Justin Bieber has found his “new calling” after applying wife Hailey’s makeup, and actually doing a pretty solid job.
In an episode of The Biebers – available on Facebook Watch – fans even got a peek inside the spouses’ impressive mansion where they’re isolating amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Rocking matching grey tracksuits, Hailey giggled nervously that she was going to let Justin do her makeup, despite the fact that he’d never done anything like it before.
Despite some hiccups along the way, Hailey was impressed with Justin’s job.
“Why are you putting it on my eyebrows?!” she squealed as Justin misused the foundation, “It’s not for your eyebrows!”
“I’m accepting what’s happening,” she said later, resigning herself to Justin’s best efforts.
“It’s actually really good,” she laughed when she got a look at herself, “It’s not bad at all!
“That’s your new calling! Justin’s coming for every makeup artist.”
Justin recently opened up about the pair’s marriage – dishing how he wished he’d stayed celibate before marriage.
“If I could go back and not have to face some of the hurt that I went through,” he told, “Yeah, I probably would’ve saved myself for marriage.”
Hailey didn’t agree, coming back: “I don’t know if I’d say the same, but we had different experiences with everything.
“But I do agree with the fact that being physical with someone can make things more confusing.”
Despite his newfound talent for makeup, Justin’s been funnelling his efforts into a new musical project with Ariana Grande while in lockdown.
Ariana and Justin filmed footage in their own homes as they both remain housebound, for a music video for single Stuck With U, which also features appearances from Kendall and Kylie Jenner.
Still, he managed to spark a backlash when livestreaming
a video chat with pal Kendall in which they appeared to boast of their wealth.
Justin said: “How blessed are we to be able to like…a lot of people in this time obviously have a c****y situation, and they look at us…
“Obviously you know we’ve worked hard for where we’re at so it’s like, we can’t feel bad, you know, the things we have.
“But I think, just us taking that time to acknowledge that there are people who are really crippling is important.”