While Chris is getting her hair done, she sees Terra being plainly upset and dissatisfied with her makeover. She wants Terra to hold it together and suck it up, because if she doesn't she could go home. Terra tells us that she got all of her hair cut off, which isn't strictly true. There's a weird long piece in the front. She thinks that it's harder for her to model with such short hair. This makes no sense, but sense was never Terra's strong suit. Terra poses for the photographer, and Jay tells her that she's not letting them believe the makeover. He then notes quietly to Miss J. that you could go to the mall and find a girl who's a better poser. The stupid thing is that Terra's hair actually does look a lot better, and she's very pretty, so if she could get out of her own way a little bit things might look up for her.
Chris is getting a very long curly brown weave that is apparently of the same variety that Beyonce uses. She's happy about this, and happy with her makeover, and wants the other girls to just go home already. Esther tells us that she's a modern orthodox Jew who was raised in a religious community. Being in the competition, she has to make sure she stays true to who she is and what she's done throughout her life. Apparently having someone dye her hair darker and then posing in a bikini bottom is true to who she is. Jane's hair is lightened and she's given extensions. She's happy enough with it. We learn that Jane was recruited to Princeton as a lacrosse player, but she quit to pursue modeling. What this has to do with extensions, I don't know.
Rhianna loves having her hair worked on by four different people at once, and tells us that she got long, gorgeous waves. Indeed, she has mondo extensions. She loves it and thinks it suits her hippie nature, but I'm not so sure about what it's doing to her face. Kacey's hair stays pretty much the same, but the good news is that she got contacts! Finally. Lexie's hair is darker, trimmed, and she has extensions glued in. She seems perfectly content with her makeover, but the sad news is that she couldn't pose her way out of a paper bag.