A talented group of aspiring make-up artists attempt to prove their potential to industry professionals in this competition hosted first by Stacey Dooley then by Maya Jama.
It’s the Glow Up final, and the MUAs must present a masterclass to a global panel of industry heavyweights, in order to be crowned Britain’s Next Make-Up Star.
The mission: Make a splash with futuristic faces shot in a water tank for Rankin's Hunger magazine, then get inspired by one of the four elements.
Before the ultimate face-off, the finalists go big with editorial makeup for Hunger magazine and futuristic faces reflecting their fondest hopes.
Glamour rules when creating camera-ready looks for celebrities, but soon it's back to black -- and white -- for an artistic monochromatic assignment.
All eyes are on the prize. The competition climaxes as the finalists lead master classes at Harrods and picture their evolution. A winner is picked.
The artists seek inspiration from a fitness brand's social media campaign before creating bold, dramatic looks highlighting their hidden strengths.
The artists explore gender transformation and more through makeup and try to master the art of theatrical drag backstage at the musical "Kinky Boots."
All that glitters goes down on the bedazzled "Strictly Come Dancing" set. Will these superhero creations fly with the judges? Get ready for a shock.
The MUAs take on London Fashion Week, assisting make-up artist Pablo Rodriguez for Brit designer Mark Fast. In Glow Up Studios, they must create looks based on an act of rebellion.
Food flies and tears flow with social-media video challenges that include using edibles as makeup and applying a full face while blindfolded.
Contestants think bold and high fashion to get their visions into print. Next up, impress Michelle Visage of "RuPaul's Drag Race" with club homages.
Can these contenders cut it? They better brush up on realistic bruises for the TV medical drama "Holby City" before they conjure nightmares in paint.
The MUAs create editorial looks for DJ Jayda G, Hector Espinal and Rolling Stone UK magazine. In Glow Up Studios, they must impress with creative make-up transformations.
It’s the final. The MUAs present a masterclass to a global panel of industry heavyweights, before a final Face Off decides who is crowned Britain’s Next Make-Up Star.
The MUAs are booked to create looks for the dancers in Jonas Blue’s new music video. In Glow Up Studios, the MUAs create looks inspired by a guilty pleasure.
Fresh on the scene, new faces create brand statements for a sportswear holiday campaign and then artfully express their own journeys in makeup.
The MUAs take on the world of film and television make-up, creating looks for American drama series Pose.
Style and precision matter when the players paint under pressure for a runway show and produce makeup palettes to complement a designer collection.
Hear them roar. The artists go head-to-head on "Lion King" looks and design masks that reveal more than they conceal — before they get a surprise.
The MUAs try their hand at special effects, creating alien characters for iconic sci-fi series Doctor Who based around the Doctor’s recent nemeses Swarm and Azure.
The MUAs are booked to create summer party looks for a global retailer's online campaign. In Glow Up Studios, they must impress with imaginative make-up transformations.
The semifinalists create elaborate looks inspired by their signature songs and flex their retro makeup muscles with old friends on Carnaby Street.
The MUAs go back in time to create looks for Golden Globe & BAFTA Award-winning TV drama series, The Crown. At Glow Up Studios, they must impress by turning their models into art.
The contestants blend, contour, and shadow showstopping looks for a live Cirque du Soleil performance and a weird, wonderful body-painting challenge.
Hosted by Maya Jama. The five remaining MUAs take on digital make-up filters for social media platform Instagram and produce Avatar-inspired transformations at Glow Up Studios.