Meet Jo's Mr. Toad. Glenn said that conceptually it’s in-line with what the artists were asked to do. Neville said that the drooping eyes are almost more eye-like than nose to him. Was it a compliment? We’re still not sure...
This toad's got a face that only the artist who created him could love. And we mean that with love!
Two Mr. Toads walk into a bar...
Caption this: "Let's make a deal... to win!"
Here's Yvonne's Tinkerbell, Ve said that she almost looks wooden and Neville agrees that the makeup doesn’t look very realistic or authentic from a skin perspective.
Yvonne and her Bell.
A tale of two Tinkerbells.
Matt's Tinkerbell was a crowd pleaser and he won the battle against Yvonne. Special guest and Guillermo Del Toro film alum, Doug Jones points out that the rolls at the top of the head are a call back to the Faun in Pan’s Labyrinth. And Ve loves the pallet.
Matt was inspired by the dark origin stories of fairies. Glenn said that this is a perfect example of knocking something out of the park.
This Little Mermaid, created by Graham was crowned the challenge winner, beating the competition - Sasha!
Graham and his mermaid strike a pose.
Under the sea? Pfft, we're on TV!
Sasha's little mermaid wasn't among the judge's favorie and Sasha wasn't all that jazzed about the final look, either.
Sasha wasn't happy about her final make-up but it's still early yet in the competition. Chin up, girl!
This Gingerbread Man looks delicious!
Mel and her man.
These two Gingerbread men couldn't be more different. Jordan's was the winner with Doug Jones joking, "looks like someone's been eating the gingerbread if you know what I mean". We do. teehee!
A twisted Del Toro version of the Gingerbread Man, indeed. Guillermo would be proud.
Jordan is horrifically proud of his creation.
This Humpty Dumpty must have had quite the fall as he's missing an entire sleeve. Neville says that it’s pretty authentic of the character looking patched together. Ve says it doesn’t go with the challenge but it’s still a cool makeup.
Walter and Kelly's Humpties are like apples and oranges. Different but cool within their own rights.
Doug Jones says, “can I start by saying, Guillermo Del Toro?” Glenn says that the proportions from the side are absolutely gorgeous and the yolky eyeball in the back of the head was a big hit among all the judges.
This make-up won over all the looks in the competition! Congrats, Kelly, on your first EVER win!
Looky, looky, we've got Captain Hooky, created by Kevon.
Doug was confused when he first looks at the make-up but quips that it’s “detailed as heck”. Neville says that it’s a cacophony of shapes and textures, which are all good things, but it would have been best to pick one or the other.
Two hooks but only one could take top looks and that would be the gentleman on the right, created by Derek.
That's some hook! We can see why the judges were impressed by this look. ;)
Derek is flanked by his Del Toro inspired creation.