Alex Kozinski knows a thing or two about lipstick, mascara and blush, and as far as he’s concerned, the bottom line is that he doesn’t want to wear it.

“Imagine, for example, a rule that all judges wear face powder, blush, mascara and lipstick while on the bench,” the 9th Circuit judge wrote in a Friday dissent.

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