Rebel Wilson’s “Senior Year” Shows Changing Beauty Trends From Y2K to Now
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For some of us, reliving our senior year of high school is the dream, but for Stephanie Conway (played first by Angourie Rice, then Rebel Wilson) in Netflix’s new movie “Senior Year,” it’s a reality — that is, after being in a coma for the last 20 years.
After a horrible cheerleading accident, popular cheer captain Stephanie is forced to miss her prom — and chances at the prom queen crown. It’s not until she wakes up two decades later that she finally gets to have her big night, except going to sleep in 2002 and waking up in 2022 poses some challenges.
“Senior Year” is unique in that we get to see two very popular eras — the early ’00s and the 2020s — intersect. And as you can imagine, that makes for some fun hair, makeup, and fashion moments. It’s as if a “Clueless” teenager suddenly got dropped into the halls of “Euphoria” high.
To learn more about the fun beauty moments in “Senior Year,” including the ’90s pop-star that inspired many of the looks, keep reading.
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