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9 Beauty Shows To Stream If You Watch Makeup Tutorials All Day

From documentaries to competition shows.

With so much available on streaming services today, it should come as no surprise that there's a serious amount of beauty content out there to watch — enough to hold you over when you feel like you couldn't possibly watch another YouTube tutorial.

From documentaries and competition shows to true makeover stories, click through for 9 of the very best beauty shows you can stream right now.

Glow Up, Netflix

Think of this like Project Runway for beauty pros. Led by a panel of judges — including world-renowned makeup artist Val Garland and YouTuber Nikkie de Jager — Glow Up takes a bunch of MUA-hopefuls through various challenges, from special effects to fashion editorial looks.

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About Face, Quibi

This new documentary-style series hosted by Rosie Huntington-Whiteley pulls back the curtain on some of today's biggest and influential beauty brands, like Glossier and Kylie Cosmetics — and the women who founded them.

Larger Than Life: The Kevyn Aucoin Story, Hulu

This stunning documentary looks back at the life of Kevyn Aucoin, one of the most in-demand makeup artists in the '80s and '90s, until his devastating (and mysterious) passing in 2002. The film features some of his most famous clients — like Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell, and Cindy Crawford — reflecting on their relationships with the artist.

Skin decisions, Netflix

One of Netflix's newest additions, Skin Decisions follows the practice of LA-based plastic surgeon Dr. Sheila Nazarian and her nurse Jamie as they preform the the latest cosmetic procedures on patients.

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Toxic Beauty, Hulu/STARZ

This gorgeously insightful documentary explores the class action lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson, the plaintiffs looking for justice, and the alleged dangers of commonly trusted beauty products as the industry continues to boom.

Queer Eye, Netflix

Queer Eye offers its subjects lots of different makeovers, from the spiritual and home improvement kind to the standard beauty makeover — dramatic haircuts, grooming, and intros to makeup are to be expected.

Broken, Netflix

This investigative docuseries looks at how negligence in the marketing of products hurts consumers — and in its beauty episode, it explores the dire affects of counterfeit makeup and skincare products.

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100% Hotter, Netflix

Think TLC’s What Not To Wear but more chaotic and crude. A self-proclaimed “make-under” show, 100% Hotter follows the standard transformation format, stripping people of their excessive makeup and clothes and — armed with a stylist, hair stylist, and makeup artist — giving them a more “modern” look in its place.

America's Next Top Model, Hulu

There's no America's Next Top Model without the legendary makeover episodes.

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