Daniel, Gail, and Paulo are the middle of the pack this week; Jaclyn sends them backstage, safe but not Shear Genius. Gail and Paulo lucked out, I think, and Daniel got shafted. Back out front, Glenn's client apparently took well to styling her hair and pledges to maintain Glenn's style at home. Kim calls Meredith's model out for inspection, and it does appear that the shape of the cut is a bit wonky. Jaclyn and Kelly both praise the color (word), but Kelly thinks it's too heavy. Meredith's crazy eyebrows seem to like it. Charlie gets pre-defensive about his decision not to color, and indeed none of the judges think that was the right call. They all say Charlie, having immunity, played this one safe. I was expecting some kind of pissy rebuttal (in an interview, of course) from Charlie, but maybe he's wearing his "not a tedious asshole" face today.
Dee gets praise for her highlighting and the "freshness" of the style.
Kim Nekisa (I swear to you, that typo was completely unintentional) gets dinged for not doing enough to her client's hair. It does look fairly limp and uninspired in this light. Nicole's model boasts of being able to do her hair in eight minutes today, which impresses the judges. They think the style flatters her. Nicole, for her part, doesn't fail to get a couple jabs in at some of her unsuccessful competitors.