JENNIFER LOPEZ IS CONSPIRING WITH L’OREAL TO PUT ONE OVER ON US

Every time we see Jennifer Lopez swinging what she wants us to think is her hair in a L’Oreal ad, we have to laugh. Sure, Jennifer is recognized for her beautiful skin and perfect makeup, but everyone knows she is almost never seen without a wig or hairpiece. Especially in movies. When Jennifer is flinging her glossy hair around in those impossibly glamorous ads, it isn’t hers. This kind of fakery is an insult to the consumer.

17 thoughts on “JENNIFER LOPEZ IS CONSPIRING WITH L’OREAL TO PUT ONE OVER ON US

  1. Finally an accurate thread on Jlo by JC. Usually it is the rewriting of a Jlo press release. This is the truth and is another example of their greed of the person and lack of due diligence by the sponsor.

    No woman, not even a Kardashian, has stooped so low and provided so much backside to BLACKS in exchange for fame.

    Her management is good in selling her ability to promote products to a growing audience of poor and gullible Hispanic females who wont see the truth.

  2. So true. Her natural hair is very thin. I hate this kind of fakery. There are tons of beautiful models with gorgeous hair, but the companies don’t hire models anymore, they want “celebrities”, freaks like the kartrashians, or movie & stars whose looks are not suited to whatever product and then they photoshop the crap out of it. Its a lie. I wish the US would adopt a photoshop consumer protection law like the UK did.

  3. Thank you so much for bringing this issue to the attention of the public. It has irked me that Jennifer and Beyonce are getting beauty contracts for having fake hair. The public doesn’t realize that these women diet to an extreme and the thing that suffers is their hair. Now if only we could talk about the ever changing face of Jennifer Lopez.

  4. Why just call her out, what about the white wanna be Beyonce!

  5. Duh Janet, they all do this. Beyonce, Eva Mendez and longoria, Jessica simpson, Paris hilton all of ken paves girls rock the weave.

  6. It is true that most cosmetic advertising is fake. Mascara ads use models with false eyelashes, and ads for hair products use models wearing wigs and hair pieces.

  7. Most of the American population will soon be Hispanic.

  8. Add these phonies with fake hair to the mix: Julianne Hough, Lindsay Lohan, Carrie Underwood, Kelly Ripa. In fact, it would be hard to find one that does not use extensions or clip-ons. And the more they use these things, the more of their real hair comes out little by little. tee hee.

  9. So true chatty, believe it or not even Jackie o commonly wore head pieces and various weaves

  10. As a consumer, this is why those ads don’t attract me in the least. The only way the ad would be truthful is if they washed her wigs and hairpieces with the brand.

  11. Without wigs and makeup she is an extremely plain looking Hispanic woman with a very poor vocabulary.

    It is obvious that no woman, not even a Kardashian, has stooped so low and provided so much backside to BLACKS in exchange for fame.

    Her management is good in selling her ability to promote products to a growing audience of poor and gullible Hispanic females who wont see the truth.

  12. you’re quite a frustrated, silly fellow Mr.Strom. SILLY !

  13. That’s why I NEVER watch commercials. Everything is FAKE. They show celebrities without makeup — let’s see them without makeup, false eye lashes, wigs, fake teeth (veneers) —- we’d all run for cover.

  14. And even though celebs have all of this work done, they still are heavily airbrushed. If we saw them in real life we would see just how regular they really are.

  15. Yuk…just another juicy ass….
    …but nothing to do with her hair ….Turn around , bend over …..does it feel good !

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