The jewelry company Shane Co. will pay someone $1,000 to watch 10 movies that center on the premise of a “glow-up.”
What is a “glow-up”?: “Glow-up movies are films where the main character experiences a memorable mental and physical makeover,” the company said. “Glow-up is not a one-size-fits-all idea — it can take shape as someone feeling actualized in their career or feeling comfortable in their own skin for the first time.”
What are glow-up films? Shane Co. is looking for someone to watch the following 10 films:
- “Pretty Woman.”
- “The Devil Wears Prada.”
- “Miss Congeniality.”
- “My Fair Lady.”
- “Crazy, Stupid, Love.”
- “Mulan” (2020).
- “Last Holiday.”
- “Can’t Buy Me Love.”
- “My Big Fat Greek Wedding.”
What else? In addition to watching the movies, the person will be asked to take notes on each film and compare the protagonists’ transformations. Shane Co. will provide a worksheet for each movie. All movies must be watched and all worksheets completed by Sept. 9, according to the company’s website.
How to apply: Those interested in applying can fill out an entry form on Shaneco.com. The form asks for your name, birthday and email, and includes two questions about glow-ups. Applicants must be 18 years or older, and a U.S. citizen or permanent resident. The application deadline is July 29.
What the winner gets: Shane Co. will announce the winner on Aug. 12. The winner receives $1,000 and a $50 Amazon gift card to rent the movies on the list.