A few nice celebrity skin images I found:
Mary J. Blige (#31613)
Image by mark sebastian Check out the notes in this photo! Photoshoot by Markus Klinko & Indrani
Alan Light with Michael Jackson (first photo - Michael's eyes closed) We took another one
Image by Alan Light Shot #1 of 2 After we took this photo Michael turned to me and said that he we should take another one because he thought that he closed his eyes as the flash went off. I thought that was very nice of him. He didn't have to do that. These were the days of film, and I wouldn't know his eyes were closed until the film was developed later. I'm glad he was kind enough to say something and suggest that we pose again for another one (see photo #2). www.flickr.com/photos/alan-light/1097274630/ This photo was taken around the pool area of the Kahala Hilton Hotel, early February 1988. This was two years after he was diagnosed with vitiligo, a skin condition, and just one month before he bought the land for what would become Neverland. The small boy dressed like Michael is Jimmy Safechuck, who had appeared in a Pepsi commercial with Michael and was traveling with him. This evening he had ventured out alone with Jimmy to see the hotel animals - dolphins, turtles, etc. Michael Jackson was staying there for 3 days and I saw him 8 times during those 3 days, around the hotel. For a supposed recluse, it got to be funny how we ran into each other around almost every corner. Michael was extremely sweet and nice to us, and we talked to him for about 15 minutes. When I saw him and asked for a picture he said "Okay, but let's go farther away from the hotel. They don't know I'm out here and I would be in trouble if they knew." At the time, I assumed "they" meant his security people but maybe he just meant people in general. I've met hundreds of celebrities and would call Michael Jackson the nicest of the bunch. Scanned from the original 35MM film negative. I found this information on the internet about Jimmy Safechuck: "Jackson met Jimmy Safechuck during the recording of the Pepsi commercial in 1988. Jimmy was 10 years old, from California. He dressed in the same clothes as Jackson. He enjoyed the singer's complete attention, and went on tour with him. Jimmy's parents received a Rolls Royce worth 0,000, and afterwards, a Mercedes Benz each. Reasons why their friendship ended are unknown."