Beauty [Bea] Knight
Bea has silver blue eyes with typically white blond hair which falls down to her lower back; giving off a Rapunzel effect. She is quite tall which, along with the twinkle in her eye, provokes fear in many others as she towers over a fair few people; especially the year sevens.
Height taken into account, she really doesn't intend on scaring people away - she could perhaps be compared to the BFG. She is generally a cheerful soul living only for the joy of others; her happiness is not important as long as everybody around her has a smile on their faces.
Her parents are against all forms of magic (and magic is very uncommon in these times anyway) and know nothing of Bea's life; they prefer not to be a part of it. Her mother takes more of an interest, and hopes that she will one day become a painter or, alternatively, any high paying job so that she can pay for her father's intense drug addiction.
She is an extremely talented artist and uses this as an outlet for her emotions often, not to anybody else's knowledge however.
Slightly unbeknown to her, she has the impressive ability to be able to see straight through any person - not in a literal sense. She is capable of knowing exactly what a person is feeling at any given time and, along with this, can tell a lie from the truth as easily as telling a pancake from a sausage; a convenient but generally hurtful skill.
Completely unbeknown to her, this does mean she can always see Jessica. No matter what powers may be coming over her.
On top of that, she has a photographic memory which, although is something which is found in the ordinary people of the world, is induced by her eyes and thus is a supernatural skill.
I feel her supernatural abilities should be called the all-seeing eye, for obvious reasons.
She has been dating Jessica for the past two years and her mother knows, she does not care; mainly because it isn't affecting Bea's learning and all that is important is Bea earning a living.
She also has a job working as a waitress and cannot remember a time she was not working there although, apart from the owner, she does not really speak to anybody there. It is all about the money.