The 70-piece collection includes a finely-milled, caramel, matte bronzer dubbed the Boogie Down Bronze and Livin' The Highlight, a champagne-toned loose powder bronzer. The range, which is reportedly priced between US$8.50 to US$49 will be available from 26 April, although pre-orders for an exclusive palette of the look she sports in the campaign will be available from 17 April. Says Lopez, "The capsule collection we created with Inglot is filled with all my go-to products in my favorite colours. We have everything from mascara, lipsticks, eyelashes, blush, eyeshadow and of course…bronzers." And if you love customisation, there's good news for you. The brand will also offer customisable eyeshadow palettes."What I think is unique and exciting is our Freedom System Palette—which allows you to create your own personalised palette with the specific colours and products that you need. Now you no longer have to buy that 5-piece eyeshadow kit to get the one colour you really want!"
Lopez reportedly created all the colours herself and is a dream collaborator for the brand. "We could not have asked for a better partner than Jennifer. She is a true beauty visionary," says Grzegorz Inglot, vice president of US operations for Inglot. "In addition to having great style, Jennifer is also quite a beauty expert herself. After years of working with the best in the business, she has unique insight into what women want as well as which products are necessary to create that beautiful glow that she made famous." You can say that again. All hail the glow queen.