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.
- Prep damp hair with Hair Oil then blow-dry with a hair dryer and ceramic brush to curl ends out
- 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
- Use Finishing Creme to tame flyaways at the crown
Shop the silky bob below