Alaska, Willam And Courtney Act Beat Each Other’s Faces In Hilarious Makeover

"It's like a makeup circle jerk."

The American Apparel Ad girls, made up of Alaska, Willam and Courtney Act, each have their own unique look, but the girls decided to flip the script and paint one another’s faces to match their own individual drag styles.

After a lot of time spent reading each other as only good friends can truly do, the queens get down to business.

Courtney was the first one up, and had Willam beat her mug in her own legendary likeness.

Courtney was then responsible for painting Alaska, which had our reigning All Star feeling a little nervous.

“I have faith in you as a makeup artist, but you also have a tiny, little bird head that is just a beautiful woman’s little face,” Alaska said.

Finally, Alaska was in charge of painting Willam, who liked the final look so much she ended up wearing it on the red carpet at the Hollywood premiere of Hurricane Bianca later that evening.

We won’t spoil the surprise by revealing their looks here, but check out the series of videos to catch the girls kiki while they create works of art on each other’s faces.

Watch Alaska and the other All Stars at the RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars reunion special, October 27 at 8/7c on Logo.

Adam Salandra is a writer, performer and host in Los Angeles. When he's not covering the latest in pop culture, you can find him playing with his French Bulldog puppy or hovering over the table of food at any social gathering.