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We know you loved watching the first season of The Face, the reality show where supermodel coaches compete with each other to find the new face of ULTA Beauty. Well, here’s some exciting news: Oxygen Media tells PEOPLE exclusively that they’ve finalized the details for season two of the show. The contestants this season will be competing to be the face of … wait for it … the legendary hair care company Frédéric Fekkai.
As part of this partnership, Fekkai himself will be making regular guest appearances on the show. In addition, the winner (i.e. the new “face”) will receive personal mentoring from the hair man himself — and will make appearances at Fekkai salons and at stores that carry Fekkai, and will be featured on Fekkai’s website and social media outlets. The supermodel coaches will be Naomi Campbell, who also is the show’s Executive Producer, and Lydia Hearst and Anne Vyalitsyna (Hearst and Vyalitsyna are replacing Karolina Kurkova and Coco Rocha this season).
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“I’m delighted that Fekkai is joining the upcoming season of The Face. For me, the worlds of beauty and fashion have always been closely intertwined — many of my personal clients over the years have been top models, so this is a natural fit,” Fekkai says.
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