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Our No. 1 Boricua, Jenny from the Block, has been an icon through the ages for winning in the music, movie and fashion industries. Rumors swirled around her insuring her signature booty for a over a million dollars back in the 2000’s, but how have we not acknowledged her incredible locks that deserve a policy of its own.
While she’s known for her long waves, J.Lo has never been afraid of mixing it up over the decades. Get ready for the throwbacks.
1. The Classic J.Lo Look
CREDIT: @creativehairtools / Instagram
This iconic, tousled wavy, waist-length look wouldn’t be complete without her subtle highlights and the way Lopez makes it look so effortless. I’ve tried to get this look. It is a feat.
2. Big Curls, Little Bob.
CREDIT: “Voluminous Curls” Digital Image. Allure. 28 May 2018.
J.Lo brought it back to the 1920s by creating a side part, getting in some wide curls and tousling with lots (and lots) of hair spray. How she looks so perfect all the time, we can only guess at.
3. The Sleek Topknot.
CREDIT: “The Topknot.” Digital Image. Allure. 28 May 2018.
We have all experienced the pain of our mothers combing our hair back into the tightest possible ponytail. According to my mom, it’s a two-fer: a proper hairdo and a way to pull your forehead back and prevent wrinkles. Jennifer keeps it in place with a neat topknot for a sleek, elegant look.
4. The Latina Faux Hawk.
CREDIT: “The Faux Hawk” Digital Image. Allure. 28 May 2018.
There are faux hawks and then there are Latinx faux hawks. Our faux hawks have more volume and should give you an extra 5-7″ in height. J.Lo does it best.
5. The Loose Slick Back.
CREDIT: “The Slick Back” Digital Image. Allure. 28 May 2018.
Please note that in order to achieve any of these looks, you will need a good hair gel and a tiny comb. Probably also your own personal hair dresser, if you want to be like J.Lo.
6. The Tight Curl Mid-Part.
The only way to complete this look is with a chain-neck, metal sheet halter top and butterfly clips to pull back the part. Take me back to the ’90s.
7. The Bandana ‘N Braids Look.
CREDIT: “[IMG]” Digital Image. The Coli. 28 May 2018.
J.Lo rocked this look at the 2000 MTV Music Awards.
Here’s how to get it: Your hair has to be half-up, half-down, to make your ponytail look longer, and you must be wearing braids to pull this off. A starched headband is also preferable. Also, hoops like J.Lo’s.
8. The Hide Your Hair to Show Off Your Face Look.
CREDIT: “A Dazzling Headscarf” Digital Image. Allure. 28 May 2018.
When you’re Latina, you can pull this off. When you’re J.Lo, you can get a matching headscarf to go with your sparkly, taupe suit.
9. The Deep Brunette Perm.
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The early ’90s obsession with deep brown, curly hair was glorious for many Latinas. That baby face rocked it well.
10. Caramel Highlights.
CREDIT: Untitled. Digital Image. Cosmopolitan. 16 May 2018.
#NeverForget the era of caramel highlights. Our moms did it by squeezing lemon juice in our hair, and the occasional kool-aid for a red tint. J.Lo *might* have used a professional.
11. The 50-Inch Hair Extensions.
CREDIT: @laurielainehair / Instagram
J.Lo doesn’t usually need to do much to her hair to stun the red carpet, but at this year’s Billboard Latin Music Awards, her iconic hair went past her iconic butt.
12. It grew when she went on stage to perform “Inches.”