The evicted models include Esther, Ruth, Kathy and Mavis while Msmbonu and Kaymondi made the list of make-up artists.
An eviction dinner dance has been held in Accra, which saw the 6 exit, leaving the competition with 18 finalists.
Attended by an impressive guest list that included an international model, lawyer and influential corporate leaders, it afforded the contestants a rare opportunity to network and pitch useful ideas.
The eviction event also took place hours after the finalists donated items worth thousands of Ghana cedi to the Teshie Orphanage.
Auditions for the maiden edition were held in Accra (Southern Sector) and Kumasi (Northern Sector) after which 18 models and six make-up artists were selected.
Hundreds of young, aspiring models and make-up artists took part in the process, which saw some notable modeling and make up faces act as judge.
At stake for the winner in the model category is a visit to the Sleek office in London, an official vehicle for the period of reign, a year’s supply of Sleek products, official face for all Sleek promotional materials, an opportunity to work with a modelling agency in South Africa, a cash prize of 3000 cedis and free grooming for a year.
The runners up get free grooming, an opportunity to take part in key CSR activities of Sleek, and months of free product supply.
The selected make up artiste gets a cash prize of 2000 cedis, training with the Sleek office in London, and free supply of products for a year among a host of other tie-ins.
Sleek Ambassador Make-Up Artist & Model Search is a Ladies in Prestige and Purpose (LIPP GLOBAL) event, and sponsored by Sleek Cosmetics.
It is supported by LA Palm Royal Beach Hotel, Africa World Airlines, Clickx photography, Buck Press, Media Majique, Karl Aubin, logistics movers, Pkog, Nallem, Chocolate, Harmattan, Kash Boutique and Shinnels saloon.