A new reality series has Lifetime blushing.

The network is developing Blush: The Search for America's Greatest Makeup Artist as a companion series to its newly acquired Project Runway, Variety reports.

Set for a November debut, Blush will hope to do for makeup artists what Runway does for designers. Eight beauticians will vie for a one-year contract with Max Factor, $100,000 and a gig with a major magazine cover shoot.

Lifetime has ordered six episodes of the show, which will be produced by Laura Fuest, the woman behind The Pussycat Dolls Present: Girlicious.

Host and judges have yet to be announced - neither has a Tim Gunn-style mentor for contestants. Here's hoping Lifetime can "make it work." - Joyce Eng