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Glow Up series 4: Meet the MUAs battling it out to become Britain’s next make-up star on this year’s line-up

The Glow Up class of 2022! (Picture: BBC)

Glow Up season 4 has finally arrived with 10 new aspiring make-up artists ready to battle it out to become Britain’s next make-up star.

As usual, the contestants will be tested by leading industry experts in varied high-stakes challenges in the hopes of impressing judges Val Garland and Dominic Skinner.

Each week the two MUAs who least impress will go head-to-head in a Face Off elimination, putting their technical skills under the spotlight.

After 8 weeks, the last MUA standing will be crowned and will win a contract assisting some of the world’s top make-up artists.

Ready to meet the cast?

Who is in the line-up for Glow Up season 4?

Charlie (he/she/they/them) was initially introduced to drag and make-up by their Drag Mother

Make-up has been a huge part of dealing with the gender dysphoria Charlie has felt (Picture: BBC)

Age: 21

Location: Telford

Job: Office worker

‘Glow Up will give me the opportunity to make a better life for my one-year-old daughter.’

Kris (he/him) realised make-up was his passion in lockdown

Kris’ dream is to work in film and TV (Picture: BBC)

Age: 28

Location: London via Ireland

Job: Counter MUA

Kris is a self-proclaimed misfit who has now found his superpower in make-up and special effects.

Lisa (she/her) incorporates crafty items like yoghurt cups into her homemade
looks

Lisa is primarily self-taught through YouTube videos and trial and error (Picture: BBC)

Age: 26

Location: Essex

Job: Primary School Teacher

‘I’ve inspired my Primary School students to follow their dreams and now the tables have turned!’

Mikaél (he/him) hopes to assist in a fashion show

Mikaél‘s ultimate goal is to become a household name (Picture: BBC)

Age: 23

Location: London via Ghana

Job: Loss Prevention Officer

‘I haven’t been in the make-up game for long and I’m already desperate to be one of the greats!’

Nancé (she/her) would love to work for Doja Cat

Nancé’s style is clean, glam and fresh make-up (Picture: BBC)

Age: 29

Location: London

Job: Freelance MUA

‘I’ve struggled to get my foot in the door, so now I’m ready to make my own seat at the table.’

Rachel (she/her) wants to launch her own make-up brand

Rachel wants to specialise in fashion and beauty (Picture: BBC)

Age: 24

Location: East Midlands

Job: Pharmaceutical Sales Rep

Rachel is a science geek who wants to mix beauty and brains in the best way.

Ryan (he/him) realised his make-up dreams after witnessing the Manchester Terror Attack

Ryan studied Level 3 in Media Make-up at Salford after the bombing (Picture: BBC)

Age: 20

Location: Bolton

Job: Student

‘The Manchester Terrorist Attacks made me realise being an MUA was my dream career.’

Sophie (they/them) wants to push the boundaries of make-up

Sophie’s main inspirations are Tim Walker and drag queen Hungry (Picture: BBC)

Age: 26

Location: London

Job: Freelance And Retail MUA

‘I’ve struggled finding my feet in the industry, but I’m finally being appreciated for my creative work.’

Young-Chin B (she/her) often draws on her love for her Asian heritage to inspire her looks

Yong-Chin dreams of ultimately becoming a Beauty Editor for a big magazine (Picture: BBC)

Age: 25

Location: London via Glasgow

Job: Freelance MUA and Part Time Nanny

‘I’m desperate to pursue my dream of being a make-up artist.’

Adam (he/him) isn’t afraid to embrace his culture and include it in his work

Adam is a self-taught freelance MUA (Picture: BBC)

Age: 21

Location: Liverpool

Job: Freelance MUA

‘I want to show other Pakistani Muslim boys and girls that if I can do makeup, anything is possible!’

Who is presenting Glow Up season 4?

Maya Jama will be on hand to support the MUAs (Picture: BBC)

Maya Jama is set to reprise her role as presenter for Glow Up season 4.

She joins resident judges Val Garland and Dominic Skinner as they welcome a sparkling array of guest judges and experts from the worlds of beauty, TV, music and fashion.

Globally-renowned photographer and director Rankin will feature as a guest judge once again, with make-up artist Pablo Rodriguez and H&M Beauty’s Global Creative Director Marjorie Lacombe-Jelinek also on the bill.

How to watch Glow Up season 4

Season four will comprise of eight episodes, with the last chapter crowning Britain’s next make-up star.

Glow Up: Britain’s Next Make-Up Star will air Wednesdays at 8pm on BBC Three.


Credit: Original article published here.

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