Jennipher sobs that her hair is sort of a security blanket to help "get [her] recognized" and "get [her] somewhere." Wow, she must be a real star at the Pocatello Dairy Queen. That is seriously one hair that I would not want to find at the bottom of my Peanut Buster Parfait. The stylist cuts off a giant hunk of hair and she immediately looks better. ["They showed this clip when Tyra was on Ellen this week. Unfortunately, Tyra followed Aron Ralston, that dude who got trapped in a canyon and cut his own arm off, so Ellen couldn't help observing that, in light of his story, seeing Jennipher crying over losing her hair sort of lost some of its impact." -- Wing Chun] Kelle and Toccara are eagerly awaiting some of the transformations. Toccara notes that the thought of Amanda with blonde hair is a little scary. Sing it, T. Ha! And then there's a shot of Amanda posing seductively in front of the mirror. Asshat. Amanda thinks her new look will be "hot...really really hot," and that her eyes will shine. Nicole says that her new color will make her go "Pow!" Before and after shot of Nicole. Eh. It's a little more "Pew!" right now, but trust me, it'll grow on you.
Jay teaches "Kristi" how to apply Cover Girl cosmetics. She doesn't look much different at all. Toccara's hair is a bit longer, and she really does look great. She says, "You can shave my head off bald, and I'll still walk around here like I'm a goddess." You know, I'm not always a fan of Toccara's shtick, but at times like these I really think she might be able to take this whole thing. If Janice ODs and is unable to cast a vote. Cassie looks mostly the same, but weirder. Norelle is hilarious while getting her hair cut, and even cracks up the stylist. You guys, I can't help it. I love Norelle. Ann says she's excited to go blonde, and is very open-minded. Afterward, she cries. Ha! Jerk. It really did look better darker, though. Cassie finds it funny that people are getting so upset about hair. "It's just hair! Ha ha!" she laughs. Hey Cassie...it's just a calorie! Ha ha! Eva is fine with her cut and color. Jay tells her that she has a little bit of a moustache. Heh.
Ann interviews that Julie is beautiful, but only has one look. Julie notes that they didn't really change her hair, but that in some ways she takes that as a compliment. She says she feels like "This is me and this is how I should be looking." Yaya and Norelle head to their special appointments. Yaya says she's thrilled to have the opportunity to go to a real dermatologist, who prods her pimples and steams her pores. However, the caption identifies her doctor as "Debra Jaliman, M.D. - Dermologist." "Dermologist"? What does it all mean!?! The dermologist gives Yaya a topical product. Jay tells Yaya to use a heavy, silicone-based makeup to cover her flaws, which doesn't sound like it would help the pimple issue, but whatever. Yaya has a cool 'fro. Her before and after reads a little like Alice Walker to Macy Gray.