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Kryolan To 'Face Off'

August 16, 2013

Professional cosmetics brand sponsors TV series.

Kryolan Professional Make-up will be the official cosmetics sponsor of Face Off, Season 5.  Syfy’s critically-acclaimed hit reality competition series premiered this week, and features eight up-and-coming special effects makeup artists that will be competing against eight contestants from past seasons (a Face Off first).  Artists will be provided with cosmetics exclusively from Kryolan Professional Make-up.
 
Contestants will compete with one another each week and will be whittled down until only three remain for the final makeup showdown.   The winning artist will receive $100,000, a 2013 Fiat and a VIP trip from Kryolan Professional Make-up to one of their 85 international locations. 
 
Created in 1945, Kryolan’s scientific approach to make-up manufacturing has pioneered technical breakthroughs and delivered an unprecedented array of formulas, colors and textures.
 
 More info: www.kryolan.com
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