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Calling all Makeup Artists


You have till September 30, 2006 to enter in the Lancôme Colour Designs Awards for Makeup Artist. From the hundreds of applications, a two step selection process will be used to come up with the finalists. An internal Lancôme committee will determine 20 semi-finalists who will then face another selection process which leads to the final five of the competition. On November 27, 2006, these finalists will put their skills to the test in Toronto. At the awards gala, the artists will complete two makeovers using Lancôme products for a distinguished judging panel and guests.

To be eligible you need 2 to 10 years experience as a professional makeup artist, reside in Canada and be 18 or older. You'll need the 3 best photos of your work, a resume and the entry form. The winner will receive:
A Lancôme Colour Designs Awards trophy, $2,000 worth of Lancôme products, $5,000 cash prize, up to $20,000 in Lancôme contracts, an all expenses paid trip to Paris to attend the Lancôme Colour Designs Awards International competition, Member of the judging panel for the 2008 Lancôme Colour Designs Awards for Makeup and national media exposure.

Please check the Lancôme Colour Designs Awards website for all the important contest details.

Created in 1935 Lancôme is a division of cosmetics giant L'Oreal. In addition to recognizing Canada's top makeup artist, Lancôme has partnered with Ryerson University to bring the Lancôme Colour Designs Award for fashion. This competition is open to all fourth year students in the fashion program.

image: lancômecolourdesigns.ca


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