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SyFy Face Off Season 2

*Post originally written by Olivia J on The Unknown Beauty Blog.*


After yesterday's post, I felt like scrubbing this blog clean or somehow neutralizing the effects of brush licking!  Like I said, I wasn't ousting the person because who knows, someday that YouTuber could become a SFX artist (once the rules of hygiene are instilled in that pigment-ingested brain) and end up on a show like SyFy's Face Off!




Season 1 to me seemed a bit fixed but that is the world of television.  I am not saying that Conor didn't deserve to be a winner, I  just found him a bit professionally qualified to really be in that show.  But hey, he worked with Ve Neill on The Hunger Games and is set for a nice well-respected career in SFX.

In season 2, McKenzie Westmore returns as the host as do the three judges: Glenn Hetrick, Ve Neill, and Patrick Tatopoulos.  Special guest celebrity judges also make an appearance.  There are fourteen contestants vying for a spot to be top SFX artist in this season.  From watching the sneak peek clips, I can say that this season is way more challenging than the first thus resulting in more stressful and dramatic episodes of artistry.  Knowing that the time limit is never enough for a real good job, the artists all panic and get through each challenge with a lot of doubt of the outcome.  Surprising results occur and like season 1, awe inspiring art!


Pictures courtesy of Syfy

If you haven't watched Face Off on SyFy on Wednesday nights at 10/9c, you should because it goes to show how important anatomy has to work together with makeup.  Not only that, the work has to look good in photography and film.  Basic methods of SFX are stretched beyond their limits in the minds of these artists.  I have a deep admiration for them and wish that everyone could win!



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