Jennifer Lopez’s glam barbie hair is the best thing you’ll see today

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Photo credit: Chris Appleton - Instagram
Photo credit: Chris Appleton - Instagram

Once again, Jennifer Lopez has proven that it’s her world and we’re just living in it.

Alongside her credentials as a singer, actor, entrepreneur and businesswomen, J-Lo has shown she is the master of wearing every type of hair look possible.

Her go-to celebrity hairstylist, Chris Appleton, posted a picture on Instagram showing his latest hair creation, along with the caption: “Who’s into this Glam Barbie vibe today on @jlo”.

Us, Chris. We are very much into it.

So what exactly is Glam Barbie hair, you ask? Well, it involves sleek and straight hair – but not so straight that all life and volume has been burnt and clamped out of it. The ends still have body (‘ody, ‘ody, ‘ody, to quote Megan Thee Stallion) and flicks in at the ends.

To give it a polished finish, Chris scraped the very top of J-Lo’s hair back, keeping it out of her face.

Adding an extra 90s doll-like touch, the look was finished a neon green knitted dress, done up at just the top button.

J-Lo was obviously feeling the look, too, and later posted her own selfies on Instagram, which has already racked up over two million likes.

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This Glam Barbie look is just another in a long list of epic hairstyles worn by J-Lo. Earlier this week, she teased an upcoming Netflix project with an Instagram post, in which she’s rocking this season’s biggest hair trend: curtain bangs.

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Not to mention, the time she wore XXL extensions and then ditched them in favour of her natural curls.

A true hair chameleon if we ever saw one.

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