Miley Cyrus Gives Cody Simpson a Makeover After Hair Transformation

Sure you can give your boyfriend a “quarantine haircut,” but how about a makeover?

Miley Cyrus gave Cody Simpson one on Saturday night as the two practiced social distancing together at home amid the coronavirus pandemic. The 23-year-old Australian musician posted on his Instagram Story a photo of the 27-year-old pop star applying pink lipstick on his lips and a video of her applying mascara to his eyelashes as he also sports shimmering eyeshadow.

The makeover took place more than a week after Cyrus shaved Simpson’s head. Many people are these days opting for low-maintenance haircuts as salons and other businesses deemed non-essential remain closed amid the pandemic.

Simpson posted on his regular Instagram feed on Sunday a video of him lounging on a shag armchair in his new makeup, as Jill Barber‘s 2003 cover of the classic French song “Sous le Ciel de Paris” played.

“Biggest my type ever,” Cyrus commented.

She also shared on her Instagram Story a photo of Simpson sporting his new makeover, writing, “I. Beat. That. Face. @codysimpson”

The makeover appears to be for a photo art project; Fashion photographer Mert Alaş shared on his Instagram Story pics of a made-up Simpson posing with a lingerie-clad Cyrus. He captioned the slide show, “Quarantine days coming soon” and tagged the couple.

Simpson reposted the pics and also shared vintage photos of what appear to be inspirations behind the at-home fashion shoot; 1999 Rolling Stone photos of Brad Pitt posing in dresses and legendary rock stars in bright makeup in the ’70s—Mick Jagger and the late Lou Reed and David Bowie.

Cyrus also shared a couple of pics of Pitt, writing, “Wash your hands & end toxic masculinity. Periodttttt.”

She also posted two photos of Bowie with wife Iman, writing, “Us” and “You N Me.”

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