Dig The New Breed, the seasonal competition unearthing the the next wave of creative talent, has run in Hunger magazine for the last five seasons.

Originally the initiative of Rankin and his wife, Tuuli Shipster, DTNB aims to find the next generation of creative visionaries, so far discovering talented young stylists, directors, photographers and, most recently, hair stylists.

And now it’s time for makeup artists to step up to the challenge.

To be considered for the initial stages of the competition The Hunger magazine is asking makeup artists to send in five images of their best work which will be judged by Rankin in order to progress to the next stage. Finally, the winners will be selected to have their work shown in the next issue of Hunger magazine.

Submissions should be sent to Katie at editorial@hungertv.com

Please note all images need to be to be submitted in high-resolution via email. Only selected candidates will be contacted due to volume of applicants.

Deadline: 22nd July 2013

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