Hair Trend: Wet N’ Wild
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Last year, fashion and beauty experts reported that the "wet hair" trend would be one of the biggest hair trends to surge in the spring of 2015. While it may seem like a little too “streetstyle” for some, you can still add a hint of glamour to the wet hair look with Hollywood references such as Kendall Jenner, Marion Marion Cotillard and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. If you’re feeling fancy and gutsy at the same time, pull off this edgy and seemingly disheveled look by following the three basic steps below:
Prepare your hair for the “wet look” effect you’re about to make. When washing, use a shampoo and moisturizing conditioner to protect your hair from damage. After rinsing your hair well, use a towell to pat it dry. Naturally, your hair will turn out damp. In this case, you can use this Redken All Soft Supple Touch to leave your hair detangled, soft and manageable.
You can choose to gather your hair and make a ponytail, or leave it as it is. When worn as a ponytail, you can already spray on this Tigi Bed Head Headrush Shine Spray a good sheer shine coverage for your wet hair look. You might need to scrunch it all over your hair for the shine to sink in deeply. Eventually, this will give your hair a sleek and beautiful wetness you desire.
The last step is to use a wide-toothed comb or your fingers so that you can pull your hair down properly from the ponytail. Brush your hair upwards, or in any direction you want. Do this until you are satisfied with the style. Make sure you spray on GHD’s Straight & Smooth Spray for thick or coarse hair that will help banish unwanted frizz without the need to flatten your hairstyle. Apply at least 4-6 sprays to damp hair for an over-all hold.
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Written by Elonah Jade BionedaSubscribe to UpdatesRelated Articles