If you're feeling really daring, you can start with L'Oreal Feria Power Reds Hair Color ($10) in Blowout Burgundy. The permanent shade will leave you a redhead for good, so try Manic Panic's Semi-Permanent Hair Color ($12) in Vampire Red if you can't commit to more than four to six weeks. Though it looked like Chase rolled out of bed sporting that sharp long bob, we have a hunch she was using a flat iron before heading to Liberty High School. Luckily, technology's come a long way since the early '90s, so protect your newly dyed locks with T3's Single Pass Compact Iron ($79)--it just happens to be Guido's favorite, too. Muss up the ends with Bumble and bumble's Texture Hair (un)dressing Crème ($26) for that I-don't-care-about-anything finish.
Danes' milky white complexion lent innocence to her sometimes-melodramatic character. Mask any imperfections your skin might have with Make Up For Ever's HD Invisible Cover Concealer ($29) in Porcelain and then use Bare Minerals' READY Foundation ($29) in Fair. If the high school student carried one cosmetic in her backpack it would have been Clinique's Lipstick ($15) in Black Honey. For extra drama, try Lipstick Queen's Saint 10 Percent Pigment ($20) in Saint Berry.
Black eye makeup can look too harsh against such pale skin, so stick with a brown liner, like Tarte's EmphasEYES High Definition Eye Pencil ($18) in Brown and CoverGirl's LashBlast Length Mascara ($8) in Brown. Avoid using a highlighter--Chase would rather go on a date with Brian Krakow than sparkle. To top it all off, paint just one coat of Essie Nail Polish ($8) in Devil's Advocate and skip the top coat so it chips faster. Now go find yourself a flannel-wearing boyfriend to kiss under the bleachers.