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VIDEO: The Face: Season 2

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The Face: Season 2
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Posted: 3/7/2014

Twelve modeltestants will compete to become the newest face of Frédéric Fekkai as Oxygen Media premieres the second season of modeling competition series "The Face." The ten-episode season goes beyond the glamour with Naomi Campbell, Anne V and Lydia Hearst as supermodel coaches and host Nigel Barker in a new expanded role as a confidante and advisor to the hopefuls. watch

VIDEO: Finding the Face...The Finale

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Finding the Face...The Finale
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Length: 43:33
Aired: 3/26/2013

On a night of twists and turns, the final four hopefuls fight it out to become the face of Ulta Beauty, culminating in an amazing Zac Posen runway show also featuring Naomi, Karolina and Coco. watch

VIDEO: Red Carpet Ready? [HD]

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Red Carpet Ready? [HD]
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Length: 44:00
Aired: 3/26/2013

When the final six attend a red carpet challenge they are surprised by celebrity interviewer Wendy Williams, and by the fact that two girls will be leaving the competition. watch


Naomi Campbell
Coco Interview
Karolina Interview

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Finding the Face...The Finale
Red Carpet Ready?
Bare Your New Look
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2013 The Face TV Show Series, Reality Cast Member

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The Face Host Nigel Barker: "Models in Glass Houses Shouldn't Throw Nasty Rocks"

Here is just a hot recap to get us up-to-speed on all the drama that lead up to last night's episode of Oxygen's The Face.  In Week 1, the aspiring models were coached by supermodel Naomi Campbell on "Who wore it better?" and posed in front of the legendary Patrick DeMarchelier for W Magazine.  Week 2 saw supermodel coach Coco Rocha spin 160 poses in a minute hoping to teach, not um, excuse me, totally tangle up, the models.  The girls' effort was for an online campaign for Vogue Eyewear, which was by followed sweet, conservative and sexy TV commercial campaign for lingerie brand Cosabella.

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