Ve, who won an Oscar for transforming Robin Williams into Mrs. Doubtfire, swings by to give the artists some advice on making their male-to-female Shakespearean heroines pop.
Since this is a Focus Challenge, keeping things simple is critical. Stevie gets this balance right with her Hippolyta from A Midsummer Night's Dream.
On Application Day, Ricky's prosthetic starts wrinkling and puckering, turning his pretty Ophelia from Hamlet into an ugly old lady …
Jasmine's appliance rebels against the paint application, so she has to scrap it and do a straight-up beauty makeup for her Hermione from The Winter's Tale. Good thing she has so much drag makeup experience!
Nora made a good choice when she tossed her old age makeup idea and went in a more "withered hag" direction for her Sycorax, a character mentioned but unseen in The Tempest.
Stevie's Hippolyta is radiant and steps regally into Top Looks.
Evan's concept missed the opportunity to create a unique Hecate from Macbeth. He's in Bottom Looks.
Meg makes a triumphant transition from Queen of the Bottom Looks to Winner of the Challenge with her Queen Mab, a character unseen but described in great detail by Mercutio in Romeo & Juliet.
Ricky's poor painting to cover a poor application didn't hide the poor sculpt underneath. Ophelia goes mad ... and he goes home tonight.
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