|Not to be confused with Chapter 4 of Boys Over Flowers Season 2.|
Tsukushi Makino finds herself in the middle of a makeover at his home salon, after being kidnapped by Tsukasa Domyoji. Afterwards, he informs Tsukushi that he will allow her to hang around him. Much to his surprise, Tsukushi refuses.
Tsukasa Domyoji kidnaps Tsukushi Makino, however she puts up a fight and his men silence her with chloroform. Tsukushi's last thoughts are of Rui Hanazawa's violin playing, before falling asleep. She wakes up sometime later and finds a group of ladies massaging her. Tsukushi attempts to fight them, but fails and allows them to continue. A stylist arrives, and does her hair, make-up and clothes.
In her ecstasy about the makeover, Tsukushi forgets where she is at, until Tsukasa walks in. He shows her a portrait of his beautiful older sister, and tells her "that even an ordinary girl like you will shine when polished." Tsukasa goes on to say that he will allow her to be around him, which she takes as an insult. Tsukushi informs him that "she is not for sale" and storms out.
Outside, Tsukushi looks up at Tsukasa's house and wonders if there "is nothing money can't buy." Rui happens by on his way home, surprising Tsukushi. Before he can leave, she poses the question she was contemplating, though she attempts to backtrack. He answers "air" and gives her a dazzling smile. She realizes that a smile is also something money cannot buy.
- Chieko Makino (Mentioned only)
- Haruo Makino (Mentioned only)
- Rui Hanazawa
- Tsubaki Domyoji (Appears in photograph(s))
- Tsukasa Domyoji
- Tsukushi Makino
- In the Viz edition, Tsukasa confuses "composite", meaning made up of separate parts, with "opposite".