I felt that what I did was very daring.
I was really not willing to help her at that time. When Minista asked if I would assist her, I immediately told her, no. Hell, I barely had enough time to finish my seesaw the previous week, so I was really not willing to help her at that time.
For the Glam Slam challenge, I had no idea on what I was going to do but I decided to make a fashionista-type vampire. I felt that what I did was very daring, and I pulled it off quite well. Creating two sides sort of got me confused. I was thinking that the two looks had to be completely different from each other, so that’s why I created the bat ears in the front, which was dark and daring, and a coiled look in the back to represent a more daylight, peaceful side of a vampire.
When we went to the Halloween store, I picked up a cape, wig, teeth, and chains.
Going against Tsunami, I really didn’t feel any type of emotions. I just wanted to focus on my look and accomplish what I set my mind to do.
Getting eliminated was so unfair to me because I never had been in the bottom, and I felt my work was way better than hair being wrapped around some wire and pasting a fake vampire on a model’s neck.
See what the contestants have to say while waiting for the judges to deliberate, here.