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How to rock the wet hair look

The wet-look hairstyle is having quite the moment. Lo have donned the smooth, sculpted style. But the celebs who are responsible for turning the look into a full-fledged craze are Kim Kardashian West and the Hadid sisters. With Kim Kardashian and Gigi Hadid rocking wet hair, it has become this season's biggest trend," says hairstylist Alysa Pace.

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Rock the wet hair look, just like Beyoncé

Probably not, but there is something inherently cool in a rock and roll way about wet-looking hairstyles. Look at some of these wet hair looks that will have you rethinking that tub of hair gel.

A "coming in from the rain" look always looks really good in the movies. You can totally rock it out though, with a cute face-framing part like this. Damp hair, sprayed with a prep spray and then molded with some gel creates this fun "waterpark" look.

A textured pull-back 'do looks so rebel chic with the raked texture. This is kind of what you hair looks like when you pull wet hair back into a bun, but to preserve those cool raked lines, again—gel up your hair, running it through with your fingers and then just make a bun in the back. So fast! We hope you've got your finest-toothed comb handy for this cleaner than clean and crisper and crisp chignon. It helps to start with damp hair.

That way, the neat job you did coming all your hair back won't be ruined as you twist the ends around. A reallllllly deep side part is called for with this one—we'll let you decide where you want that to start. Coat your hair with gel and comb over your hair and secure in the back. If you've got a pixie, apply a bit of extra gel on the ends to "seal" them together and then cover your whole head with a strong-hold hairspray. A wet-looking braid is very Blue Crush. Depending on how messy or neat you want it, it's cool either way.

Plus—it's really easy to braid damp hair and have it look neat. To nix the "goopy" feel, just start with damp hair or spritz with a prep spray before braiding.

Afterwards, coat the whole thing in lots of strong-hold hairspray for hold. You can top that with a shine spray for an all-day "wet" look. Wet bangs can be really cool in a near-goth updated Lydia Deets kind of fashion. To avoid the heavy feeling, skip the gel and use mousse instead on wet hair. It'll dry but still appear wet. With damp hair, run a generous portion of flexible holding mousse through your hair, scraping it back, and then just fluff the ends.

The look is meant to be undone, so you can pretty much just spray the front liberally with hairspray and let the back fly free. A rock and roll slick-back requires little more than water, and tons of hairspray. This look probably works best on short hair that's not too thick. Scrap back your damp hair and liberally spray with hairspray to keep it in place.

We're talking the hard-hold helmet head kind—none of that wimpy flexible stuff. This way, your hair will stay in formation, but it'll just appear to BE like that, naturally. Share Facebook Pinterest Twitter Tumblr. What's hot. Next slideshow starts in 10 s 20 Too-Cute Gingham Buys. Tags: runway hair wet hair look wet hair styles. Facebook Pinterest Twitter Tumblr Instagram. Facebook Pinterest Twitter.

9 Hairstyles for Wet Hair That Actually Look Cute

First of all, keep in mind that the sleek wet or wet look hairstyle works with all cuts. For an optimal wet effect, wash your hair with a shampoo and conditioner that will boost your shine. Comb out your locks thoroughly, then dry them. This hairstyle is easier to do with a smooth base, but you can also leave light natural waves in your hair if you prefer. No time to dry your tresses?

Often seen as a wildcard among popular hair trends , wet hairstyles can look sloppy. Fortunately, we've seen enough flawlessly executed wet-hair looks in our day that we've picked up some winning tricks. From Miley Cyrus and Zendaya to the Hadids, celebrities have mastered how to rock the wet-hair look with an effortlessness ease looking polished and refined.

Super wet and super shiny - the Wet Hair Look made its catwalk comeback this season. Whether short and sleek or gelled at the top with natural lengths: The shiny wet hair look is fresh, elegant and sexy — perfect for the hotter months. This straight and shiny hairstyle can be elegant or edgy — ideal for opulent evening events, wild party nights and special occasions. This evening look is pretty foolproof.

Join the movement

Probably not, but there is something inherently cool in a rock and roll way about wet-looking hairstyles. Look at some of these wet hair looks that will have you rethinking that tub of hair gel. A "coming in from the rain" look always looks really good in the movies. You can totally rock it out though, with a cute face-framing part like this. Damp hair, sprayed with a prep spray and then molded with some gel creates this fun "waterpark" look. A textured pull-back 'do looks so rebel chic with the raked texture. This is kind of what you hair looks like when you pull wet hair back into a bun, but to preserve those cool raked lines, again—gel up your hair, running it through with your fingers and then just make a bun in the back.

7 Gorgeous Ways to Style Wet Hair

Hate to break it to you, but heat damage is real. All that hair straightening , blow-drying, and curling is stressing your hair TF out. So, let your hair chill for a sec and try one of these hairstyles for wet hair. You want your hair to be slightly damp for these looks so, either towel-dry your hair or dampen it with a spray bottle.

Wet hair is making a splash. It made a few appearances on the runway this season, including the drenched ends at Altuzarra and the slicked-back hair at Balmain.

Whether it's because you sleep in, go straight from the gym to work, or are long overdue for a new hair dryer, sometimes, you just don't have time for a post-shower blowout. And even though we don't recommend opting for wet hairstyles often—it can be damaging to your strands —we don't want you to look like a hot mess, either. So next time you're shower-fresh and in a hurry, go for one of these styles to look totally put together—even if you're not.

Hairstyle: how to get the sleek wet look in 5 simple steps

Sashaying down the AW19 runways at Haider Ackermann, Burberry and Fashion East and appearing on red carpets everywhere Margot Robbie, Allison Williams and Vanessa Kirby we're looking at you , wet look hair is officially the high fashion 'do to be working on your next night out out. Frankly, if Kaia Gerber's working wet look finger waves, we want to work wet look finger waves. To the untrained eye it might look like you've just stepped out of the shower, but there's actually way more to styling wet look hair than you might think.

Aug 14, pm By Emily Liakakos. Plus it makes you look like you DGAF and just threw on some clothes after you got out of the shower. First, make sure your hair is nice and dry. Great, now that it looks like you just hopped out of the shower, grab pomade NOT gel. The pomade I use is as simple as it gets you can grab it at your local drug store, American Crew Pomade. Once you have your pomade, go through your hair section by section, coating it with pomade from the roots to to the ends.

This Is How to Get the Wet-Look Hairstyle à la Kim and Bella

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How To Rock Wet Hair at the Office Like a Runway Model. No, Seriously. Who knew the wet hair look that swept the spring/summer runways.

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