If you haven’t heard about the biggest makeup artist contest running at the moment then where have you been!? On the celebration evening on Makeup Revolution’s 2nd Birthday (which I sadly missed due to it being London based), the news was announced that their other company, Freedom Makeup would be launching a search for the next big makeup artist and that they would win £10,000, a year’s supply of products and a 1 year partnership with the brand. On the night Superdrug generously announced that they’d double it for the prize to be £20,000! How amazing is that!?
It’s open for everyone Beauty bloggers, makeup artists and simply just makeup fanatics worldwide. You have to be over 18 to enter, but you can be anywhere in the world to enter and you don’t need a fancy camera to film on, your phone will do, it just has to be landscape and uploaded to Youtube.
The main part of the competition closes on the 27th of May, so you’re running out of time to get your entry in! The talented five finalists will be flown to London where they will compete in front of celebrity judges in the live final challenge on October 27th. Even the runners up receive £1000 and a Freedom Makeup kit!
I only wish my back was in better condition to enter, I would probably do me more harm than good and I’m not exactly reliable to wake up in the morning and be able to move my arms so I definitely won’t put myself in that position. I’ll stick to the occasionally look when my body allows. But I seriously can’t recommend entering enough, what have you got to lose!? Freedom Makeup and Makeup Revolution are both incredible companies with great people behind them, and I’m really excited to see the finalists of this incredible makeup contest.
The full details can be found on their website HERE.
Good luck to you all!
To accompany this post I’m using the photos of the latest Freedom Makeup products I’ve been sent and I wanted to give you a little run down….
The Black Arts Palette – Utter perfection. It’s all the colours you could ever want on a neutral or subtle glittery eye. At £15 it’s an absolute steal and it’ll be probably the only palette coming on holiday with me as it’s more than enough choice for me and my mum!
The Private Members Lipstick – Not something I can find on the website and I think that’s because of the name. Either way it’s incredible beautiful, it reminds me of MAC Diva but a little shiner and a tad darker.
Pro Studio Strobe Cream – It’s the same consistency as the Makeup Revolution Ultra Strobe Cream but the only difference is that the Freedom one has pinky tones, whereas the Makeup Rev one has goldy tones. They’re both £8 too so it’s just what tone you prefer, I love to wear them both underneath my makeup for an extra glow.
This post features PR samples unless otherwise stated. For more details, read my disclaimer here.