Netflix’s Glow Up Season 3 Release Date, Cast, and Much More

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Who doesn’t love a good reality show that’s both challenging and entertaining at the same time? Glow Up is such a show. Glow Up: Britain’s Next Makeup Star is a show that gained popularity in a very small period of time and is set to release the third season on Netflix very soon.

Let’s Recap

Glow up is a BBC and Netflix show where make-up artists put their make-up skills to test. The competition is fierce and the winner becomes the next big thing in the make-up industry. The face is the canvas and contestants have to present their artistic skills in the form of vibrant and unique make-up.

Glow Up Season 3
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Ellis Atlantis won the title in the first season in 2019, followed by Ophelia Liliu grabbing the crown in the second season that came just a year later in 2020.

Release Date and Cast

Season 3 started airing on BBC April 20, 2022. It will be released on Netflix in just a few days, on July 30, 2022.

Glow Up Season 3
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Season 3 featured Dominic Skinner and Val Garland as the judges, with Maya Jama being the host. There are 10 contestants, namingly – Sophie Baverstock (21), Craig Hamilton (24), Dolli (26), Jack Oliver (27), Ryley Isaac (19), Samah Say (30), Alex Ogden Clark (27), Xavi Guillaume (23), Elliott Banks (27), and Nicole Marilyn (28).

Plot Line 

The plot for Season 3 remains the same as the first two seasons with minor changes here and there. Contestants aspiring to be the next big make-up artist-cum-celebrity have to compete to take the title of Britain’s Next Makeup Star. Over the course of competition, contestants are eliminated till only one person remains standing, worthy of the title.

Synopsis

Glow Up: Britain’s Next Makeup Star is a thoroughly enjoyable show. One can never get tired to seeing people competing against each other through their skills and creating art on faces.

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