The upsetting part of watching Hailey and Justin Bieber's new Facebook series, The Biebers on Watch, at least for me personally (because I know that's what you all care about), is that the singer prefers his pasta gluten- and dairy-free. There is no world in which I can now satisfyingly fulfill my longstanding dream of having a Lady and the Tramp moment with him, and that is not OK. I am not OK.
The redeeming news here — and boy, aren't you glad there is some — is that he's now taking skin-care tips from his model wife, Hailey (who has, to be fair, one of the glowiest faces I've borne witness with my bare eyes). This, as you can imagine coming from a beauty editor, has instilled a newfound flicker of hope for us after all.
"Justin has really nice skin naturally, and over the last two years he's really been struggling with adult acne onset breakouts," she tells the camera. "I'm super into skin care, especially because we've had a lot of time in this quarantine. I told him that by the time we exit this quarantine he is going to have glowing, perfect skin so we are going to work on that. He has very nicely let me . . . you know . . . "
Editor's note: No, no we don't. Please tell us!
Justin interjects: "She's been pickin' and proddin' at my skin."
Well, wait a minute. Hailey hops in with: "It's not good to pick at pimples, but . . . " just in time for him to add: "She pops them, she puts like serum and does masks for me — the whole thing."
Oh, cute, they finish each other's sentences.
You see, she's passionate about skin care because a lot of people struggle with their own — including her husband, she explains, so I guess it makes sense that she's introduced him to a new regimen that he's been "a lot better at" following while social distancing.
"You've already helped me with my self-confidence," he tells her. "Even just getting my skin to the way it is now."
You go ahead and queue up the "Aww." I'm making cacio e pepe.