The 44-year-old mom of two left her glam squad at home while taking her daughter Emme out to Color Me Mine with some friends in Calabasas, Calif. Sunday, going completely make-up free.
Sporting jeans and a casual baggy tank top, J.Lo also had her hair in a casual style--pulled back into a ponytail.
The day before, the "Hit the Floor" crooner turned up the glamour when she arrived at the Human Rights Campaign's annual national dinner in Washington D.C. Saturday, looking stunning in a black body-hugging, sheer, lace Zuhair Murad gown.
J.Lo was on hand to accept the gay-rights group's Ally for Equality award mainly for her decision to executive produce the ABC Family show, The Fosters, which centers on a biracial, lesbian couple raising children.
Upon accepting the award, the American Idol judge thanked her "gay and lesbian friends" for helping the dinner raise $2.5 million, according to the Washington Post.