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Jimmy Fallon's Makeup Skills Tested By Drew Barrymore In Game Of 'Russian Rouge-ette' (VIDEO)

03/22/2013 12:40 pm ET | Updated Mar 22, 2013

Drew Barrymore has tried just about every hair color, eyeshadow and lipstick out there. Way before pop stars like Rihanna, Katy Perry and Nicki Minaj were dipping and dying their locks shocking shades, Barrymore was making bold beauty changes simply out of boredom.

"I like to [have fun with my hair]," she told Us Weekly. "I don't feel comfortable staying the same for very long."

But Barrymore got quite the makeover when she stopped by "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" on Thursday to show off her new makeup line, Flower.

The 38-year-old actress-turned-cosmetics creator squared off with Fallon in a hilarious game of "Russian Rouge-ette" -- a beauty spin-off of the potentially deadly game. After they each drew of series of empty boxes, things started to get pretty messy once the funny talk show host uncovered purple eyeshadow. Fallon used the opportunity to give Barrymore a Ziggy Stardust-esque eye look, smearing the shadow across her eyelids and the bridge of her nose. But she eventually got payback with a tube of bright pink lipstick.

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Fallon may want to stick to his late-night gig as his makeup skills are not all that great. But we do give him credit for always being game to tap into his feminine side. Remember when he threw on a brown wig, coral cardigan and yellow crop pants to demonstrate the "Evolution of Mom Dancing" with Michelle Obama? Fun-ny!

How do you think Fallon and Barrymore's cosmetics game ranks against CoverGirls Ellen and Sofia Vergara? It's a draw for us.

Check out Drew Barrymore's beauty evolution:

Drew Barrymore Beauty Evolution

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