This week, the teams had to create characters who were possessed by haunted objects. This is Nelson's final look-- a woman who was possessed by a violin. Neville loved how the character interacted with the prop. Glenn didn’t like how the prosthetics didn’t blend into the mouth. He said that leaving that space open made the piece feel disconnected.
Nelson's character was possessed by a violin, cutting lines in her arms with the bow.
Suzanne's character was caught between two worlds. Glenn felt that the concept was overkill and thus, the make-up suffered.
Suzanne's character was caught between two worlds because of a haunted clock. On one side of the portal the woman is haggard and on the other she is beautiful, Ve didn't like either face and Suzanne was sent home. Ve commented that Suzanne did not complete the challenge in a successful manner.
Faina's World War II reporter's typewriter was possessed by a dead soldier. Guest judge actor, Cheyenne Jackson, loved the detail in the nails. Glenn said, "another phenomenal week!"
Ve said that the milky eyes on this character creeped her out. Job well done, Faina.
Kierstin said that she had "zero ideas" this week and thus, her final look suffered. Neville was sympathetic but still said that she could have - and should have - done much better.
Glenn gave Kierstin props on the tight accuracy of the blood splatter on the side of the character's face.
This is KC's final look - a woman possessed by a camera. The hands were guest judge Cheyenne Jackson’s favorite part.
Neville wasn't into the make-up and said he couldn’t tell what it was supposed to be.
Phil spun a tale of a single mother who accidentally drowned her baby.
Neville said that Phil redeemed himself this week with the edges, the paint and the application.
Andrew's character was a little girl, possessed by the spirt of a murderous little boy. All of the judges loved this look from head to toe, making him the individual winner of the week.
Cheyenne said that the giant forehead reminded him of a twisted baby doll - in a good way.