Glam Masters

TV review by Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media
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age 13+

Makeup competition features lots of fashion branding.

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age 12+

Based on 3 reviews

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age 16+

Reality TV at its worst!

I have really tried to watch this show as I think that it's remarkable what people can do with makeup; however, I don't find the talent pool on this show is of high enough quality to keep my interest. That's not to imply that they do not have any talent in the real world, but the concept of the show is seemingly shallow, and the few episodes that I have tried to watch thus far have very mediocre makeup jobs, at least in the first two challenges of each episode. I haven't managed to make it through an entire episode as of yet so I don't know what the final product ends up looking like. I much prefer other competition reality shows such as Project Runway or Project Runway Junior which I realize is not makeup based, but at least you can see the talent pool in a show such as those.
age 6+

The show is not the best thing ever but...

I find it very disheartening that someone put that this show doesn’t have great role models because “the judges can be critical”. If you asked me to pick the best role model I can think of, it would be Kandee Johnson. Who is known for being so genuinely kind, kid friendly, and a great teacher for the craft that is makeup artistry. This show could do better. I enjoy it and I watch it but it could be better. I find Laverne, Kandee, and Mario amazing to watch as a makeup lover. Not loving the Milk Cosmetics lady but whatever. I feel like they just need better contestants. The episodes with good contestants are amazing to watch, while other episodes are very lackluster. I feel like once the show is known more, it will get better names on there. I will be watching. This show would be perfectly find for all ages. The show talks about loving yourself and seeing the beauty from the inside. Everyone is very positive. They even tell each contestant they have leave that they hope they continue to live a beautiful life each time. I feel like the other person is crazy for saying Kim K is known for having cheap taste. That is so far from true. She isn’t on the show but produces it.

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