Rogue versus Rouge
Rogue (noun) (1) a scoundrel, (2) a vicious or solitary animal, or (3) a fraudulent piece of software. The word is also an adjective meaning vicious and solitary.
Rouge (noun) is a pinkish color or a reddish powder. Also called blush or blusher (UK), it is a cosmetic typically used by women to redden the cheeks so as to provide a more youthful appearance, and to emphasize the cheekbones.. It’s also a verb meaning "to put rouge onto."
Correct Usage: In the Star Wars universe, Han Solo is a lovable rogue.
(Yes, you Han.)
Correct Usage: When applying her make up, Princess Leia didn't use too much rouge.
Han Solo is a fierce rouge in the smuggling world.
No . . . just . . . no.