American Makeup Warrior! The Foundation Challenge is to style the models as indigenous warriors with ritual marking such as scars and paint.
Robin Mathews, who won an Oscar for her work on Dallas Buyers Club, is there to guest judge.
Meg finishes the paint job with her fingertips, just as many tribes do, giving it an authentic feel. Since Robin Mathews is one of her heroes, it feels great to be named one of the top two looks of the challenge!
Scott finds a way to use paint to look like cracked, dried mud, and wins the challenge - and immunity in the Spotlight Challenge!
Spin the wheel to find out which sideshow freak you'll be creating for this week's Spotlight Challenge!
Stevie gets off to a tough start with Icicle Irma, but some advice from Mr. Westmore helps immensely.
Nora wasn't thrilled when she got Lobster Larry but she pushed herself and found a concept she really loves: Larry the Lobsta Mobsta.
Meg really challenges herself by going for bone and muscle in her Inside-Out Oscar. That's a lot of anatomy, Meg!
Scott loved the freedom that immunity gave him and went really big with his Twisted Tom makeup.
Nora came back from a wash of self-doubt to make one of the best looks of the challenge.
Ben found the perfect balance between human and animal with his Human Peacock and won the challenge.
The judges really weren't feeling Evan's work this week. He's in Bottom Looks with his Moon Girl.
Meg didn't bring all the pieces together with her Inside-Out Oscar and was sent home.
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