How to Recreate Your Favorite “Josie and The Pussycats” Beauty Looks

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From the music to the outfits, Josie and the Pussycats was a film truly ahead of its time. Years later, and the film's '00s style is coming back around, making it the perfect time to recreate your own rockstar-ready beauty routine. Ahead, check out how you can incorporate some Pussycats-inspired glam for your stage look, or a run to the store.

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Hair was the start of this scene, which featured Josie's seriously flipped out ends, Val's voluminous curls, and Melody's beachy, textured waves.

Get rockstar-ready waves with this hair texturizing spray to add definition and volume no matter your hair type.

Get your own mini flips with this flat iron. To recreate Josie's look, run the iron through your hair, and then flip a section out, with the help of the iron.

Quench your curls, and control their appearance, with the use of this highly-rated coconut curling cream.

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Recreating this look requires donning some leopard print. You could take a cue from the Pussycats and choose a headband, or go for a scrunchie. Just don't forget to add some body glitter.

Use this glitter, which contains star-shaped sparkle, to elevate your rockstar beauty routine.

Sure, you can wear this for Halloween, but there's nothing stopping you from being a Pussycat year-round.

This universally-flattering shade of lip shimmer is perfect for adding a subtle sheen to your smile.

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The signature Pussycat ears return, but this time, the girls paired them with glossy lips, and a lot of attitude.

Swap out your usual cat ears for a chic take on the trend with this bow scrunchie.

This is the perfect shade of pop star pink, and its lip gloss base will give you shine, without the stickiness.

Go with something a little less permanent to prove your dedication to the world of rock and roll.

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Looks featured in this scene were focused on gloss and glow. To really amp up the neutral-hued makeup palette, each girl wore a colorful lip product.

A complete transition to rock and roll isn't complete without a bold red lip, and MAC's Ruby Woo is a fan-favorite.

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Get the glitter and glitz via your choice of nail polish color. This blue, flecked with shimmer, would look great on your guitar-playing fingers.

A multipurpose metallic that can be applied to the eyes, lips, and face, this sheer, blendable product will give you a glow worthy of the stage.

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