Allison tells us that she's trying not to think about getting eliminated, but rather to understand how to move and change her face. Sutan blows neon pink powder all over her. It looks a hot mess, like the telltale sign that she just time-traveled to the 80's. She tells Jay that to emote the color she's going to be very girly. This involves half-opening her mouth and trying not to get the pink powder all over her giant front teeth. Good luck with that, Bugs. She literally does not change her expression at all. Jay tells her that she was holding back, and then suddenly she's at her last frame. He interviews that Allison is still so afraid of giving a genuine emotion that he doesn't know if she can move much further in the competition.
Aminat is next with green powder placed more artfully on her face. It's very "Feed me, Seymour!" She appears to do a pretty good job. Tahlia is up next. She interviews that her full-body posing is not the greatest, but she's feeling confident about what she can do with her face. Tahlia's color is purple, which is actually very flattering. However, Jay tells her that she's being blah. He asks her what she's thinking about and she says that she's trying to pretend that the photographer is her boyfriend and look at him seductively. Jay tells her that it's working. He interviews that he doesn't know what pretending the photographer is your boyfriend has to do with the color purple, but you can't bring sexuality and sensuality to every shoot. I think Tahlia is just straight-up horny and doesn't know what else to do with herself.
Teyona is up next with flowers in her hair and yellow powder on her face. She smiles, which, no. Jay tells her that it's looking like an ad for denture cream, which is spot on. He actually grimaces as she smiles again. That girl should keep her lips closed. Jay says that they've finally found Teyona's weakness. Funny! Sad. Fo is next with red powder, and looks fabulous. Jay has nothing bad to say. She snaps and says she'll be fierce with any color. Jay believes it. Next there's London, in blue powder. She looks like she lost a boxing match to a Smurf. Jay likes what she's doing, though, and even proclaims, "Genius!" at the end. We haven't heard much from her lately, have we? Natalie is next, and since she won the challenge has the bonus frames. She's wearing orange powder on her face and looks pretty if dull. Jay tells her that he wants throbbing passion, emphasis on the throbbing. Natalie continues to look pretty if dull. At the end of the shoot, Jay tells her that she needed the extra frames. Her first shot was great, he interviews, but then she became stiff and awkward. It wasn't the same girl who won the week's challenge.