I need to do this soon too, the rubberized finish on mine is peeling away. I would sand the bezel to bare plastic finishing w/ a fine sandpaper, somewhere around 800 probably, clean it well, use a krylon fusion color or some plastic primer w/ the color you want after the primer is wet sanded. Then another wet sand and clear coat. Try to stick with the same brands if you do the primer then color route otherwise you may run into issues (peeling and blistering) It may seem like a little overkill but if you going for the show car look it will definitely give you the best results and hold up the best over time.
Also when yo do it don't just go to the edges, go around the edges so your paint ends on the back of the bezel, it will keep the edges from cracking and peeling.
2004 FX4 REG CAB SOHC
Gibson Dual Exhaust, Flashpaq, 31x10.5x15 Wrangler Territories on Alcoas, Boston Acoustic/Clarion speakers, Rancho shocks, K&N filters, nightshaded tails, clear corners, few other small things and one large to-do list .