We cut to Elina next, who is telling Jay that she's afraid to look silly, both in photo shoots and more generally in life. Thus, she's chosen to be as annoying as humanly possible, which is much more appealing. She interviews that she's careful about how she's portrayed and the image she's creating for herself. Yeah, you really want to craft that mom-hating vegan image carefully. But we'll get to that in a little while. Elina says that she's hoping for long black or brown hair. Jay tells Elina that it will be interesting to see what happens when she does finally let go and stop being such a d-bag all the time. He thinks it will only help her work.
We cut over to Samantha, who gets a big old chunk of her hair cut off. The GFW tells us that Samantha looks like a mall chick with plastic earrings, and so the major cut is going to help her look more high fashion. Sam cries, and Sutan asks her if she's afraid that her boyfriend won't like it. He then gives her some excellent advice: "If he doesn't like it, you need a new boyfriend." In the end, Sam loves her cut. It really is a big improvement, and she says she feels like a model. Mousy Hannah is next. To make her less mousy, she gets a chin-length cut and bangs. Now she looks like mousy Shelley Duvall. Awesome. Hannah appears to be quite excited about it, probably because it's an Aryan Nation-approved style.
Then there's Clark. The GFW says that Clark's southern California girl look isn't edgy enough, so she's going to go brown. Clark assures us that she might have brown hair now, but she's still blonde inside. Man, do I wish they would have given her the traumatic buzz cut of the season. The GFW gives Lauren Brie, who according to her also has creepy white eyes, platinum hair. It's not very exciting. Moving on to Sheena, the GFW says that there can only be one Kimora. So Sheena is getting some highlights. Again, it's not much of a change. Then there's Analeigh, who needs a bit more pop. She gets layers and goes blonder. Analeigh says that it's a challenge for her to be confident as a blonde. She's a bit reserved and thinks that the brown hair fit that personality trait more.
And then we go back to Elina. She hopes that her makeover is nothing drastic. Elina must prepare for her hopes to be dashed as Miss J. points out that Tyra has brought in the queen weavologist, Kiyah Wright, to have at her. Miss J. torments Elina further by saying that he's seen what she's going to get, and it is not only drastic but a first in Top Model history! Maybe she'll get a horse hair weave! Or something made from the tails of lab rats. The irony! The irony! As Elina begins to look slightly terrified, we cut to commercials.