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"Face Off" puts on its game face in this spinoff of Syfy's popular makeup artists competition series. It features former "Face Off" all-stars matching skills in head-to-head battles, with multiple reveals and eliminations culminating in a grand prize winner. On each episode, four artists race to complete three challenges. A competitor is sent home after each challenge, and after three rounds, the artist left standing is awarded $10,000. McKenzie Westmore hosts, while Academy Award winners Ve Neill and Rick Baker serve as judges. A rotating cast of guest judges also are featured.

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The artists create cave-art-inspired aliens, a mask worn by a horror villain, and a superhero character and their archenemy.
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The artists create ghostly pirates inspired by "Pirates of the Caribbean," rulers of mythical lost worlds, and "Star Wars" inspired bounty hunters.
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The artists create beautiful aliens inspired by futuristic fashion, the spawn of two mutants from the X-Men universe and greyscale creatures inspired by 1950s science fiction films.
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The artists create plant-human hybrids, superheroes inspired by Marvel's Infinity Stones, and Bogeymen based on their own childhood fears.
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The artists must create human-fish hybrids, use accounts from exorcisms to create demons, and take on a magical final challenge inspired by spells from Harry Potter.
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The artists create beautifully grotesque spider-human femme fatales, "Mad Max: Fury Road"-inspired warriors and classic monsters afflicted by a weakness that can kill them.
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The artists create fantasy characters around a set of ears, monsters that haunt creepy locales and "Star Trek"-inspired cyborgs using everyday electronics parts.

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