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America’s Next Top Model: Cycle 16, Episode 3 :: Lori Goldstein

Mar 09, 2011

It’s time for makeovers! The girls on America’s Next Top Model (Cycle 16, Episode 3) put the fate of their hair in the hands of stylists! Episode “Lori Goldstein” aired on March 9, 2011.

America’s Next Top Model: Cycle 16, Episode 3 :: Lori GoldsteinCourtesy of CTV

Makeovers!

Most seasons of ANTM have really dramatic cuts and colors. But not this cycle. The most dramatic makeovers went to Brittani and Molly. Brittani embraced her chin length straight black hair with bangs. But Molly had a little trouble adjusting…and reasonably so. The salon brought in an outside stylist to give Molly an eccentric bleach blonde weave. But she did a poor job and you could still see her real hair underneath. Nightmare!

Posing With Partners

After doing a photo shoot to show off their new do’s, the girls moved onto their challenge. With a clue that talks about photosynthesis, the girls knew that they’d be working with plants. They arrived at a ranch, and were excited to see that they’d be working with famous stylist Lori Goldstein. She dressed the girls in couture gowns, and they posed in groups of two or three. While group shots require that the girls work together to deliver a great photo, they still need to try and outshine their partners.

Elimination

At panel, Tyra and the judges (including guest judge Lori Goldstein), had nice things to say about most of the girls’ photos. The know-it-all of the house, Alexandria, walked away with best photo. But Lorrie did mention to Tyra that Alexandria’s diva attitude on set made her unpleasant to work with (which led to smirks from a few of the girls). Androgynous Sara and freckled Dominique landed in the bottom two. This was the second straight week that Dominique wound up on the chopping block. And as a result, she was chopped!

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