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In episode one viewers meet the ten aspiring MUAs, kicking off with an assignment from sports fashion retailer JD, who are shooting their Christmas ad campaign.
This week's guest judge challenges the amateur MUAs to follow a brief which focuses on brand identity. If they succeed, their work will be included in the advertising campaign and be seen globally. If they fail to hit the mark, their work won't be featured and they risk starting the following day's challenge in the red Face Off chairs with a 15-minute crucial time penalty.
The only way to escape the elimination Face Off round is to wow the judges in the Creative Brief and hope another MUA takes their place. In this week's Creative Brief, the MUAs must produce a look on their own face based on identity.
The two who least impress, take on the first elimination Face Off skill drill - a bold ombre lip on identical twins. Following this the judges must decide who stays and who goes.
In the second episode of BBC Three's hit make-up series, hosted by Stacey Dooley and judged by Val Garland and Dominic Skinner, the nine remaining MUAs take on London Fashion Week, working alongside an iconic guest judge and fashion designer.
Stacey Dooley presents, as make-up industry legends Val Garland and Dominic Skinner judge the remaining MUAs on their boldest assignment yet. The contestants are immersed into the world of fashion editorials, working for guest judge and leading make-up artist, Andrew Gallimore.
Stacey Dooley, Val Garland and Dominic Skinner take the remaining MUAs into the world of TV special effects, as they step onto the set of Holby City to be met by the Head Of Prosthetics and Guest Judge, Megan Thomas.
The contestants' skills are put to the test in the famous hospital. After a short demonstration, each MUA is given an actor and a character brief to follow, where they must create realistic wounds, injuries and blood effects. The two that deliver the most convincing looks will have their work televised and get to see their actors film on set.
The next day in the Creative Brief the two that least impressed start the day in the red Face Off chairs. This time the MUAs are asked to create a look that embodies their worst nightmare, fear or phobia.
The weakest two enter the Face Off, where they must precisely replicate an eye shadow look, complete with rhinestones. The loser will be sent home.
It's the quarter finals and Stacey Dooley takes the contestants to a familiar place: The Strictly Come Dancing ballroom.
Val Garland and Dominic Skinner are joined by Guest Judge and Bafta Award-winning hair and make-up designer Lisa Armstrong, as the MUAs battle it out in the world of glitz and glam in Britain's most famous ballroom.
Lisa is responsible for creating up to 50 original make-up looks for Strictly every week, and wants to know how the contestants will work to the time pressures of a live show. It's Movie Week and each contestant must deliver two looks based on an allocated movie, their make-up must also embody Strictly's brand: lashes, glamour and glitter. The best will have the opportunity to work with Lisa backstage at the live show, whilst the others risk the red Face Off chairs in the following challenge.
The next day at Glow Up HQ the MUAs must transform their model into a superhero. The two that disappoint head into the Face Off elimination, a make-up skill drill where they are challenged to produce a perfect glitter lip. The judges are in deadlock as they try to decide who should earn a place in the Glow Up semi-final.
It's the semi-final, and just one professional and one creative brief stands in between the MUAs and the chance to make it through to next week's Glow Up final.
Judges Val Garland and Dominic Skinner are joined by Guest Judge, the world renowned photographer and director Rankin, as the MUAs are booked on a beauty editorial for his magazine, Hunger.
Stacey Dooley presents as Rankin challenges the MUAs to experiment with beauty, expressing themselves and creating a look for the beauty editorial's theme The Future. But there's a twist: the models will be photographed in a tank of water, meaning the final four MUAs must produce a make-up look that works well in the water.
Rankin will also be looking at how well they work with him to create the perfect image, and if they're good enough their work will feature in his magazine.
The following day at Glow Up HQ, the MUAs face their first ever surprise Creative Brief, where they are asked to produce a look based on one of the four classical elements: earth, water, air and fire. The looks are judged before Dominic and Val decide which two will enter the Face Off elimination. With a place in the final at stake, the MUAs are asked to pull off a rainbow eye with seamlessly blended colour.
It's the final of Glow Up and just three MUAs remain - they all have a chance to be crowned Britain's Next Make-Up Star, but only one will come out on top. Stacey Dooley presents as the MUAs are faced with their biggest Professional Assignment to date.
Val Garland and Dominic Skinner are joined on the judging panel by Guest Judges Annalise Fard, Harrod's Director of Beauty and make-up royalty, and Anastasia Soare, creator of Anastasia Beverly Hills. Under their watchful eyes the MUAs are tasked with leading their own make-up masterclass at one of the world's most famous department stores - Harrods.
The MUAs take it in turns to deliver a masterclass, showcasing their USP by creating a signature look on the eyes in front of an audience of industry professionals. They must be engaging, informative and deliver great make-up.
The next day at Glow Up HQ the final three MUAs take on their last Creative Brief: delivering a look on the theme of evolution. They must demonstrate who they were before they started this competition and who they are now, and the finalists must push the boundaries - interpreting the brief and creating looks like never before.
Following the Creative Brief, the judges must decide which MUA should leave the competition in third place before the final two head into the Face Off, where one will be crowned winner of Glow Up and named Britain's Next Make-Up Star.