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By the end of a season of Face Offyou've gotten to know the artists pretty well as you've ed them in the paint-soaked trenches of makeup creation and application. But those on whom that makeup is applied challenge after challenge remain pretty much anonymous We're speaking, of course, of the models of Face Offthose black-clad beauties who bound into the lab on Application Day ready to be transformed into otherworldly beings.
They're the highly trained, specialized infantry of Face Offthe living canvasses on which the artists show off their skills. They're rarely referred to by name and they're never interviewed on screen, acknowledging the various cameras only fleetingly, if at all.
What's the Face Off experience like for them? How many hours is the entire process, from first sitting in the chair to getting all the makeup removed?
How do they eat with all that stuff on their face? How much do they have the artists' backs when the judges come in for Closer Looks?
And how much does it pay, anyway? Some light has been shed on the Face Off model experience thanks to the gang at Reality Blurredwho have interviewed Matt Chris Wood and Isabelle Du, two Face Off models whom you'll most definitely recognize but probably never knew by name until now.
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