Mix These 2 Products Available on Amazon to Get Jennifer Lopez’s Coveted Sun-Kissed Glow

Use this duo of JLo Beauty essentials to boost your complexion this summer.
Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer Lopez.

Whenever Jennifer Lopez gives out skincare advice, we take detailed notes. The actress-singer’s official JLo Beauty Instagram account dropped a major tip on June 21 for mimicking the star’s gorgeous, sun-kissed glow.

The brand celebrated the first day of summer by sharing a photo of the “Jenny From the Block” singer captured in ideal lighting as the sun streamed down onto her face. The 53-year-old’s highlighted cheekbones sparkled while she held one hand up to her forehead in the glam selfie.

“Celebrate your summer glow with a selfie for #NationalSelfieDay and #FirstDayofSummer 🤩🤳🏼,” the brand wrote. “#GlowLikeJLo with this simple hack… mix That Star Filter Complexion Booster into That Big Screen Broad Spectrum SPF 30 Moisturizer for a healthy, lit-from-within glow ✨✨✨.”

Use the following two JLo Beauty products mixed together to achieve that perfectly bronzed summer glow.

JLo Beauty That Star Filter Complexion Booster, $39 (amazon.com)

Available in pink champagne and rich bronze, this product is designed to boost the skin’s radiance while evening out your complexion.

JLo Beauty That Big Screen Broad Spectrum SPF 30 Moisturizer, $49.50 (amazon.com)

Guranteed to lock in moisture while blocking UVA/UVB rays, this everyday moisturizer also promises to brighten and smooth the skin.

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