Here's what the judges thought of Damien's take on death.
Glenn: I feel like this is what death would look like if death came for you at a German metal festival.
Ve: It’s pink - it’s a weird choice don’t you think?
Neville: *Still laughing* Mmmhmm.
The judges really dug Graham's challenge winning take on death. Here's proof!
Glenn: I like that instead of doing a skull to represent death, it’s an anatomical version.
Neville: It’s super subtle and there’s no texture and it works.
The judge's didn't hate Jordan's makeup this week. They just didn't necessarily love it.
Neville: It’s much more interesting up close.
Glenn: I think it’s s step in the right direction for Jordan. It’s still a little cartoony but it fits this challenge really well.
Hey, Kevon, so...um, this is terrifying and that's our take on it. But let's hear from the judges:
Neville: You were so courageous to make the chest piece integrated into the neck appliance.
Ve: If he would have made the head a little more bulbous on top, the proportions would have been a little bit better.
Death becomes her. Literally. Here's what the judges thought of Derek's challenge winning make-up:
Glenn: I love the stripped patters on the chest and the paint job is gorgeous.
Ve: I don’t know guys, I like the idea of it but I think the paint job is missing.
Neville: I see your point but I think there’s enough value shift and breakup to kind hold it together.
Us: What Neville said.
So THIS is how you win an overall challenge. Bravo Matt!
Ve: It’s a great color pallet.
Neville: I agree, you can’t go wrong with that beautiful mitre shape. But the embellishment on the forehead takes it up a notch on the detail. The vision of this head to toe is so alluring.
Oh, Mel, the judges really weren't feeling your look for this week:
Neville: Is this death?
Glenn: There’s a lot of nebulous textures that don’t really make sense.
Ve: It’s very blocky.
Us: Oh, dear.
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