Jennifer Garner Wore Hot Rollers and Red Lipstick in Public, Like a Goddamn Hero

We've been obsessed with Jennifer Garner's Instagram since she joined. With her sweet cooking videos copying Ina Garten, hilarious photo captions, and even a few memes, Garner's page has proven a delightful place to be. And that's especially true thanks to her latest hair experiment, inspired by friend Reese Witherspoon.

The actor and mother of three's new Instagram video was done in support of Witherspoon, whose book Whiskey in a Teacup: What Growing Up in the South Taught Me About Life, Love, and Baking Biscuits officially came out on Tuesday. According to Garner, the book is full of great recipes, insights, life lessons, and even some useful beauty and hair tips. Garner decided to try out the latter for a truly silly Instagram video that we can't stop watching. It's just too good.

"My friend @reesewitherspoon has written a book full of so muchโ€” great food and recipes, insights, family, life lessons. Itโ€™s so so fun, check it out! Oh, and her hot roller tips are ๐ŸŒŸ ๐ŸŒŸ๐ŸŒŸ," she captioned the video, followed by the hashtags "#WhiskeyInATeacup #availabletomorrow! #improudofyoulady #belikereese."

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In the video, Garner tries to #belikereese by putting hot rollers in her hair, donning a red lip, and wearing the whole look in the car to pick up her kids from school. The Peppermint star wore the kooky hairdo all the way to her destination โ€” even encountering someone along the way โ€” perhaps a fan or another mom โ€” to whom she awkwardly waved goodbye.

Once at pick-up, she removed the rollers and generously spritzed her entire head with hairspray. "Do I look Southern?" she asked the camera. "Boy, are my kids gonna be surprised. Thanks, Reese," she says, panning to the car seat next to her with her friend's new book, followed by all the hot rollers. What a fabulous way to support a friend!

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