Meet the gaze that's melted a million aunts' hearts. Tom Selleck is probably known for a bunch of iconic movies and TV shows he acted in. But I know him for just one thing: that glorious lip caterpillar of his.
Yet, when you take it away, he becomes an entirely different person. Sure, he's still handsome, but he's not 'lay on a bearskin rug and capture the imagination of single moms everywhere' handsome. That now belongs solely to Burt Reynolds, who I just learned is a separate person.
Emma Stone is living proof that red hair can be attractive too. Never make fun of the ginger kids growing up, because they inevitably wind up super hot and you'll regret it at the high school reunion. But what would she look like with different hair?
Then... this happened. One of the most handsome men (still not 'bearskin rug' handsome, mind you) in Hollywood spent some time as a weirdo recluse. He became so unrecognizable that he oddly became immediately recognizable. Maybe not what he had in mind... or was it? He was crazier than a 20th Century Fox.
Sting (the pro wrestler, not the Tantric-sex Police man) is pretty easy to spot. During the late '90s (a time that was intensely weird in wrestling), he stood out as one of the biggest stars when wrestling was at its most popular. His signature face paint certainly helped.
But with a new shade of lipstick she looks entirely different. It's literally the only thing she changed. She should do makeup commercials where the hook is to never give up their product, otherwise your kids will no longer recognize you.
What the hell? She went from adorable mousey lady to '80s corporate job interview. Who knew a different foundation could change so much? I finally understand that the struggle is real for makeup addicts.