With the commercial under her belt, Krista heads to the print ad shoot. She's wearing a backless gown, and we can see a butterfly tattoo between her shoulder blades. Krista says that Raina's face is undeniable, and so what she has to do is come across a lot stronger and show versatility. This is important, since Raina can only do that "Cortizone" look. I know she means "courtesan," but I like the idea of Raina's face serving as an anti-inflammatory. Photographer Tony tells us that Krista has an amazing smile, which makes her whole face come to life. However, given her very strong look, she can come off a bit cold when not smiling. He thinks that she struggled to find a middle ground. That middle ground? Smizing. Damn Tyra for spouting nonsense that occasionally turns out to be right!
Raina gets ready for her commercial shoot, and tells us that she has her lines absolutely memorized. She thinks she'll do well, since she has a very Cover Girl personality. Raina begins, and for some reason has one very wonky eye. Maybe someone accidentally stabbed it with the smoky eye pencil? Raina tries to do a quick, flirty side glance, but ends up forgetting her lines right after. Not a coincidence! Jay tells her not to choreograph herself. But Raina can't stop! She has side glancing, head nodding choreography prepared and she intends to use it. Raina interviews that she was lacking her usual spark, which is probably because she was so intent on memorizing her lines and proving that she didn't need cue cards. She needs to relax a bit and shake it out. She definitely knows her lines, but her performance is a bit lackluster and lacks believability. Jonathan tells her that she's gotten the delivery of the words, but needs to model at the same time. And seriously, what's up with that eye? Jay says that Raina knew all her lines, but is unable to deliver a line and model at the same time. In a beauty commercial, it's clearly important to deliver the line and model through.
With the Cover girl shoots over, the girls head back to their regular awesome home. There is Tyra Mail: "Today you did your Cover Girl. Tomorrow you're doing your cover, girls." The girls figure that they'll be doing their Seventeen covers. Krista tells us that her commercial was okay, but her picture needs to be exceptional so she stands out. Raina says this: "Krista's older, I'm younger. Krista is very high fashion, and I'm a little more young and fresh." In other words, Krista's an old bag. Because of this fact, Raina thinks she might have a bit of an advantage at the Seventeen photo shoot.