Ten new ambitious MUAs will hope to be named Britain’s next makeup star
Ambitious makeup artists (MUAs) will battle to become Britain’s next makeup star in the fourth series of BBC Three’s reality show Glow Up.
Aspiring makeup artists (MUA) will fight to be crowned the next UK crown make up star in the fourth series of BBC Three reality show Light up.
The show presented by Maya Jama will see 10 MUAs go head-to-head in an attempt to impress industry professionals and also make a name for themselves in the beauty industry.
Each week, they are tested in various specialist exercises from television to stage, fashion to cover and online beauty campaigns – until only one is left and the winner is decided. determined.
For those who can’t wait for the new series to start, you can also watch the first series of Glow Up: Ireland on BBC iPlayer The current.
The show follows the same premise as the English version, but Love IslandMaura Higgins is the host of the show.
So, what can the audience expect in series 4 of English Glow Up, when will it be broadcast and who are the contestants?
Here’s everything you need to know.
What is Glow Up?
Glow Up: Britain’s Next Make-Up Star, commonly abbreviated as Glow Up, is a reality television competition that seeks to find new makeup artists.
Contestants take part in weekly challenges to progress through the competition.
Each week, each person has to take on two different tasks: a technical summary usually given by guest judges in the moment, and a creative summary that they can prepare in advance.
At the end of the expert challenge, the judges will select the bottom two provisional BUYs before they all go into the creative brief.
Those two were asked to sit on the symbolic red chair, while the other contestants sat on the blue chair, and they were given a 15 minute penalty to complete their creative brief.
If a MUA in the red chair impresses the judges, they have “hit the chair” and another MUA with less success will be disqualified.
The two MUAs ended up facing each other, where each was asked to show that they could complete a makeup technique in just 15 minutes.
They each have one of two identical twins as models to keep the competition fair.
BUY the person with the worst record will be eliminated, and the remaining player will move on to the next set.
The first series premiered on BBC Three in March 2019, with a second series following in May 2020 and a third series in April 2021.
Who is the judge of Glow Up?
The judges were Val Garland and Dominic Skinner.
Val Garland is L’Oréal Paris’s Global Makeup Director and Contributing Beauty Editor for British Vogue.
She has worked on a variety of projects, from highly conceptual catwalk shows for the late fashion designer Alexander McQueen, to commercial photo shoots with Kate Moss.
Dominic Skinner is a Global Senior Artist for Mac Cosmetics. His work has taken him all over the world.
Series one and two of Glow Up were hosted by journalist and TV personality Stacey Dooley, but she was unable to show series three due to filming schedules.
Host, who is Maya Jama?
The third series will be presented by DJ and TV and radio host Maya Jama, and the fourth series will also be presented by her.
Jama, 27, started performing premieres as a teenager, presenting weekly countdown music videos on JumpOff.TV, and later working for Sky UK on TRACE Sports.
In February 2017 she hosted the 2017 Pre-Brit Awards and also a Facebook live stream from the red carpet.
In September of that year, she co-presented the Saturday night game show Cannonball on ITV with.
She was also a guest on the ITV talk show Loose Women in September 2017 and February 2018.
In November 2017, at the age of 23, she became the youngest person to co-host the MOBO Awards on Channel 5.
In 2020, she co-presented BBC One’s New Year’s Eve program and just a few months later, in February 2021, she appeared as a celebrity guest judge on the second season of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK.
Who is the candidate?
Ten new MUAs are joining the fourth series of Glow Up.
Charlie describes himself as an artist who loves working-class gender flexibility on their personal page Instagram page.
They say: “I actually have gender dysphoria, a condition where your own biology makes you uncomfortable. Makeup was an important step in helping me feel at peace with myself. “
A self-proclaimed ‘scientist’, Rachel works for a Covid vaccine company by day and perfects her beauty by night. She describes herself as a beauty content queen on her personal page Instagram page.
“When I put on makeup, I feel like I’m in my composition,” she says. Some people meditate, I put on makeup.”
Mikael grew up in Ghana and although he found the move to the UK a culture shock, he was delighted to see his son working as a makeup artist. According to him personally Instagram pagehe is a self-taught MUA.
He said: “When I put on makeup, it definitely changed the way I present myself. The style that I’m best at is dramatic, it gives me a chance to be weird.”
Yong-Chin studied fashion design at university in London, but when she graduated due to a lack of job opportunities due to the Covid-19 pandemic, she had to experiment more with makeup.
She describes herself as a makeup artist and creative director on her personal page Instagram page.
She said: “I started playing with makeup more and I started to really push it into a full-time job. As a self-taught makeup artist, I love strong makeup. I look at a lot of fashion makeup and I think why can’t I wear makeup on my face every day? ”
Kris is another MUA who learned her makeup skills during the Covid-19 lockdown. You can follow his journey on his personal page Instagram page.
“My superpower has always been my creation,” he said. During the lockdown, I taught myself how to do all the prosthetics and makeup. I feel really ready to show the world my superpowers. “
Lisa always let her insecurities prevent her from pursuing a career in makeup – until now.
She describes herself on her personal page Instagram page as a “self-taught shaper”.
“The thing that I hope the most when it comes to overcoming Glow Up is to prove to myself that despite my doubts, I can actually do this,” she said.
Nancé, originally from Congo, has been a freelance makeup artist for almost ten years.
She describes herself on her personal page Instagram page as a “professional makeup artist and content creator”.
“I don’t think there’s enough representation of people of color in the makeup industry,” she said. There are a lot of girls like me who want makeup but it’s scary not seeing people who look like you do the things that you want to do so I definitely want to be the face of that. ”
Sophie describes herself as a perfectionist, and finds joy in applying makeup because it helps them transform themselves into the characters they love to draw, such as fairies or fairies.
They said: “There are so many limitations to being a human, you have to fit in to be a part of society, it’s nice to come out of that.”
Ryan, from Bolton, credits make-up to help him get through a dark time in his life.
He believes it also helps him discover his true self. You can follow his journey on his personal page Instagram page.
“It was during that time that I honed those skills and I became the artist I am today,” he said.
Adam hopes to make his late father proud by becoming a successful MUA.
He is a professional makeup artist and tutor, in his own right Instagram page.
He said: “My makeup is definitely glamorous, flashy, glamorous. My dream job is definitely to be a famous makeup artist.”
When is series 4 of Glow Up on TV?
Series four of Glow up: Britain’s Next Make-Up Star will begin on BBC Three at 8pm on Wednesday 11 May.
The episode will be available to watch on BBC iPlayer shortly after it airs.
What happens in the first episode?
In episode one, the MUAs head to Birmingham for their first professional assignment, a social media campaign for a fitness brand.
This week’s guest judge, Ivy Weir-Ikpeme, the company’s styling director, challenges MUAs to create natural, gym-friendly makeup looks for their diverse client base.
The next day, all MUAs were asked to create a look based on the creative brief – including the two unlucky people who found themselves on the series’ first red seats.
The first creative brief sees MUAs challenged to create a view of themselves based on their hidden strengths.
Viewers will see judges Garland and Skinner encouraging them to go bold and push their creativity to the limit.
MUA makes some powerful creations, from a chameleon as a prosthetic limb to an intergalactic atomic explosion.
One of the MUAs reveals themselves as a survivor of the terrorist attack in Manchester and uses volcanic eruptions to demonstrate their hidden strength in the face of adversity.
How many episodes will season 4 of Glow Up have?
It is expected that, in line with all previous seasons, season four of Glow Up will have eight episodes and each will air on consecutive Wednesdays on BBC Three in the same time slot.
Each episode will also be available immediately after it airs on BBC iPlayer.
You can also watch all previous episodes from the first three series on BBC iPlayer The current.
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