The One Thing You Probably Didn't Notice About Justin Bieber's 'Sorry' Dance Video

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Want to get into the whole red lipstick thing that's popular these days (thanks, Taylor Swift) but don't know how to rock it? You may want to watch Justin Bieber's new music video for his track "Sorry" then!

In the dance video that was just released, you notice a few things:

1. Obvy, Justin isn't anywhere in the video...

2. There's a lady dance crew dancing in the vid, and their different styles and dance moves are friggin' killer!

3. Wait, are all the ladies wearing the same lipstick?!

Yep, they sure are. And it's for a damn good reason, too.

Parris Goebel, the 23-year-old choreographer and mastermind behind the video, shared with that just one tube of MAC's Ruby Woo was used with all 13 dancers from her studio. For her, it was a way to unify their look while celebrating their individuality. Pretty smart, right?

"Everyone did their own hair and makeup, but the lipstick was the one thing we had in common," she said. "With the colors of the clothes, it would have been too much to all have different lip colors."

So why Ruby Woo? "[It's] your classic red lipstick that you can't go wrong with, and suits everyone's skin tone. I wear it every day of my life, to be honest," she added. "We were very short on time, so I had to make a confident decision."

Oh, and she wasn't shy about dancers applying her lipstick straight from the tube. "It's the last thing I'm thinking about — 'Can everyone use a lip brush?'"

"We don't have makeup artists, so we just go for it. It's rough, it's raw; we share clothes, and we share makeup. We're filming a video for Justin Bieber — we're worried about the dancing, not germs."

You can buy yourself some Ruby Woo, here. Peep the girls (and their lipstick) in the Biebs' "Sorry" video, below.
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