The girls head back into makeup, and a shaky Hannah tells us that there are so many fabulous girls there. It makes the competition harder, because she's comparing herself to others in a destructive way. Baby-faced Jaclyn calmly tells us that she's allergic to bees. She swells up and then gets big red welts on her arms. She doesn't mention that her throat in particular swells, so maybe the allergy is not that bad. Let's hope that Jay is wielding an Epi-pen just in case. As someone who has a severe food allergy, let me tell you that having your throat swell up is not as glamorous as it sounds. I do know what I would look like with crazy collagen lips, though. Jaclyn contends that she's more nervous about getting a good picture than about dying from a bee sting. Jay tells the girls that they'll have cotton in their ears and noses so the bees don't get all up in there. This means that they will have to breathe through their mouth, which in turn means that someone could become the young lady who swallowed a bee. And from there it's really a downward spiral. Make-up artist Vincent Oquendo gets to do the nose-plugging honors. I bet Sutan is glad that he chose this particular season to appear on Drag Race.
Monique is first in front of the camera, and tells us that having bees crawl all over you is a really creepy feeling. Bees are totally in her tube top and living it up in her cleavage. I don't know how these girls are getting through this, or how no one gets stung throughout this whole shoot. Jay loves Monique's photos. Kasia is next, working her bee covered earrings. The bees are crawling everywhere, including by her eyes. This can't be good. Sara is next, and Jay says he senses that she's not comfortable in her own skin. Given that her skin is covered in bees, I can't really blame her. Nicole is next and says that she thinks the inner critic exercise will help her with her photo shoot. Sadly for Nicole, even the bees really aren't all that interested in her. They want nothing to do with her face or her boobs. Jay tells us that Nicole's performance was lackluster and boring.