We love a subtle callback!
Just like in the film, she paired her updo with a stunning strapless dress and a sparkling necklace and earrings.
In the movie, her character, Marisa Ventura, sported the elegant hairstyle when she attended a swanky fundraiser with her love interest, Chris Marshall, played by Ralph Fiennes.
“Head of @jlo security, reporting for red carpet duty!” he joked on Instagram.
The one big difference between her two hairstyles is the color — she had deep brown locks in the movie, whereas her Golden Globes look featured more honey-colored highlights.
Celebrity hairstylist Chris Appleton revealed how he created her braided style.
First, he smoothed her hair and swept it into a ponytail, he explained in his Instagram story. Then, he made two braids and wrapped them around a bun in the center, using large pins to hold them in place. He finished with shine spray to give her hair a glossy look.
J.Lo is on a roll when it comes to stylish throwbacks to the early ‘00s. The superstar surprised everyone in September when she strutted down the runway during Milan Fashion Week in an updated version of the stunning Versace gown she wore to the 2000 Grammys.
Lopez hasn’t revealed whether the throwback to her “Maid In Manhattan” hairstyle was intentional. But either way, the look is clearly timeless!