Prom beauty look: Mean Girls
From Janis Ian’s purple tuxedo to Regina George’s flower-covered neck brace, the Mean Girls prom scene was packed with many unforgettable looks. However, we have to hand it to Cady Heron. Her glossy red locks, subtle makeup (straight from mathletes, obvi) and sparkly tiara stole the show.
Prom beauty look: Never Been Kissed
The popular girls from South Glen South High School (does one look familiar? It’s Jessica Alba) attended prom dressed as Barbies, with glowing tans, white blonde hair and frosted pink lips. Perhaps better for Halloween, but still so much fun.
Prom beauty look: Pretty in Pink
While we love that Molly Ringwald’s character Andie made her prom dress, we’re even more obsessed with her oh so ‘80s beauty look: Molly’s signature feathered red hair, pastel pink blush and berry lips.
Prom beauty look: 10 Things I Hate About You
Kat Stratford (Julia Stiles) always played it cool, staying consistent to her laidback ‘90s aesthetic even on THE BIGGEST NIGHT OF THE SCHOOL YEAR.
Prom beauty look: Twilight
Even before she became a vampire, Bella played up her porcelain skin with a little blush, nude lips and glossy chestnut curls.
Prom beauty look: Grease
Girl next door Sandy kept it natural at the Rydell high school dance, with bronzed skin, peachy cheeks, and bouncy bangs.
Prom beauty look: She’s All That
To the sounds of Sixpence None the Richer’s “Kiss Me” Laney Boggs (Rachael Leigh Cook) made her entrance – and left Zack smitten – in a twisted updo, classic black eyeliner, and well-defined brows. Later, they shared their first kiss.
Prom beauty look: Romy and Michelle’s High School Reunion
Alleged Post-It inventors Romy and Michelle (Mira Sorvino and Lisa Kudrow) arrived at their high-school reunion ready to party with glossy pink lips, smoky eyes and chiseled cheeks. Was contouring a thing in the ‘90s?