It's time for a Foundation Challenge! The task: make thee a Valkyrie, under the watchful eye of makeup whiz Douglas Noe (Thor: The Dark World).
Melissa's Valkyrie has a unique look and wins the challenge for her. She heads into the Spotlight Challenge knowing she can take risks and stay in the game.
Yvonne helps us coin a new word when she brings the pachydermal qualities from her lamp into her genie.
The latticework of Melissa's lamp is the jumping-off point for her genie's skin.
The dragon scales and imagery of Walter's lamp gives birth to a whole dragon character. He molds the face on the first day, giving him a definite advantage over the competition.
Mel scrapped her original idea after Mr. Westmore's walkthrough and can't get back on the beam with her new concept.
Rob falls behind on his painting and might not have a completed paint job by the time his model walks onto the reveal stage.
Bill Corso of Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Foxcatcher freaks everybody out just by being his brilliant self and judging their work.
Rob's worrying was, as always, for naught! His ziggurat-esque genie is in Top Looks.
Mel is embarrassed to put this makeup in front of Bill Corso and is right when she predicts she'll be in Bottom Looks.
Robert was once again the class clown, and it hurt him. Though he loves his party animal genie, the judges don't see anything that fits the challenge. He goes home, proud of his work!
Walter brought new light to the dragon world with this frightening being. The judges unanimously love it, and he's this week's winner!
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