Sir John Barnett Net worth, Bio, Partner, Age, Birthday, And Boyfriend

Sir John Barnett Bio/ Profile

Sir John Barnett, who was born on July 1, 1982, serves as a make-up artist, activist, celebrity, and executive. He is more commonly referred to by his professional name, Sir John. As a creative associate and make-up artist for Beyoncé, he is most well-known for his work in the industry. Naomi Campbell, Serena Williams, Chrissy Teigen, Priyanka Chopra, Margot Robbie, Zendaya, Naomi Osaka, Mary J. Blige, Iman, Celine Dion, Viola Davis, Erykah Badu, Joan Smalls, and Kat Graham are some of the people for whom he has done make-up work. Sir John is currently the Chief Creative Officer of CTZN Cosmetics in addition to his role as a creative director for L’Oreal Paris USA. Buffalo, New York can claim to be the birthplace of Sir John. He began formally studying art at the age of six, at which point he had already developed an interest in the subject. Sir John attended the Buffalo Academy of Visual and Performing Arts (BAVPA) in order to hone his skills and abilities. In order to pursue his interest in art at American InterContinental University, he uprooted his life and moved to Atlanta, Georgia, when he was eighteen years old. There, he majored in art history and took classes in printmaking, sculpture, and sculpture.

It was in Atlanta that Sir John stumbled upon a newfound passion for the art of makeup artistry. His friend, who models for catalogs, asked him to go alongside her to a photo shoot for an upcoming spread, and she invited him to come along. Since the make-up artist for the shoot had to cancel at the last minute, the shoot photographer approached Sir John with the chance to do his friend’s make-up. The photographer was aware of Sir John’s background in the arts. The following week, the photographer extended an invitation to Sir John to participate in another photo shoot. Shortly thereafter, the photographer introduced Sir John to some of his friends who worked in the cosmetic industry. As a result, Sir John was able to land his first job working full-time at a local makeup counter for MAC Cosmetics. Sir John was given the opportunity to work at the SoHo Bloomingdales location of MAC when he was 19 years old and accepted the position.

After changing careers at the age of 23, he began working in visual merchandising and was responsible for creating displays for Barneys New York, Henri Bendel, Bergdorf Goodman, and Gucci. Concurrently, he worked as a make-up artist at the Riviera Gentlemen’s Club in Astoria, which is located in the borough of Queens. Presently, Sir John calls the neighborhood of Hancock Park in the city of Los Angeles, California, home.

Sir John Barnett
Sir John Barnett

Alongside Adriana Lima, Norton Herrick, and Ross Elliot, Sir John took on the role of executive producer for the American competition reality television series American Beauty Star, which airs on Lifetime. Sir John also serves as an in-show mentor for the show. Adriana Lima, Ashley Graham, Christie Brinkley, Russell James, and Yu Tsai were some of the contestants who appeared on the series, which aired for two seasons and featured Sir John as a mentor for both seasons.

In 2016, Sir John was honored with the title of “Makeup Artist of the Year” by InStyle magazine.

Sir John Barnett Partner

William Harrison, his lover of seven years, helps young children with learning challenges who are in primary school. They have been friends since they were in their early 20s. “The easiest thing ever” was for him to come out to his mother, according to the latter.

Sir John Barnett Family

He has not yet disclosed any information concerning his relatives. When the information becomes available to the general public, this article will be revised to include that information.

Sir John Barnett’s Age

He was born on July 1, 1982. He is currently 41 years old.

Sir John Barnett Height

His average height is 5 feet 10 inches.

Sir John Barnett’s Net Worth

Sir John Barnett’s net worth is approximately $11 million.

FAQ About Sir John Barnett

Who is Beyonce’s makeup artist?

As Beyoncé’s makeup artist, Sir John was responsible for creating dozens of looks for the singer to wear across her body of work. These looks ranged from music videos and magazine spreads to the Super Bowl, world tours, and red-carpet appearances.

Beyoncé’s outfits for the Beyoncé (album) tour that took place in 2013 were designed by Sir John. Her fifth studio album, which bears her name, is a two-disc set consisting of an audio disc (disc one) and a “visual album” (disc two). On the latter, each of the album’s 18 tracks is accompanied by a short film that does not follow a linear narrative. Beyoncé’s appearances in the two music videos that accompanied the two-part tracks “Haunted” and “Partition” were both designed by him. These videos are among the others that were included in the album. In addition, he was the one who did her makeup for the movies “Pretty Hurts,” “Drunk in Love,” “Blow,” “No Angel,” “Formation,” “Jealous,” “Rocket,” “Mine,” “XO,” “Flawless,” “Superpower,” “Heaven,” “Blue,” and “Grown Woman.”

In 2016, Sir John was responsible for Beyoncé’s make-up design for the halftime show of the Super Bowl 50. Her makeup was praised as a “insanely gorgeous coppery dream of a makeup look” by Cosmopolitan, “#flawless” by Glamour, and one of the “most memorable Super Bowl beauty moments” by Allure. Her make-up was worn by Rihanna during the halftime show of the Super Bowl. Beyoncé made the announcement about her upcoming seventh concert tour, titled The Formation World Tour, during the halftime show of Super Bowl 50. The tour is in support of her sixth studio album, titled Lemonade.

Sir John was responsible for conceiving and perfecting her look for all 49 shows, which took place in 16 different countries. Warmer tones, such as bronze and terracotta hues, made up the Formation World Tour’s color palette. In keeping with Beyonce’s appearances on the covers of the 2016 editions of Elle magazine in the United States, the United Kingdom, and France, Sir John placed an emphasis on skin glow and naturalness.

Beyoncé was the first black woman to perform at Coachella in 2018, and Sir John was in charge of her makeup for her performance, which was dubbed “Beychella.” During that performance, Beyoncé made history by becoming the first woman of color to headline the festival. Beyoncé’s look was reportedly influenced by the movie “School Daze,” which was released in 1988. According to Sir John, he wanted her to “look like a college girl on campus.”

In the same year, he collaborated with Beyoncé to design three looks for the pre-Grammy Roc Nation Brunch, the 2018 Clive Davis Recording Academy Gala, and the 60th Annual Grammy Awards. All of these events took place in 2018.