The BBC Is Looking For Aspiring Make-Up Artists For 'Glow Up' Season Two
The series, which made its debut earlier this year on BBC Three, saw a group of 10 fresh, wannabe make-up artists live and work together to compete in artistic beauty challenges for one of them to be crowned winner overall.
And now the broadcaster is looking for more people to sign up to take part on the show for a second season and star alongside host Stacey Dooley, and judges Val Garland and Dominic Skinner.
As per the official BBC casting listing: "Are you an aspiring make-up artists with a creative eye and artistic flair? Are you ready to showcase your skills to top industry professionals?
"If you think you have what it takes to become the UK's next top make-up star, you can apply to take part in the series via an online application."
You can apply online through Glow Up TV production company Wall To Wall's official website as long as you are aged 18 and over - you have until Sunday, 7th July to perfect your application to ensure you bag yourself a spot in front of the mirrors and cameras in Glow Up HQ.
The application form requires you to enter all the usual details as well as telling the casting team a bit more about yourself.
You'll also need to answer a few other questions like 'How would you describe your make-up style?', 'Why is make-up important to you?, 'What is your dream job/area of the make-up industry to work in?' and 'Why should we choose you for the series?'.
The BBC application also needs you to upload a selfie with no or natural make-up as well as a photo of a makeover you've given yourself.
You can apply or read the full terms and conditions here. Good luck!
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