Shear Genius

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It's time to review everyone's work and I'm sorry, but before we go on I can't not comment once more on Brig's outfit. She also has a red sash around her waist, and she looks like Minnie Mouse and the genie from Aladdin had a love child who grew up backstage in a Vegas nightclub. Now that that is out of my system, on to her work. She pulled Camila's hair all up on the crown of her head and then pinned it all back in pieces to form a bun, which Camila feels isn't age-appropriate for a mother. Camila loves Janine's hairdo -- down, with one section pulled back over one ear with some netting, but she says that Janine made a mistake drying it too fast and that it will never stay smooth for a whole evening like that. Matthew did the age-appropriate version of Brig's hairdo -- it's a large, smooth bun at the crown of her head, and there's a visible side part. Her only critique is a bump in the hair at the base of her neck. Finally she tells Jon that the French-twist-type style he did was the right shape at the beginning but poorly executed... whatever that might mean. For the billionth time this season, Matthew is pronounced the winner and Brig seethes.

Instead of a tiny apartment segment, we get a tiny gorgeous pool deck segment at the house, obviously while Matthew was taking his turn in the challenge. Jon and Brig wind up playing with yo-yos while Janine reads a book and glares at them. Wow, that was even more pointless than usual this week.

The next day, the stylists file in to the salon for the elimination challenge and are greeted by Camila and Orlando. This challenge is about defining their signature style, and the guest judge for the week is Oribe; when she announces him, the four remaining stylists all nearly fall over with awe and glee. I already love his deep tan and very white teeth. He advises them about finding something they love, and adding that flavor to everything they do. For the challenge they have to create a portfolio of three looks that define their signature style -- two of those looks will be on a model, and the third will be on themselves. To explain why that is important, Orlando tells them that their appearance and persona are all part of their brand. Matthew gets to choose his models first, and picks one brunette and one blonde. The others choose scissor boxes and Brig gets first pick for the second time this house -- one can only hope that's the last of her luck. And by "one" I mean "me". Models chosen, they get two and a half hours.

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