Chelsey tells us that her makeover started a lot earlier than everybody else's, because she had an appointment with dentist extraordinaire Dr. Edgardo Falcon, Jr., who widened the gap in her teeth by half a millimeter. I just got flashbacks of how disgusting it was to see Joanie get her veneers, particularly at the point when she had nubs for teeth. Veneers are weird, man. Chelsey also gets ice-blonde hair, and is basically happy to do whatever Tyra tells her. This may or may not be a good idea, as she looks like a snaggletoothed clone in her makeover photo. Next is Sara. She gets five inches cut off her hair, goes chocolate brown, and gets her eyebrows bleached out. Sara conjectures that her son won't even recognize her. Though in fairness, I rarely recognize her from one scene to the next. I think the chocolate brown works for her, though I'm on the fence about the eyebrows. Jay is on the fence about Sara, period, and says that she's not taking on the makeover.
Kendal's sensual and sexual makeover entails a long weave. The weavologist takes out some aggression on Kendal's head, but the results are pretty stunning and so all is forgiven. As Kendal says, "I'm ready to work this weave!" But I'm guessing she's still not ready to work anything that will spew fluids. Miss J. checks in on Terra, who is crying at the prospect of a short cut. Terra says, "If somebody cut all your hair off you wouldn't be sad?" Miss J. says that they'd cut his hair because it was falling out from stress. This doesn't make a ton of sense, but you'll have to trust me that he delivers it with panache. Meanwhile, the stylist offers Kayla a bowl of spaghetti sauce. No wait! That's her hair color! Believe it. Kayla's girlfriend had two stipulations: don't come home with red hair, and don't come home bald. What does girlfriend have against the gingers? Kayla acknowledges that she might be single after this. Indeed, there is some serious Ronald McDonald action happening. Kayla takes it all in stride though. She says she doesn't understand why people cry or get upset, because the makeovers are designed to take them to the next level. The cut is kind of mullet-y and Dorothy Hamill-ish at once, but it's certainly better than that curly poodle monstrosity that she first showed up with. Plus, she works it. All in all it's a win for Kayla.