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Jessica Alba Gave Stephen Colbert a Hipster Makeover

Stephen Colbert also taste tested The Honest Company’s beauty products

Jessica Alba stopped by The Late Show on Thursday not to promote a film, but her business, the Honest Company, which as Stephen Colbert noted is where “your baby might know her from.”

Before she could describe her company, though, Colbert had a few questions about Alba’s tattoo. Alba, however, felt explaining the tattoo that she got in the wake of a breakup was “unnecessary.” Colbert dropped the subject, but moved on to taste-testing the Honest Company’s hair and beauty products, which are not for eating. As Alba watched in horror, Colbert spritzed the sea salt spray in his mouth, while teasing her: “That’s really salty,” he said, adding, “Jessica Alba says you can put it on popcorn!”

At last, Alba meted out her revenge by giving Colbert a very public—and very silly looking—makeover: “I turned you into a hipster millennial!”

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