Tonight’s episode of Face Off started right where last week’s episode finished. Instead of giving the contestants a chance to rest following Athena’s elimination, they were sent into their next Foundation challenge immediately. With just two hours, each contestant hand to conduct a “make under” by transforming a runway model into a plain Jane. Rayce won the challenge and earned Immunity from the upcoming elimination. It wasn’t the most exciting start, but what came next was very entertaining as a triple twist was tossed at the makeup artists. Read on to find out more!
Face Off went to the wild side on tonight’s episode on SyFy. It started with a Foundation Challenge in which all of the contestants battled it out for Immunity by creating trauma makeup based on wounds that would be inflicted by a werewolf. Naturally, the network decided to tie in one of its own shows for this moment by bringing in actor Sam Huntington as a guest judge. I guess it was appropriate for him to be on board because he does portray a werewolf on “Being Human.” When that was all said and done, Beki was once again awarded Immunity for having the best makeup — but her victory didn’t keep her out of drama throughout the episode. In fact, she was a focal point for lots of the drama we saw up until the end. What happened? Read on for more!
While last week was all about getting naked, this week’s episode of Face Off on SyFy took a freaky turn. In a very cool challenge, the contestants had to create their own horror movie villain based on a phobia. The motivation for their challenge came from the belly of a haunted, abandoned hospital, which they found themselves in after an eerie wake-up call at 3 a.m. Once inside the dark hospital, a series of phobias appeared on the wall. They each chose the phobia in random order and were then sent to sketch their new creature alone in the hospital with only a flashlight to illuminate their drawings. Read on to find out what happened next… if you dare!
Hopefully your kids were in bed before tonight’s episode of Face Off began because there was nudity all over the place. So much nudity that the censors didn’t even bother blurring out any bare butts. None of ‘em. The reason for all the naked flesh? Artwork, duh! Just like we saw last season, the remaining contestants on SyFy‘s enormously successful reality show had to paint on the bodies of fully nude models. If all the nakedness wasn’t enough for the episode, one of the nude dudes found himself passed out on the floor and medically evacuated. We’ve got all the details from this crazy episode — including pictures of the finished artwork. So if you don’t want to see any bare butts, turn back now! If it doesn’t offend you at all, then what are you waiting for?!?! Read on for all the naked goodness!
Face Off splashed into underwater territory in its second episode of the season tonight after a massive debut last week on SyFy. There was only one challenge for the entire hour in which the remaining contestants were tasked with making an aquatic creature. The twist? The makeup had to be completely waterproof since each model would be submerged in a tank for the judges to see. If one thing was clear from this challenge, Beki is definitely a person you never want to have on your bad side. What all went down and who was eliminated? Read on to find out!
Face Off premiered its second season on SyFy this week with a Wizard Of Oz challenge that was simply amazing. And even more exciting for the show is that the ratings have gone way up from their first season! Read on for more…
If you had to re-imagine the main characters from The Wizard of Oz, what would you do to change the icons? That was the premise of the main task on tonight’s premiere episode of SyFy’s second season of Face Off. After a very successful first season last year, SyFy brought the reality smash back with 14 new contestants in a battle for $100,000. The drama kicked off with the contestants in the middle of the Universal Studios Hollywood backlot right into the first challenge.