The makeup chair is not only about leaving with a beautiful look but has also become a place of learning, teaching and experimentation.
With experience as a supermodel and makeup ambassador, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley knows the chair all too well and has curated a wealth of knowledge over the past few decades.
It’s no overstatement that, with Rosie’s time in the chair, she sure knows a thing or two about the beauty world – which initially led her to launch digital platform Rose Inc. Now, the celebrated model and influencer is bringing beauty to our screens in a new way.
“When I launched my beauty website (Rose Inc), I was learning more about the people behind these beauty brands by covering their products – and it quickly became obvious that we were only just scratching the surface,” Huntington-Whiteley tells Refinery29.
“I knew each of these founders had a story to tell that brought a unique perspective to what it means to be an entrepreneur today.”
Meet: About Face, Rosie’s new beaut mini-series, available to watch on Quibi now. The six-part series follows Rosie as she goes behind the brand, with some of the industries most influential minds.
Adding executive producer to her already impressive resume, Huntington-Whitely teamed up with the production company behind ‘Project Runway’ to bring ‘About Face’ to our screens, with the goal to inspire a new generation of beauty.
The show’s run sheet of special guests leaves one question – who doesn’t feature on the show?
From quizzing Kylie Jenner on rocking the world with her sell-out lip kits & expanding Kylie Cosmetics, to the founder of the Huda Beauty Empire, Huda Kattan.
The brains behind the Instagram sensation, Glossier, Emily Weiss, and none other than Beyoncé’s go-to makeup artist Sir John.
Hairdresser to the stars, widely loved by the Kardashian-Jenner clan and founder of her own Haircare line – Jen Atkin. And Pony Makeup, Korea’s ultimate beauty influencer with a cool 7.1 million followers – that’s one impressive lineup for sure.
How to watch
Add About Face to your watch list ASAP by downloading the Quibi App.
The app, pronounced “Kwib-ee,” is a subscription-based streaming platform devoted to short programs and series.
The cost? You can stream on the app for free with ads – think Spotify – or without, for $7.49 per month, and of course, you can cancel at any time.
Words: Georgia Rose