Paris Jackson's makeup artists spills the secrets to achieving her bold beauty looks.
Jo Baker never wants to give Paris Jackson the same makeup looks as Bella Hadid.
The makeup artist is well known for creating striking beauty looks on the daughter of the late Michael Jackson and 21-year-old model Bella but admits their looks are so different that he tries to switch up the products he uses to create something more ''abstract and cool'' on 20-year-old Paris.
Speaking to ELLE, he explained: ''Paris is just so magical and very spiritual - she's very in tune with her chakras and energy vibrations which gives her such a nice calming demeanor. She's quite an old soul for someone who's only 20 and is so unique, so I always try and give her an unexpected make-up look to match that.
''She's such a great advocate for embracing your individuality and trying something cool and different so I never want to give her a make-up look that Bella Hadid wore last week already. It's always something a little more abstract and cool.''
And Jo loves using colourful eyeshadow to bring out the 'Gringo' star's striking blue eyes to create a dramatic look to dazzle on the red carpet.
He said: ''There's almost no look you can do on Paris where her eyes don't look amazing. They're just this outrageously beautiful pale aquatic marine blue so any make-up on her just pops. I call her Baby Wolf Eyes because it's like looking at husky puppies, her eyes are so National Geographic.
''I love doing rust tones, or jewel shades like purple and green for a dramatic look. The aim is always to make her look effortlessly striking.''
It's been almost three years since the release of their second album The Ride and now Catfish and the Bottlemen return with the video for their...
Everyone's favourite pop rock band return with an animated lyric video for their new single 'Bad Liar'. Following 'Machine', the single features on...
Janelle Monáe parties and drives with her girl squad in the video for her latest single 'Crazy, Classic, Life', taken from her album 'Dirty...
To coincide with the new BBC mini-series adaptation of leporine epic Watership Down, Sam Smith has unveiled a new single entitled 'Fire on Fire'.
Professor Green and Rag'n'Bone Man have teamed up for a heart-wrenching video for their single 'Photographs'.
Tristan Corrigan on the difficulties of making music within a genre that is so popular.
From 'Happy' to 'Banana Pancakes', these are soaked in positivity.