Lisa is next up as bamboo, and Jay says that she is giving him the same look every time. The photographer seems to enjoy her, though. Saleisha tells us that she had very strong makeup, with pink all over her face. As a tulip, Saleisha is feeling her new 'do. She says she was looking through magazines and saw a ton of girls with her cut. Jay tells her that she needs more variety, and to be expressive with the eyes. Well, you have to cut her a tiny break; she must be tired out from her morning shift at Edna's Edibles. Sarah is next as ivy. Jay tells her she needs to bring it, and then she starts bringing it. Ambreal is a rose, and Jay loves her gorgeous arched foot. He says he's found her weakness -- her face. Aren't those the words every girl wants to hear? Ambreal's body language is awesome, but she needs to bring it in her face.
Victoria is up next as a cactus. She says she looks like Princess Leia got into a fight with a cactus and lost miserably. It's true that she has spikes coming out of her two asymmetrical side buns. Hee. Side buns. Victoria says emphatically that she just wants to put on sneakers and a t-shirt and go to the library. The Yale library, in case you haven't heard, where the page of the dictionary that contains "smoky eye" has been ripped out. The photographer tells Victoria to relax her mouth. She interviews that being a cactus is ridiculous, and that high-fashion modeling is a ludicrous, strange world. Well, I mean, she has a point. Jay tells us that Victoria is so analytical that she overthought every pose. In comparison, Jenah, as moss, does a great job yet again, because she is unfamiliar with the concept of "thinking." Ebony, a bird of paradise, also does great. The photographer says he's in love with her and assumes that she must be good. Jay, always eager to boost someone's confidence, says that Ebony is the anti-good, so this is amazing.