Paris Jackson makes major change in appearance as star’s more than 80 tattoos gone on Grammys red carpet

Paris Jackson makes major change in appearance as star’s more than 80 tattoos gone on Grammys red carpet

PARIS Jackson has debuted a drastic change to her appearance while walking the Grammys red carpet.

Michael Jackson’s daughter appeared to have had all of her many tattoos completely removed.

Paris Jackson makes major change in appearance as star’s more than 80 tattoos gone on Grammys red carpet
Paris Jackson attends the 66th Grammy Awards
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She normally has her many tattoos on full display[/caption]

In reality, she simply covered them up with makeup.

Paris, 25, has 80 tattoos scattered across her body. But Sunday night, they were nowhere to be seen.

The model shared a behind-the-scenes video of the cover-up process to her Instagram, explaining in the caption, “CoverFX meant business when they said total cover cream foundation would have me covered.”

The video began with her deadpanning to the camera, “Get ready with me for the Grammys.”

Then, through the magic of time-lapse, makeup was applied everywhere to make her body ink disappear.

Shining on the red carpet in a black Celine gown, she told ET that she made the decision to simply switch things up.

“I love my tattoos, I love my piercings, I love all the body modification stuff, art, and also sometimes I don’t want it to distract from the art that is the fashion I’m wearing,” she said. “And it gives the dress its own moment, you know?”

TAT’S AMAZING

Fans in the comments section were amazed by her look.

“Bro, I was just saying earlier today I can’t imagine Paris without her tattoos and here you are,” one person marveled.

“That’s insane!” another person exclaimed.

“Looking fabulous as always Paris!” a third gushed.

Paris has forever memorialized the people and things that mean the most to her with sentimental tattoos all over her body.

The model used the ink to tribute her favorite bands, artists, flowers, animals, and of course, several that pay homage to her late father pop icon Michael Jackson.

The legendary musician’s only daughter got a tattoo in 2016 on the inside of her arm that’s a recreation of the cover for his famed 1991 album, Dangerous.

Her tribute features a drawing of her dad’s eyes as they peer through a window above an elephant, ram, and an assortment of other animals with a monkey raising a crown right above.

The word “Bad” is written with red ink in the same font as Michael’s hugely successful 1987 album of the same name on the inside of her hand.

She also honored her father with the word “Applehead” – a pet nickname she used to call him – written across her foot in his own handwriting.

TATT TRIBUTE

Paris also paid tribute to her family with a white “B” for her brother Blanket on the inside of her ankle, the name of her goddaughter Isabella D’Amore Alt written on her arm, and a matching arm tattoo of a spoon with longtime family friend and godfather Macaulay Culkin.

The animal lover inked her favorite creatures as well.

She has the name of her rescue dog “Koa” on her ankle, a wolf, a deer, and two dragonflies on her forearm; as well as one large tattoo of Frank the Rabbit – the anti-hero of the 2001 cult favorite Donnie Darko – with the words “wake up” from the film scribbled underneath.

The blond beauty – who just strutted the catwalk in Paris Fashion Week – has also channeled her spiritual side with seven colorful chakras that represent energy points going down both her torso and her back, as well as a massive abstract symbol that covers her right shoulder.

World-renowned artists she admires are grouped together on her forearm: painters Pablo Picasso, Amedeo Modigliani, Jean-Michele Basquiat, and Vincent Van Gogh.

The tatted-up stunner previously explained her love for getting tattoos to her Instagram followers, saying, ”Some people like them, some people absolutely hate them. I appreciate art, I always have. Especially when that art means something to me.

“Today I can look at my inner forearms and see art that has meaning for me, I don’t see a dark past anymore. my scars and past of self-hatred have been covered by loving marks, creativity, ingenuity… and depth.

“Sure I will always carry my past with me, but I see ink as a way of changing for the better, always improving,” she reflected.

Instagram/ Paris Jackson

Paris shared a behind-the-scenes look at the cover-up process[/caption]

Instagram/ Paris Jackson

Michael’s daughter was promoting a makeup concealer[/caption]

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Fans went wild for the clean look[/caption]

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