It was makeover week in which the girls trade in their old drab selves for something slightly less drab, usually in the form of a new hair color and cut. Selisha, who had beautiful long hair, got a blunt Cleopatra meets Dorothy Hamil hair cut, which was, in my humble opinion, a real dog of a hair cut. Bianca, with the hoochie red and black hair, was supposed to get a blond weave. However as they started combing out her hair, it started breaking off in chunks. The stylists basically scrapped the plan and cut all her hair off. Wa la! She went from hoochie girl to fabulous with just a clipper and a bucket of tears. Sarah (fattie) went from long brown hair to short sassy blond. (More on her later.) Heather (autistic girl) hardly needed a makeover at all. They only trimmed off a couple inches and added highlights. Most of the makeovers looked great. Only one ended up looking like a bucktooth Daisy Mae. I don't know how it happened, but it did.
Sarah (fattie) started out the night on a high note, by winning the Cover Girl makeup challenge. Go fattie! Next the girls were out on their photo shoot, in which they had to become a plant- most girls got flowers, but Heather (autistic girl) was the weed. Uh, did she nail it? Oh yeah. See for yourself.
Overall, Heather (autistic girl) came in 3rd in the judging. Tyra was all crusty nasty and critical with the other girls, but she loves Heather (autistic girl). Okay, so here is where it gets good. Sarah (fattie), who I've always said wasn't fat enough to be a fattie but is compared to the other porcelain worshippers, was critiqued rather harshly by the judges for doing what? LOSING WEIGHT! Yes, Sarah (fattie) has lost weight and the judges don't think it has done her any favors. All fatties cheer!! I think she's lost some of her thigh fat and maybe some back fat. So she really is just blending in. No fun. Have a sandwich, Sarah (fattie).
So, all in all, another great week drinking from the shallow pond at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesdays. And I'll say it again. I love Heather (autistic girl). Go autistic girl go!