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Paris Jackson covers up every single one of her 80 tattoos with makeup for the Grammys

Rhiannon Ingle

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Paris Jackson covers up every single one of her 80 tattoos with makeup for the Grammys

Featured Image Credit: Lionel Hahn/Getty Images/ROBYN BECK/AFP via Getty Images

We've seen a whole bunch of incredible statement looks during the 66th Annual Grammy Awards last night (5 February) but there's one look in particular that seems to be really getting the people talking.

Paris Jackson, one of Michael Jackson's three children, rocked to the Grammys red carpet and left fans absolutely stunned after covering up every single one of her 80 tattoos with makeup.

The 25-year-old 'Let Down' artist donned a strapless black dress by Celine featuring cut-out detailing across her midriff as well as a high thigh slit and off-the-shoulder neckline. Have a look:

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While she looked absolutely incredible for the prestigious occasion, fans couldn't help but wonder where on earth all her signature tats had disappeared to.

Well, the cover up look was all thanks for Cover FX, a vegan and cruelty-free makeup company who helped out Paris achieve the blank canvas aesthetic.

Paris also took to Instagram to share a video documenting the lengthy process and explained why she opted to hide her ink for the evening.

The short clip was captioned: "Cover FX meant business when they said total cover cream foundation would have me covered."

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Paris Jackson covered up all of her signature tattoos for the 66th Annual Grammy Awards. Credit: Instagram/@parisjackson
Paris Jackson covered up all of her signature tattoos for the 66th Annual Grammy Awards. Credit: Instagram/@parisjackson

In the clip, Paris told viewers: "Get ready with me for the Grammys."

The video then goes on to show a time lapse of the process, done in collaboration with Cover FX, using the brand's total cover cream foundation to work its magic.

So, why did the singer decide to cover up all her iconic ink?

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"I wanted to give this Celine dress its own moment," she told Extra. "I love my piercings and my tattoos, all the body mod stuff, but sometimes it can distract from the art."

Fans have since rushed into the comments section to share their reactions to the look, with one Instagram user writing: "With or without tattoos you remain incredible and the same beautiful soul inside!"

Paris used Cover FX's total cover cream foundation to cover up her 80 tattoos. Credit: Lionel Hahn / Contributor / Getty Images
Paris used Cover FX's total cover cream foundation to cover up her 80 tattoos. Credit: Lionel Hahn / Contributor / Getty Images

"You’re stunning. Either way," praised a second, while a third chimed in: "You look amazing at the Grammys. So graceful."

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A fourth echoed: "Stunning as always both with and without!"

"You look good with or without tattoos Paris," penned a fifth, while another quipped: "I love the versatility of it all!"

And, a final Instagram user added: "Bro I was just saying earlier today I can't imagine Paris without her tattoos and here you are."

What do you think of the look?

Topics: Beauty, Celebrity, Make-Up, Music, Grammys

Rhiannon Ingle
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