Janet Jackson transforms from makeup-free to glamorous on TikTok: video

Total TikTok Transformation.

Janet Jackson impressed her followers on TikTok Thursday, going from makeup-free to full-on glam in a new video.

In the early footage, which was set to Latto’s “Big Energy,” the 56-year-old singer shrugged while wearing glasses and a T-shirt with graphics.

The Grammy winner then held a makeup brush up to the camera before pulling it away to show off her shiny, smoky eye, nude lip and gorgeous contour.

Jackson smiled and made funny faces after the makeover.

Mariah Carey commented: “I love you!!! ️❤️❤️”

Other social media users called Jackson “flawless and gorgeous” before the switch, with one writing that she “didn’t fucking age.”

One fan asked: “So not taking yourself too seriously must be the secret to not getting older, otherwise you must have found the fountain of youth. Which one?”

Jackson, who often posts her epic makeup looks via Instagram, usually keeps her only child, Eissa, away from social media platforms.


The singer went full of glamor in the social media upload.

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The singer went full of glamor in the social media upload.

janet jackson/TikTok

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The songwriter welcomed her son, now 5, in January 2017 when she was 50 years old.

“[She] had a stress-free, healthy delivery and rest comfortably,” Jackson’s rep told Vidak For Congress at the time.

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Jackson is the mother of 5-year-old son Eissa.
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After being divorced from husband Wissam Al Mana three months later, the dancer debuted with her son via Twitterwriting: “My baby and I after a nap.”

After giving birth, Jackson documented her weight loss, telling InStyle magazine in September 2018 that she had lost 70 pounds without “robbing” herself of anything.

“I remember growing up and being in this business… you had to be a certain size,” Jackson told the outlet at the time.

“You had to be thin to be an entertainer. That kind of stupid nonsense,” the “Miss You Much” singer added. “I think it’s changed, thank goodness. People accept others more.”

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