The first series of The Face Australia featured Naomi Campbell alongside Australian models Cheyenne Tozzi and Nicole Trunfio as the supermodel mentors.The show was hosted by fashion photographer and television personality Georges Antoni.

The remaining eleven models take part in a 'who wore it better' test shoot overseen by Cheyenne.

The girls are later taken to a circus, where they learn that they will have to perform in a Max Factor commercial portraying different roles.

In a shocking turn of events, one of the models is forced to withdraw from the competition.

After half of the contestants are gobbled up in two separate eliminations, the final twelve prepare to compete to become the new face of Olay.

Naomi watches the twelve finalists perform in their first test shoot challenge, where they must pose with miscellaneous items in order to win a Givenchy handbag.

For the campaign, the teams are styled by their mentors for a Marie Claire editorial.One of the mentors is not pleased by the outcome of the first elimination, and decides to confront Naomi.The Face was an Australian reality television modelling competition series aired on Fox8 of Foxtel and produced by Shine Australia. It was reported that the channel and production team acquired the right to create an adaptation for Australian TV on 31 August 2013.Naomi Campbell was the show's executive producer and one of the three supermodel coaches of the series, as with The Face (U. Filming for the series took place from 1 November to 4 December 2013. All applicants attempting to enter the competition were required to be female and be over the age of 18 or under the age 30 as of 1 November 2013.Applying contestants were also required to meet the minimum height requirement of 172 cm. Those with experience as a model could not have been in any national campaign within previous five years before applying.The deadline for all applications was 22 September 2013.