Jennifer Lopez looks half her age with slicked baby hairs

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Photo credit: Axelle/Bauer-Griffin - Getty Images
Photo credit: Axelle/Bauer-Griffin - Getty Images

Believe it or not but Jennifer Lopez really is 52 years old, however the pictures of her from the premiere of Halftime in New York City on Wednesday night really aren't doing anything to dispel the rumours that she's part human, part vampire.

Wearing a black velvet dress with some seriously extreme cut outs, the actress assured all eyes were firmly on her.

Of course Jen had her usual glam team squad to hand and while hairstylist Chris Appleton and makeup artist Mary Phillips are definitely blessed with one hell of a canvas, they also contribute to her consistently defying the laws of physics.

For her makeup Mary used Pat McGrath products to give Jlo her iconic glowing complexion which she paired with another one of Jen's signatures, a glossy nude lip.

Her eyes looked mesmerising with golden shimmer shadows and pretty serious false lashes.

We know hairstylist Chris loves nothing more than a good hair 'snatch' and the half up ponytail he created is so tight it's essentially a face lift in a hairstyle.

As a finishing and super cute touch, Chris styled Jen's baby hairs at the front and gelled them down.

Don't tell me she doesn't look a day over 22 in this picture.

As well as her edges, Chris seemingly confirmed in a different post that Jen's hair had been dyed a little darker than usual. "A little darker this evening for the premier of Jlo's Halftime," he wrote.

While it could be referring to her black dress, he also included a black heart and a black haired emoji, so we are putting two and two together here.

Let's just hope we're not making five.

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