James Charles

Instagram Star

James Charles was born in Bethlehem, New York, United States on May 23rd, 1999 and is the Instagram Star. At the age of 24, James Charles biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
May 23, 1999
United States
Place of Birth
Bethlehem, New York, United States
24 years old
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$22 Million
Make-up Artist, Model, Promotional Model, Youtuber
Social Media
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James Charles Career

In December 2015, Charles started a YouTube channel where he began posting makeup tutorials. A tweet of him retaking his senior portrait with a ring light and makeup on went viral in September 2016. In October 2016, when he was 17, he became the first male brand ambassador for cosmetics brand CoverGirl. The appointment was met with significant praise on social media. His first appearance was in advertisements for CoverGirl's So Lashy mascara. He started a clothing line, Sisters Apparel, and a makeup collection, the Sister Collection, made in collaboration with cosmetics brand Morphe Cosmetics, in November 2018.

By early 2019, he had 10 million subscribers on YouTube. His January 2019 visit to Birmingham for the opening of Morphe Cosmetics' second United Kingdom store caused gridlock in the city center. Charles did Australian rapper Iggy Azalea's makeup for promotional art for her single "Sally Walker" in March 2019 and appeared in the song's music video. He announced he would go on the Sisters Tour throughout the US in April 2019. However, the tour was canceled the following month following a highly publicized feud with American social media personality Tati Westbrook.

Charles hosted the first season of the YouTube Originals reality competition series Instant Influencer, which premiered on his YouTube channel in April 2020. For his work on the show, he won the award for Show of the Year at the 10th Streamy Awards. In March 2021, YouTube announced that he would not return to host the second season of the show. In October 2020, Charles made a cameo appearance in the music video for American social media personality Larray's single "Canceled".

Since the launch of his channel, Charles has made a number of collaborative videos, doing makeup on and with various public figures including: Kim Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, Lil Nas X, Kesha, Madison Beer, Doja Cat, JoJo Siwa, Charli D'Amelio, Addison Rae, Trixie Mattel, Avani Gregg, Bretman Rock, and Plastique Tiara.

In January 2021, Charles sang a cover of "Drivers License".

In May 2022, Charles posted a story of him being taught how to tuck by drag queen Krystal Versace, after which he stated he lost over 80,000 followers. After noting the loss of followers, he stated, "I'm so sorry that y'all are boring, u will not be missed." The Tab noted the loss of followers eventually topped 130,000. Charles and Versace also collaborated on a makeup makeover video.


Controversial YouTube star James Charles arrives in Brisbane on a private jet as he promotes his makeup line during visit to Australia

www.dailymail.co.uk, November 24, 2023
James Charles is a hugely popular beauty YouTuber who has millions of followers.  And the 24-year-old social media sensation is currently in Australia promoting his makeup line.  On Friday, James stepped off a private jet at Brisbane airport after having spent a week relaxing on Hamilton Island. 

This 90s AI Yearbook trend is taking over TikTok - here's how to give your photos the retro treatment

www.dailymail.co.uk, October 6, 2023
High school yearbook photos are a rite of passage in many countries, but they're often slightly embarrassing and not something most people want to plaster over social media. But there's good news if you do hate your yearbook snaps - thanks to artificial intelligence (AI), you now have the chance to recreate them. A new social media trend is allowing users to reimagine their high school yearbook photos, but with a glam 90s twist. The AI generator is capable of transforming you into over 60 different personas, so you can live out your dream of being captain of the football team or see what you'd look like as a preppy cheerleader. Here's how to give your photos the retro treatment.

Cancel culture: What happened to the famous faces who were shunned?

www.dailymail.co.uk, May 13, 2023
From allegations of sexual assault, to resurfaced instances of public figures wearing 'blackface' and tasteless jokes of paedophilia, there are some behaviours that even the biggest fans cannot forgive. As once-huge American personalities like Jeffrey Star and James Charles slip out of the public eye almost entirely, FEMAIL asks where the cancelled stars are now...
James Charles Tweets and Instagram Photos
16 Oct 2022


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8 Oct 2022

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6 Oct 2022

pickin pumpkins 🫶🏼

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30 Sep 2022

story time haha 🤪

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28 Sep 2022

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21 Sep 2022

disposable dump from the last few weeks 🤍 swipe for a surprise

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