Donuts aren’t for the bedroom, Gwyneth.
Gwyneth Paltrow shared her confusion about the viral “glazed donut” skincare trend on an episode of Hailey Bieber’s “Who’s in My Bathroom?” series on YouTube — and her comments sparked a hilarious response from the Rhode skincare founder.
The two got together to talk beauty and make smoothies in Bieber’s lavish bathroom, and it was after entrepreneur Paltrow showed off the first product from her new product line — the Rhode Peptide Glazing Fluid ($29) — that the origin of the donut concept was mixed up.
“Glazed donut sounded like sexual,” the 49-year-old Goop founder said, after admitting she wondered at first, “does that mean someone wants to lick your face?”
“You’re like, ‘what’s this new position that everyone’s going to, the glazed donut?’ Bieber, 25, said with a laugh.
While Paltrow certainly has experience in the skincare world with her Goop products (which she demonstrated during the segment, of course), she wasn’t entirely sure of the new trend at first.
“I know you’re curious about this glazed donut concept,” Justin Bieber’s wife said, adding that it was all about “glazing the skin, glazing the face.”
Though it’s often attributed to her (and her nails), the model explained that she “didn’t come up with this concept” and that “it’s about the look, that shine, that shiny, glassy sheen.”
“I don’t want to go to bed at night until I look like a freshly glazed donut,” she explained.
Paltrow – who recently said she was “very happy” with her ex, Ben Affleck, after marrying Jennifer Lopez – also shared her regrets about skincare with Bieber.
“I wish I could go back to my 25-year-old self and say, ‘Can you put down the Camel Lights?’ because it will really mess up the lips,” she admitted.
“I was so bad. I was like in the sun with baby oil and smoking,” said the wellness guru, who has moved on to promoting healthier practices with her Goop empire.
And while glazed donut skin may have nothing to do with sex, Paltrow sells products that do, like her infamous vaginal scented candles.
Get your glass on, ladies.