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The Final Cut

In the final episode, the three remaining stylists have a one-on-one meeting with Allure Editor-in-Chief Linda Wells as she reviews their portfolio and critiques their performance on the show. During the final elimination challenge, the stylists cut, color, and style four different models ranging in age from 16 to 60. Famed celebrity stylist Sally Hershberger joins as the final guest judge, and one lucky contestant wins $100,000 in seed money courtesy of Nexxus Salon Hair Care, an apprenticeship with Nexxus, and a chance to style hair for an Allure magazine feature.

Seeing Double

The remaining four stylists get a big surprise during the short cut challenge when they find out their client isn't who they think it is -- it's their identical twin! Only three stylists are left after the elimination challenge, where they create avante-garde hair that will be paired with outrageous designer clothes during a photo shoot with a big name celebrity photographer. Allure Editor-in-Chief Linda Wells and world-renowned stylist Josafa Eber (clients include Cher, Farrah Fawcett, and Elizabeth Taylor) serve as guest judges.


The remaining stylists conquer their toughest clients yet -- five year-olds! Putting together an easy to manage back to school style for the kids and balancing the antics of a room full of children proves to be a lot to handle. During the elimination challenge, the stylists get a surprise visit from their loved ones, who are in desperate need of a hair makeover! Hollywood hair guy Dean Banowetz (clients include Ryan Seacrest and Leeza Gibbons) and celebrity stylist David Babaii (clients include Angelina Jolie and Kate Hudson) join as guest judges.

Every Dog Has His Day

The competition gets sticky when the stylists use products found in a kitchen cabinet -- mustard, eggs, oatmeal and peanut butter to name a few -- to style their client's hair. Creativity is key to winning this short cut challenge and also keeping their clients clean and happy. During the elimination challenge, the stylists must cut, color and style a pet owner and their dog. Can they keep the salon in order and their please clients with a room full of barking dogs? Celebrity stylist Robert Hallowell (clients include Lucy Lui and Geena Davis) joins as guest judges.

Hair from Heaven

The competition gets "colorful" when the stylists get creative with hair color, using a bright palette of greens, blues, and purples on their clients during the short cut challenge. Emmy-award nominated actress Kate Jackson joins Jaclyn Smith as guest judge for a mini Charlie's Angels reunion, where the stylists must recreate modern versions of the famous signature Charlie's Angels looks for the elimination challenge. Will they have what it takes to impress the original experts?

It Looks Like a Helmet

Life's a beach! The stylists must create a fun new look for laid-back surfer boys, giving them hair that compliments their lifestyle, both on and off the beach. The competition heats up during the elimination challenge as the stylists must use customized wigs to create a fashionable cut and style for prematurely balding women. Oscar Blandi (clients include Katie Holmes, Salma Hayek and Jessica Biel), one of the most sought-after stylists in the country, joins as guest judge.

Do It Yourself

The competition gets heats up when the stylists play a salon version of musical chairs, working together to communicate their vision for their respective clients to each of the remaining stylists, who all take turns working on every client in the salon. Will they have what it takes to be versatile during this short cut challenge? During the elimination challenge, the stylists must create a chic new look that will be easy for their clients to recreate themselves for the runway the next day. Famed stylist Roy Teeluck (Hilary Clinton is a client) joins as guest judge.

Red Carpet Worthy?

Hair, hair and more hair. The stylists creativity is tested when they find their clients have extremely long hair, some even down to the floor, and they must give them a new look without cutting a single strand of hair. For the elimination challenge, the stylists need to create a glamorous look for clients who will be walking the red carpet at an event. Will they bring out all the stops or create a look that lands them on the "worst-hair list?" Famed stylists Campbell McAuley (clients include Lindsay Lohan and Tori Spelling) and Mark Townsend (clients include Cate Blanchett and Penelope Cruz) join as guest judges along with actress Allison Sweeney, star of NBC's The Biggest Loser.

The Best Oranges in the County

This week, the short cut challenge is just that -- the stylists must create a flirty and sexy look on very short hair, which tests some of their expertise with scissors. During the elimination challenge, they face their toughest clients yet -- the ladies from The Real Housewives of Orange County. The stylists struggle to meet the demands of these California divas while creating a cut and style that will win them over. Shear Genius Season One contestant Tabatha Coffey, star of Bravo's upcoming Tabatha's Salon Takeover, returns as guest judge.

In the Dark

In the premiere episode, the 12 contestants head to Los Angeles where they will compete for $100,000 and a chance to prove they are " Shear Genius." The stylists meet their panel of renowned judges--- celebrity stylist Kim Vo, Allure West Coast editor Kelly Atterton, mentor and well-known stylist Rene Fris, and host Jaclyn Smith. Smith delivers the news that their first challenge will be cutting hair blindfolded, while their elimination challenge will be interpreting the hairstyles of famous cartoon characters. Betty Boop anyone? Hollywood celebrity hairstylist Neeko Abriol (clients include Vanessa Williams, Mary J. Blige, ), joins as guest judge.