Paris Jackson turned heads at the 2024 Grammys with a sophisticated and chic appearance, notably deviating from her usual style. What caught the attention of viewers was the absence of one of her signature elements – her extensive collection of tattoos. To achieve this clean look, Jackson collaborated with Cover FX, a New York-based vegan and cruelty-free skincare line. Makeup artists Tyson Fountaine and Paul Blanch played key roles, using Cover FX products such as Total Cover Cream Foundation and Pressed Mineral Foundation.
The decision to partner with Cover FX aligns with Jackson’s vegan lifestyle, adding a layer of significance to her beauty choice. Fountaine shared insights into the process of concealing Jackson’s body tattoos, emphasizing Cover FX’s Total Cover Cream Foundation’s renowned high coverage and performance. Starting with the Gripping Primer to ensure makeup adherence, Fountaine used a combination of Power Play Liquid Foundation and Total Cover Cream Foundation for maximum coverage. The Color Correct Stick in Flame helped balance tattoo darkness, and the Pressed Mineral Foundation set the coverage effectively.
Choosing an actual powder foundation instead of a traditional setting powder added an extra layer of coverage, and the High Performance Setting Spray ensured the makeup’s longevity. This collaboration allowed Jackson’s fashion choices to take center stage on the Grammys red carpet, where she flaunted a Celine by Hedi Slimane column dress, featuring an asymmetrical top in satin-lined crepe, complemented by Soir sandals in black lambskin. The successful execution of this beauty transformation showcased Paris Jackson’s ability to adapt her style while maintaining a commitment to vegan and cruelty-free products.