justin bieber todateen Australian magazine cover makeup

Airblushed? Justin Bieber's flawless (and seemingly made-up) face on the cover of Todateen magazine.

Tom Brady, don't you dare steal this look.

Although the editors deny it, it looks like teen idol Justin Bieber got a full face of makeup the full Photoshop treatment -- including smudged guyliner -- for the November cover of Brazilian teen magazine Star Todateen.

Either that or the 16-year-old dipped his face in a vat of the Proactiv acne treatment he's been hawking.

How else to explain his powder-puff-perfect complexion, dewy lips, and eyes rimmed with a subtle touch of brown liner? We even spy a hint of pale blush on those cheekbones.

Star Todateen issued the following Photoshop denial to the Huffington Post, which translated it from Portuguese:

"We could not help noticing your comments and tweets from the picture of Justin on the magazine's cover. We would like to say there was no change made in the area of the singer's eyes. We had a technical problem that darkens certain areas of the photo.

"We also want to say that all of us find Justin very naturally beautiful. We'd never think it necessary to alter pictures of him. Natural beauty says it all, right?"

It may not be as much of a "Photoshop Frankenstein nightmare" as actress Lindsay Lohan's recent Complex magazine cover, but StyleList is sticking with our Bieber's-been-beautified opinion.

Then again, with a new nail polish line and unisex fragrance in the works, Bieber may not mind the flawless finish -- which is fine, as long as his many hair imitators don't go getting any ideas.

In related news, read about a recent Photoshop glitch at Ann Taylor.

And click here to find out why Rachel Leigh Cook is disgusted by all the photoshopping that happens in Hollywood.