Justin Bieber gets the airbrush treatment for wedding snaps as his skin appears blemish-free
Official photos of the special occasion on Monday show his skin with no trace of his years-long battle with acne
Justin Bieber appeared visibly transformed for his wedding day after he shared a candid image of his pockmarked skin just two days earlier. Official photos of the special occasion on Monday show his skin with no trace of his years-long battle with acne, Daily Mail reports.
The singer's images of his nuptials with wife Hailey -- shot in classic black and white -- may have been given the airbrush treatment as his skin appears suspiciously blemish-free. Despite being a hit with the opposite sex, the 25-year-old has been rather open about his bad skin, even joking "pimples are in" as he shared an image of a breakout in June this year. The Baby hitmaker starred in commercials for skin company Proactiv way back in 2011. At the time, he told fans "there's no way I'm going to let a bunch of zits gets in my way."
Bieber is seen smiling at the camera in Saturday's selfie, with his clothing company Drew written over his teeth. Although he did not appear to have an active breakout, his furrowed forehead showed several blemishes.
But he was seemingly clear-skinned by his Monday nuptials as he posed for photos with his stunning bride and their loved ones. The famous duo first tied the knot in secret a year ago the day they got their marriage license.
However, this time around Justin and Hailey exchanged vows in front of around 150 celebrity guests. Among those who attended the ceremony -- held at Somerset Chapel within the grounds of the Montage Palmetto Bluff hotel in South Carolina -- were Ed Sheeran, Kendall and Kylie Jenner, Travis Scott, Usher, and Jaden Smith.
According to reports, Hailey's sister Alaia Baldwin and cousin Ireland Baldwin were her bridesmaids, while the ceremony was conducted by Justin's pastor Judah Smith. As guests made their way to the Wilson Ballroom for dinner, they were served choice cocktails and trays of champagne.