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Glow Up 2022 start date for series four on BBC Three

Glow Up season 4 release date revealed

Glow Up (series 4),Dominic Skinner, Maya Jama, Val Garland (L-R),Dominic Skinner (judge), Maya Jama (host), Val Garland (judge).,Wall to Wall / BBC Creative,Ray Burmiston
Glow Up (series 4),Dominic Skinner, Maya Jama, Val Garland (L-R),Dominic Skinner (judge), Maya Jama (host), Val Garland (judge).,Wall to Wall / BBC Creative,Ray Burmiston

Glow Up season 4 is on its way to BBC Three BBC iPlayer for 2022.

The new series will see Maya Jama return to present as ten new make-up artists compete.

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They'll be tested in varied professional assignments, from TV to theatre, fashion to front covers and on-line beauty campaigns.

Glow Up 2022 air date

The release date for Glow Up 2022 has been confirmed for Wednesday, 11 May on BBC Three and iPlayer.

New episodes will air weekly from 8PM.

The new series will welcome back industry icons Val Garland and Dominic Skinner as series judges, on hand to whittle ten budding Make Up Artists (MUAs) one by one, before discovering Britain’s Next Make Up Star.

Joining the pair will be a host of special guest judges throughout the series.

Ten new contestants - Adam, Charlie, Kris, Mikaél, Ryan, Sophie, Rachel, Nancé, Lisa and Yong-Chin - have signed up, each week facing a real-world Professional Assignment, as well as a themed Creative Brief at Glow Up HQ.

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Series four sees the battle of the brushes take place across multiple real-world professional assignments and challenges, as the MUAs get to work on everything from studio shoots and campaigns with H&M and Gymshark, through to aliens inspired by Dr Who and circus performers for Cirque du Soleil

The two MUAs who fail to impress judges Val and Dominic then enter the elimination Face Off round where one will be sent packing and heads home.

The last MUA left standing wins a contract assisting some of the world’s top make up artists and is crowned Britain’s Next Make Up Star.

In episode one, the MUA class of 2022 are tasked with their first Professional Assignment, a social media campaign for a sport and fitness brand. Guest judge Ivy Weir-Ikpeme, the company’s styling manager, challenges the MUAs to produce a gym-friendly, natural make-up look for their diverse customer base.

The first creative brief sees the MUAs asked to produce a look on themselves based on their hidden strength before two contestants face elimination.

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Meanwhile, the first three series of Glow Up: Britain’s Next Make Up Star are available to stream on BBC iPlayer now.

Outside the UK, the show is available to stream on Netflix.

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