Paris Jackson, who was announced as the new face of KVD Beauty, wanted to redefine the “standard template” of beauty that she said she learned from her father Michael Jackson.
Speaking to PopSugar, the musician revealed that her father taught her the true meaning of beauty that comes from the inside and not the outside.
“I was raised by a free-love, hippie-type dude, so we were taught that beauty comes from the inside, and to this day, I still believe that,” she told the publication.
The singer-model mentioned that while growing up in the public eye, she had a “complicated relationship with beauty.”
Recently, however, she noted coping with everything by “practicing self-love and affirmations and diving deeper into my spiritual life.”
“It wasn’t until the last couple of years that I have started feeling really good about myself and my body, and feeling comfortable and everything. Those moments of self-love aren’t 24/7, but the bad moments are fewer and further between,” she explained.
Earlier, the singer also spoke about her father’s strong work ethic and musical taste that he instilled in his children.
While speaking with Naomi Campell on her YouTube series No Filter, Paris said, “My dad was very good at making sure we were cultured, making sure we were educated and not just showing off like glitz and glamour.”
“Growing up, it was about earning stuff and not just being entitled to certain things or thinking”, she concluded.
When did Michael Jackson die?
Michael Jackson was born in Gary, Indiana, on August 29, 1958, and died in Los Angeles on June 25, 2009. He was a popular American singer, songwriter and dancer. Nicknamed the King of Pop,5 his contributions and recognition in the history of music and dance for more than four decades, as well as his well-publicized personal life, made him an international figure in popular culture.
His music includes a wide range of genres such as pop, rhythm and blues (soul and funk), rock, disco and dance, and he is recognized as the “most successful recording artist of all time” by Guinness World Records.