The 21-year-old model - whose father is legendary rocker Sir Mick Jagger - admits her model mum got her into make-up from a young age and taught her the tricks of the trade, including how to pucker up and add a splash of colour to her lips.
Speaking to Cosmopolitan magazine, she said: ''She taught me how to put on lipstick. She uses a brush sometimes and liner underneath to make it last longer.''
Georgia previously admitted she is glad her parents pushed her into the limelight because it forced her to focus and become committed to her modelling career.
She said: ''There's no halfway house in this business. Beforehand I was modelling but I wasn't really very committed.
''I think I've learnt that it's really an amazing job, one of the best you can get for travel and for creative independence.
''So I'm enjoying myself. And the money is good - which helps. As my mother always says, 'Make hay while the sun shines'.''
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