Here's how she did it
Something's different about Paris Jackson on the 2024 Grammys red carpet tonight.
The usually tattooed model, actress and singer was missing her ink when she hit the carpet in Los Angeles on Sunday night, making everyone stop and stare. Dressed in a strapless cutout black dress, Jackson's skin was completely pristine and free of all her ink.
So how did she pull it off? She had makeup brand Cover FX to thank.
Jackson, 25, who is the daughter of the late King of Pop Michael Jackson, worked with Cover FX to completely hide all of her tattoos — more than 80 of them. She shared a time-lapse video on Instagram of what it took to paint over her ink.
"#CoverFX meant business when they said total cover cream foundation would have me covered," the caption read.
For that head-turning look, Jackson wanted to try something completely unique and covering her tattoos was her answer and using the high-performance vegan brand seemed like the right answer.
Jackson's first tattoo ever was a silly one, she told PEOPLE in August 2022.
"It's on my boob, it's an alien," and shared it was something she spontaneously got when she was younger.
"I just wanted it — it's kind of how they all are," she said of her growing collection, adding, "I've done a few of my own."
She showed off some of her own handiwork during the pandemic when she picked up a tattoo machine to ink her foot. Jackson drew a squiggle shape below one of her toes, sharing the tattoo on Instagram confidently.
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This isn't the first time Jackson has covered her tattoos up, though. She previously covered up all her ink in 2018 (though she didn't have as many as she does now!) for a photo shoot. The model was seen in a red velvet dress with tattoo-free skin out in Los Angeles.
See PEOPLE's full coverage of the 66th annual Grammy Awards as they're broadcasting live on CBS and Paramount+ on Feb. 4 from the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles.
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