• Hailey Bieber has revealed that she’s jealous of husband Justin Bieber’s long lashes
  • Hailey managed to get her husband to take better care of his skin, which helped get rid of his acne issues
  • The couple recently shelled out $25.8 million for a 2.5-acre property in Beverly Park, Los Angeles

Hailey Bieber has revealed that she is jealous of one beauty secret her husband, Justin Bieber, has.

Hailey said she has accepted the fact that she’s not someone with the longest lashes in the world. However, her other half has apparently been blessed with naturally long lashes, something that "annoys" the supermodel.

"It's fine. I've accepted it. I can live with it. They're visible, they're there, but they're not super long," Hailey told Elle in an interview. "My husband actually has way longer lashes than I do, and I get really annoyed."

Hailey, who is the face of beauty brand BareMinerals' Strength & Length collection, has also opened up how she got her husband to take better care of his skin. Better skincare, the model said, has helped the pop singer deal with his acne.

"I tried to help him clear that and get that under control and it is working," she shared. "It's gone, and he's really happy. I give him all of the tips that I use personally and I've given him products that I use. I'm always big on keeping your skin hydrated. It's taken him a while, though."

Recently, the Biebers shelled out $25.8 million for a 2.5-acre property in Beverly Park, a neighborhood that is also home to Hollywood actors Eddie Murphy and Sylvester Stallone, People reported.

The 11,145-square-foot property boasts seven bedrooms and 10 bathrooms. The estate also features an infinity pool, a tennis court and private lawns, a source told the outlet.

This is couple's second home in Beverly Hills. Last year, the Biebers also bought a mansion for $8.5 million that was said to be a mix of Hollywood glamour and casual Californian style, People reported.

Hailey and Justin also share a home in Canada, where they quarantined when the coronavirus outbreak started in March.

"They plan on socially distancing themselves," a source close to Bieber told People in March. "In Canada, their home is very secluded and they are able to be out in nature still. They plan on staying in Canada until it’s safe for everyone to resume their regular lives."

The Biebers returned to Los Angeles in May.