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Jennifer Lopez Wears Sheert White Manicure With Bio Seaweed Gel Polish — See Photo

Since her early dancing days on In Living Color, Jennifer Lopez has been a great source of beauty inspiration for many. Folks want to know the tips and tricks behind everything she does, whether it’s figuring out how to achieve her exact shade of golden blonde hair or knowing the secret to her glowing, radiant skin. She’s also a bit of a nail-art queen and has shown that people with short nails can have fun with designs, too. Her most recent manicure that fans are loving is a pearly white set that looks so classically beautiful.

Nail artist Tom Bachik, who works often with the New York native, shared her fresh manicure via Instagram on August 11. Lopez’s hand is perfectly moisturized, and her sheer, white nails look clean and gorgeous. Bachik painted Bio Seaweed Gel’s Be The Light nail polish (which is available in both regular and gel polish formulas) on each finger. This white hue is on the sheer side, giving it a milky appearance. The shade is light enough that you can see the pink tone in her natural nails peeking through the nail polish.

J.Lo’s nails aren’t super short here. They actually have a little bit of length to them. Nails of all lengths are amazing, but this mid-length is good for those who want to flirt with longer nails but aren’t ready to commit to talons.  While Lopez has experimented with different nail shapes, we’re loving this oval one on her. 

Bio Seaweed Gel Nail Polish in Be The Light

This pearlescent mani may be simple, but it’s that exact kind of minimalism that we love. It’s a great shade to use in the summertime (or when you’re too indecisive to pick a color) because white nails go with literally anything and will always look good. Leave it to J.Lo to remind us about the beauty in simplicity.

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