Jennifer Lopez’s upcoming studio album, This Is Me…Now, is This Is Me. ..Then, this was posted on 2002 during her initial relationship with her now-husband, Ben Affleck. Discussing this evolution requires thoughtfulness, candor, and an expression that honors both where Lopez has been and where she is going. Along with sleek ponies and hoops, Lopez’s ultimate beauty punctuation comes from her buttery manicures, which she showed lavishly the way she gestured during an original conversation with Zane Lowe for Apple Music.
Nail artist Tom Bachik eschewed the rich and neutral shades J.Lo has been loving lately, and turned the pop star’s elongated manicure into a Painted a pale, almost creamy yellow, the buttery color added a chic lightness to Lopez’s look (the blue Mongolian fur collar helped, too). The relaxed choice, an unexpected alternative to black winter nails, also echoes Lopez’s take on the album.
“Right now, I think the message of this album is very important: If you want to know, if you lose hope like I do sometimes and almost give up — don’t,” she said . “Because true love exists, and some things last forever. And that’s true.” And what better way to express that sentiment than with an upbeat yellow polish?