Just a year before we entered the beloved 00’s, a little gem of a film called She’s All That came out. Surprised we were when the jock, played by Freddie Prinze Jr., agreed to a bet that he could turn the school’s low-key loser, Laney Boggs (Rachael Leigh Cook) into prom queen. But what was even more shocking is when Boggs sauntered down her staircase in a little red Reformation-like dress sans her bulky threads and glasses. Ready for date night with Prinze Charming, she traded in her long, messy mane for a shorn, silken bob with the ends flipped out. Follow the three steps ahead to snag the nerd-turned-babe bob Boggs made popular.  

  1. Prep damp hair with Hair Oil then blow-dry with a hair dryer and ceramic brush to curl ends out
  2. Create a clean center part, spray with Soft Hair Spray then use your flat iron thin sections, spraying each section with Memory Mist and curling the ends out as you go
  3. Use Finishing Creme to tame flyaways at the crown

Shop the silky bob below 

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