Karlie Kloss Helps Josh Horowitz Face The Camera For The 2013 MTV Movie Awards

Karlie Kloss, Josh Horowitz

Karlie Kloss gives Josh Horowitz a beauty makeover during red carpet training for the 2013 MTV Movie Awards.
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In preparation for the 2013 MTV Movie Awards, our pre-show correspondents, supermodel Karlie Kloss and After Hours mastermind Josh Horowitz, have been honing their hosting skills in red carpet training camp. Held in an undisclosed location, Karlie and Josh are slaying hypothetical night-of maladies on the ones and twos from securing a big interview in their first mission, "Operation: Chasing Channing," to taming an unruly mane in "Operation: Horrible Hair." Their latest task? It's called "Operation: Host Beauty Training", and Mr. Josh Horowitz is in the hot seat again.

The introduction of HD cameras (and TVs) into our vernacular technology has been a kind of double-edged sword. The clearer picture is better on our oculars, but if you're ever in a position to be on the OTHER side of the lens (meaning: in front of it), you're probably significantly less stoked about the advancement. That much high-resolution attention on your skin (and let's real talk right now, blemishes and complexion woes continue on well past your teen years, folks) is enough to make you break out in hives (thus catalyzing a vicious downward spiral of anxiety and acne, but we digress)!

The aforementioned is pretty much Josh's exact plight, but lucky for him, Karlie Kloss knows a thing or two about getting your face camera-ready. For "Operation: Host Beauty Training," Karlie slips into a navy blue work shirt (very updated Bill Cunningham) and enlists the help of beauty consultant Svetlana. The two get to work on Josh, cleansing, toning, and buffering his face, but there's one last thing he needs to do to ensure on-camera perfection. See what Karlie has up her sleeve and whether she and Svetlana can fix Josh's face in the full red carpet training camp clip below!

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Operation: Host Beauty Training

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