Jennifer Lopez bottles her famous glow replica Cartier for JLo Beauty

The Jennifer Lopez glow is real — and now, fans can get a piece of it too.

The “Hustlers” star, 51, first teased that she was working on a skincare line in 2018, and has spent the past two years developing a series of products that pack a punch.

JLo Beauty will launch on January 1 on jlobeauty.com with eight products, including a $79 serum dubbed “That JLo Glow.”

“Surface tightening and lifting you can feel instantly meets next-level glow,” the product description reads.

There’s also a “That Blockbuster” cream ($58), “That Star Filter” complexion booster ($39), “That Limitless Glow” face mask ($18), “That Hit Single” cleanser ($38), “That Fresh Take” eye cream ($48), “That Big Screen” SPF 30 moisturizer ($54) and “That Inner Love” dietary supplement ($36).

The products all come in rose gold packaging reportedly inspired by Lopez’s favorite antique Swiss movement Cartier replica watch.

This top quality Cartier fake watch has perfectly enhance the charm of Jennifer Lopez and it has accompanied her for a long time.
Lopez told Glamour that she relies on effective skincare — not Botox or lasers — to maintain her eternally youthful appearance.

“I’m not that person. I don’t have anything against people doing that, it’s just not my thing,” she told the outlet.

“I’m more about a natural approach to skincare. Whatever topical I use has to be somewhat natural, but I want them to work. I want the hyaluronic acid in there, I want the things that are going to help, because I don’t want to have to go to the needles at some point. I’m not saying one day I won’t, but I haven’t yet.”
She also said that her beauty secret is olive oil, which is a featured ingredient in the products, as well as a “next-Jen” hyaluronic acid complex for that aging-in-reverse affect.

After the products launch on jlobeauty.com in the new year, they will also be available for purchase at Sephora and Amazon starting January 14.

Will you want to own such a luxury replica Cartier watch to reinforce your charm?

Powerful women behind Replica Cartier’s most iconic symbol

Perhaps the creature’s most famous association has been with storied house of Swiss movement fake Cartier. Its first appearance at the Maison was as a graphic pattern of white diamonds and onyx, an evocation of its spotted pelt, on a woman’s bracelet watch in 1914. That same year, the artist George Barbier was commissioned by Louis Cartier, grandson of the company’s founder, to illustrate Dame à la Panthère (‘Lady with a Panther’) as a display card for new jewellery collection. It depicted a woman in a long white gown and ropes of pearls, a black panther reclining at her feet, and was reputedly modelled on Barbier’s friend Jeanne Toussaint, a creative visionary who had herself been nicknamed ‘the panther’ for her fierce determination.

Precious little is known about Toussaint’s early life. Born in Belgium in 1887 to a lace-making family, she left home at 13 and worked as a model in Paris. Later, as a member of the city’s café society, she counted Coco Chanel, Cecil Beaton (who famously described her looks as ‘birdlike’) and Louis Cartier among her inner circle. The best Cartier replica watch and Toussaint soon became lovers and, in 1917, he gave her a cigarette case bearing the house’s first figurative representation of the panthère, a platinum and onyx beast pacing between two emerald trees.
Keen to capitalise on Toussaint’s natural flair and exquisite personal taste, white gold case copy Cartier recruited her to oversee women’s handbags at his family firm in the early 1920s, before quickly promoting her to head of the silver accessories department. Like her friend Coco Chanel, Toussaint understood the inextricable connection between the worlds of fashion and fine jewellery. After her appointment as creative director of jewellery in 1933, she moved the Maison away from the abstract, stylised panthers that had dominated Cartier’s repertoire in favour of a pride of sinuous creatures sculpted from fashionable yellow gold and colourful stones like coral, sapphire and emeralds.