Tyra enters the house the next morning. There is screaming. Tyra's face is screened onto a giant set of windows, like the big head from The Wizard Of Oz. You'd need a three-story house to adequately represent her forehead, however. Tyra congratulates the girls and tells them that each has a "unique beauty." I'll say. She does a Q&A with the girls. They ask about making facial expressions in the mirror and how to handle themselves in press conferences, and Tyra is silly and shakes her butt some more. Then out of nowhere, Furonda asks if Tyra has any tips for the girls who are going to be eliminated. Tyra is insta-pissed and says she doesn't give that kind of advice. Leslie interviews that Furonda is kind of the bad-ass of the house. And, because it can't be said enough, hideous. Furonda interviews that she's going to be the winner. She tells Tyra that girls have asked her that question, so she wants her to answer it for them. Tyra's all, "Shut up, beeyotch, or I'll swallow you whole like so many boneless ribs." Danielle interviews that no one asked Furonda anything, and that she's full of shit, and that Tyra could tell that she was full of shit. It's true.
Back at the house, there is Tyra Mail: "Let's cut to the chase." The girls puzzle it out and decide that it's makeover time. They arrive at the Warren Tricomi salon, where Jay Manuel greets them and says they're there for makeovers. He introduces a special guest, model Eve Salvail, who got her start with Jean-Paul Gaultier. We see photos of bald Eve. Foreshadowing! She actually looks better bald than with hair. She talks about how shaving her head gave her her big break. Jay tells the girls that there is a reason that Eve is there today. They're going bald. Cue chords of doom as we head to commercials.
When we return, Jay continues trying to fake out the girls, who appear quite concerned. But then Jay breaks the news that they'll be wearing bald caps. Eve smiles and claps, because, much like the irrepressible George Clooney, she loves a good practical joke. The girls head back to the studio, which is filled with bald mannequin heads. Eve says that posing with no hair may seem easy, but that it's not, because your emotions show through much more. The girls get bald caps put on and painted over with makeup. It does look pretty realistic. They are then decorated with Swarovski crystals. Kathy says that she likes her look, but that it's kind of freaky. She then says she looks like a penis with ears. When she poses, however, she looks like an ass with ears. It is not good. Jay asks for warmth, and then tells Kathy she looks like she just farted. Maybe that's how she interprets warmth. Jay, as usual, doesn't really give much helpful direction.