Jennifer Lopez's makeup artist explains his day of prep creating J.Lo's Super Bowl glam—and how you can create it at home.(@scottbarnescosmetics) on Feb 2, 2020 at 5:44pm PST How did you make sure the look lasted on stage and worked with the outfit changes? I felt like the light was the one thing I needed to figure out. I felt like the light was very strong up there. I was like,"I have to do this eye punchier or else it's going to disappear." Thank God for that eyeliner because it literally saved my life. What are your tips for recreating this look at home? Always use bronzer! I used the Marc Jacobs bronzer and toasted all the edges and kept the center a little bit lighter. I used my highlighter kit—glowy and showy. I used my new lip glosses that are coming out in about a month. It's a little too soon to be using them but I'm using them because I love them. I did a smoky eye and I also did a little bit of a small stout cut crease and a shimmer on the lid. The key is you can't just make the eye close up with too much smoke. You want to make sure it stays open. What was your favorite part of the performance? First of all, that was the most jam-packed performance I think we've ever done. I've known Jennifer for 20 years and this was like a career flex in front of our eyes for six and a half minutes. I was so proud of the whole performance. I loved it all. Emme [Lopez's daughter] singing up on stage to"Let's Get Loud" was pretty incredible. I knew it was coming, I had been in rehearsals, but to see the crowd and hear the reaction to it, it was amazing. It's so different when you do things in rehearsal over and over again and it's a different thing when you do it in front of a billion people. You feel that energy exchange like the second she got up on that Empire State Building. Everyone roars and it hits you. They love her, and they love what she brings, you know? Jeff Kravitz How Barnes created Jennifer Lopez's Super Bowl Beauty Look Barnes used Marc Jacobs Beauty Highliner Gel Eye Crayon in Blacquer in her lash line and extended the line out to elongate the eye. He then flushed out the eyes using the Scott Barnes Snatural Eyeshadow Palette in the shades “Foxy” and “Femme” to create a crease, the shades “Boudoir” and “Brickhouse” to deepen the crease, shape the eye, and smoke out the lower lash line, and then used the shade “Sin” to deepen the outer corner of the eyes, crease, and lower lash line, again, all with his 62 Brush. He then applied the shade “Twilight Sand” from his highlighter palette on the lid and inner corner of the eye, finishing off with the Scott Barnes Pumped Up Mascara and Bianca – Falsetto Lashes. For her signature J.Lo glow, Scott used Marc Jacobs Beauty O!Mega Bronzer Coconut Perfect Tan in Tantalize , a warm deep bronze, on her forehead, cheekbones, and jawline using the Scott Barnes 66 Brush to deepen the contour and keep the contrast for the stage. He created a contour on the nose by mixing Marc Jacobs Beauty O!Mega Bronzer Perfect Tan in Tantric, a terracotta bronze, with the Scott Barnes Sculpting and Contour Palette in the shade “Sliced.” To finish J.Lo’s signature glow, Scott applied his Scott Barnes Original Body Bling to her chest and arms. Shop the products Scott Barnes used below: Highliner Gel Eye Crayon Eyeliner Marc Jacobs Beauty Read more: ELLE Magazine (US)
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