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Justin Theroux a huge eyeliner fan - report

Published 29/04/2016

Justin Theroux
Justin Theroux

Justin Theroux is said to often ask his wife Jennifer Aniston for advice on what makeup to use.

Justin Theroux is reportedly a fan of using makeup to enhance his features.

The actor/screenwriter possesses devilishly handsome looks, but according to Page Six he likes to give his face a good tune-up by applying cosmetics before he hits the red carpet.

Sources tell the outlet is he a huge fan of eyeliner in particular and that his wife Jennifer Aniston often gives him advice on which brands will best accentuate his brown eyes.

In addition to makeup, it's claimed he is also keen on wearing particular types of shoes when he walks the red carpet. Insiders suggest he is more inclined to put on footwear that makes him appear taller than his natural 5ft 9in height. And last but not least, it is rumoured the slim but super fit star likes to wear clothes that augment his muscles.

But the actor, who co-wrote the screenplay for catwalk spoof Zoolander 2 and starred in both Zoolander films as zany character Evil DJ, previously spoke about how he doesn't like to invest too much emotion into the stylish world of fashion.

“In a weird way fashion, which is frivolous to the core, shouldn’t be taken seriously, but thank God people do: it makes for great people watching," he noted to UK newspaper The Telegraph. "I ride a fine line with fashion between on the one hand really liking going to (runway) shows – which are basically like Cirque du Soleil with no silks or ropes – and at the same time finding some of the people in and around it the funniest on the planet.”

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