Gail, unsurprisingly, is tired of being in the bottom and wants to be in the top. She's going to show them that smooth hair is one of her strong points. Matthew is once again doing cascading curls because it worked for him before. That right there raises a flag. Matt then starts to trash-talk Charlie, calling him a bitch, but it's impossible to tell if he's doing it with a sense of humor or not. If not, then he's officially the least intimidating competitor ever. Nicole leaves one big piece of hair just hanging out, which she knows is a risk. Basically, it looks unfinished at least as of right now. Charlie gets really nasty with Rene and tells him that he can finish if Rene will stop bothering him, so Rene wanders off. We're given a glimpse of Paulo's style, which is a giant mass of curls on either side of her face. Charlie declares it very "hair show" and informs us you don't do hair show hair for the red carpet, unless you're styling Bjork. I'd agree, but also include Cher. Matthew seems to have curls that won't stay curled and right now it looks really lank. Time is called, and we'll see in the show how he fared.
The show this week takes place outside on an actual red carpet. Jaclyn introduces Kim Vo and then celebrity hairstylist Mark Townsend and none other than Sami Brady herself, Alison Sweeney. Daniel might have peed a little again. The models are actually getting out of a limo. Dee's style is a big updo at the crown, big bun, made of curls, seems to be intentionally messy... so in other words, kind of the usual. Matt's hairstyle is actually gone. His model's hair has lost most of the curl -- the part that is up looks shellacked and then the half that's supposed to be cascading down is lank. Meredith created a giant tall hairdo, kind of Dita Von Teese where the top half is pulled up and the bottom half is then curled under. It's dramatic and fun. Daniel's hair is a giant bouffant bordered by a braid -- I know, my descriptions are awesome, right?