Well, I have to say that I was surprised about a few things in this one:
1. They overall had lovely makeups - even Laney's but I wish that it could've had all the makeup on it.
2. Frank survived simply because he did do a good sculpt on his makeup. You could tell that all his real life stuff (dad died this year, mom not doing well) is affecting his work. I do NOT like his work, but I do feel for him going through all of that. Even if he had been a bottom look, at least he TRIED to do a good makeup this time - and I give him props for it, which is much more than I can say for...
3. RJ deserved to go home... he didn't try. He had a fun concept but he really blew it worse than the bottom three makeups last week. I mean, seriously, the fellow eliminated at LEAST had a full sculpt, just a bad makeup. RJ did a couple of tiny prosthetics and hoped his beehive took him to the end.
And WHY DIDN'T he think about making the beehive a beautiful literal beehive for her head? At least it'd been sculpted. The model he got too usually can wear just about anything and make it work - even really bad makeups (she's saved a few looks that should've been bottom looks). This time however, she looked VERY EMBARRASSED to wear it.
4. The top three looks - Roy, Laura (winner) and Lyma. I will say all three of them were either beautiful in the true sense of the word (Laura and Roy) or in the artistic sense. Lyma's pregnant Mother Nature was creative, though I wish she had time to actually make a rabbit and not use a stuffed toy in the belly.
Laura and Roy I felt were neck and neck, but when you have two of the judges want the color palette for one - Laura's, then you're going to win.
Overall - nice week, and added bonus all but two were actually beautiful in the literal or interesting sense. I was glad that Glenn took the one newbie to task for making his treebark and coloring create a horror version of Mother Nature and not a beautiful one.