Just In: J.Lo's Glowy Skin Is Officially for Sale This Month

Updated 04/05/18
Jennifer Lopez's Makeup Collection
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Here's the thing: As talented as Jennifer Lopez is when it comes to her acting, dancing, and singing chops, she might be just as famous for her impeccable—and ultra-iconic—glow. (Seriously, when the majority of the population has the phrase "that J.Lo glow" in their everyday vernacular, you know you've done something right with your trademark makeup aesthetic.) And while we've agreed to settle for our own arsenal of highlighters and bronzers over the years, it's safe to say that nothing has yielded the red carpet–worthy results of Lopez herself.

Until now. Or rather, until April 26. Yep, brace yourself. As reported earlier today by Harper's Bazaar, singer, dancer, actress, and all-around goddess Jennifer Lopez will be collaborating with Polish beauty brand Inglot Cosmetics to launch her namesake makeup collection later this month on April 26. But wait—it gets even better.

How could it possibly get better, you ask? Well, this isn't just the stuff of a measly nine-piece lipstick collection. Instead, the highly anticipated line will boast over 70 different pieces, including eye shadows, lipsticks, blushes, mascaras, powders, and yes, all the bronzers. Oh, and as Women's Wear Daily reported, the aesthetic for the line couldn't be more "Jenny From the Block" in essence, as it'll feature exclusive shades of nude, gold, and radiant gradients of shimmer.

"It's something I have been wanting to do for a very long time," Lopez explained to Women's Wear Daily. "A makeup line seemed like a natural progression since people are always asking about the products I use and how I get the glow to my skin. I really wanted to make it representative of what I would like, what I would use, from the color but also the quality. The price point was very important to me, which is why I chose to partner with Inglot. We can create great quality products that are affordable."

So how much will the collection run for? True to her word, each piece in the collection will be refreshingly wallet-friendly. (In other words, feel free to stock up on the entire collection. We kid. Kind of.) While the majority of products will retail between around $9 and $26, the most expensive pick—a build-your-own customizable palette—will come in at a still-reasonable $49, Harper's Bazaar reported.

Our parting suggestion: Mark your calendars (and get ready to glow) for April 26 when the Jennifer Lopez Inglot collection becomes available at inglotusa.com and jenniferlopezinglot.com (items will also be available at Inglot's 755 global freestanding stores and 25 Macy's stores in the States).

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