It's makeover week on "America's Next Top Model," and Tyra Banks did not go easy on the 14 remaining contestants.
Judges Drew Elliott and Law Roach accompanied the models to Andy Lecompte Salon in West Hollywood, where they were stripped of their tresses and given new cuts, new colors and new looks to own.
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Sandra was given a blunt, long bob. Ivana got her afro tightened. Christina was given highlighter green hair since she "had such a colorful exchange with Law during casting week." Khrystyana went platinum. Liz got bubblegum pink. Erin got long, wavy locks. Rhiyan was given a weave right down to the floor. Kyla was given long, brunette tracks. Rio got a platinum buzz. Liberty got red since she "voted red." Coura got to stay with "the Coura" since Tyra already loved her look. Brendi K got a buzz cut. And Jeana -- who suffers from alopecia areata, an autoimmune disease that causes one's body to attack their hair follicles -- had to say goodbye to her wig.
"Knowing that the wig is gonna come off -- it brings me back to stuff that happened at school, how mean people were, pulling my hair off on the bus, saying that I have cancer, that something's wrong with me -- you just start to remember everything that people said," Jeana said during her confessional.
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Drew and Law held Jeana's hand while she cried as her wig was taken off.
"You take your tragedy and you turn it into your platform," Law said to Jeana. "You are so brave. This world is gonna look at you and say, 'If she can do it, I can do it.' You just don't understand for me how courageous, how powerful, what you're doing is."
But Jeana wasn't the only model in tears.
Shanice was supposed to get big "Serena Williams hair," but due to a bad case of psoriasis, Tyra opted to keep her hair as is -- and Shanice was devastated.
Here are all the models AFTER their transformations:
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After the models were given the opportunity to shoot with Director X for a high-fashion video that showcased their individual transformations, they met Mama Tyra for panel.
"Jeana, you inspired the two judges that were at the transformation, and they are ready to bear themselves to the world right now," Tyra told the contestants before introducing a wig-less Law and a makeup-less Drew.
"I was almost 100 lbs. heavier than I am now, and I used clothes and hair to fight against the weight," Law said. "And I just got tired of it, so I shed the weight, but I was still holding onto things to disguise some of the insecurities that I had."
Then Drew came out.
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"I have vitiligo, and so I have spots on my eyes, on my mouth, on my hands," he said, to many people's surprise. "I always cover it up, but today, I show it. It's for all of those people that have insecurities. I've worn mine on my face every day."
Later on during judging, Ashley Graham got emotional talking to Ivana about her insecurities.
"Growing up, my father's nickname for me was 'Duh' because I was dyslexic, because I had ADD," Ashley said. "I'm not gonna cry right now with you because I'm better than that. So take it in. We don't need our parents' critiques. It's over."
In the end, though, Ivana ended up getting the boot.
"America's Next Top Model" airs Tuesdays at 5 p.m. on VH1.