This 13-year-old makeup prodigy is your next Instagram follow
Jack of the Make U Up from Jack's Instagram account is just one of those amazing young kids with skills that go well beyond their years. The Beauty Whiz first went viral in 2017 when it was only 10 years old. Now, at the age of 13, Jack has amassed a massive fan base, courtesy of his stunning makeup transformations. Post Malone, Tiger King and Ariana Grande are just a few of his celebrity-inspired creations.
But Jack has more than Hollywood imitations in his tool belt. Jack sits in front of a "Ricky and Morty" poster and remixes Cardi B's "I Like it". Jack creates a simple, glamorous look in seconds.
First, Jack lays a foundation. Then he uses a YSL concealer under his eyes. Next he powdered and contoured with an Anastasia Beverly Hills Bronzer. With a soft glamor palette, he adds a brown and blue eyeshadow to his eyes. To complete the look, he makes a bare lip and brushes up a highlighter.
The tutorial triggered over 193,000 views on Instagram.
"Oh my god. Why are you so AMAZING?" One person wrote.
"I found your Instagram on Snapchat and was like wow wow wow. So excited about your makeup, ”added another.
"Werk, make-up prince, werk !!!" said a user.
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