WARNING: If you don't want to know what happened in this episode, don't read this photo recap!
Peek-a-boo! McKenzie plays dress-up to tell the artists they'll be creating their own version of the 13th card in the tarot: Death.
What's weirder: that Damien and Graham were randomly picked as battle partners AGAIN, or that two out of three of their tarot cards were the same as each others'?
The tarot cards basically tell Mel that Matt is gonna win. This takes her excitement over the reading down a few notches.
Kevon is swinging for the fences with a pullover torso piece - but he's making good time!
Matt is going for an angelic death, with religious symbols incorporated in the anatomy.
Jordan accidentally knocked over a key part of Walter's character! It won't ruin the friendship, but that doesn't mean Walter will ever let Jordan forget about it.
Black wings are a huge part of Graham's costume, but he's starting to wonder if finishing them will leave enough time to do a good makeup.
Mel salvaged her medical disaster, and created a true death makeup. She's determined to keep her paint job clean this week.
Damien is regretting his color scheme, but the membranous mouth gage is creepy AF.
In the battle of Mel vs. Matt, the winner is Matt!
In the battle of Kevon vs. Derek, the winner is Derek!
In the battle of Walter vs. Jordan, the winner is Walter!
In the battle of Damien vs. Graham, the winner is Graham!
No one's going home tonight, but Damien still can't rest easy knowing he's a bottom look.
A lot worked about Jordan's makeup, but a lot didn't. He's in bottom looks.
The simplicity and eeriness of Graham's makeup made it a top look.
Of many good looks, Matt's Angel of Death was deemed best. He wins the week, and the help of an industry professional in the next challenge.
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