Wet Hair is the latest trend! and most celebrities have tried to work it in the recent past. Some are really masterng it so it looks faboulous and noteworthy. On top of the list is Chloë Grace Moretz, who took to the trend to a whole new level, wearing her short hair brushed back with some circle frames, a denim jacket and black denim shorts. You can check her instagram for proof that she is really slaying the look.
Looking at the past Beyoncé's soaking wet hair at her 2014 Grammy's performance made headlines. It was meant to mimic the vibe of her "Drunk In Love" music video, which was shot on the beach
Vougue India reports the tips given by celebrity make-up artist and hairstylist Shaan Muttathil on how to work the wet hair look
- This look is perfect for when you’re dealing with oily hair or just need a quick 10-minute look. You don’t need to worry about the dirt in your hair or the volume.
- You’ve to be very careful with this look when it comes to your face structure. If you have a very chubby or round face, go for a side part and pin only one side at the back as it softens the face, let the rest of your hair fall lose on the other side. For people with sharper faces, if you’re looking for a full-blown wet hair look, you can try a ponytail or a half ponytail like Ariana Grande (where half is a pony and the front is gelled).
- You can use a shine spray to make your hair look wet or you can even mix a little bit of hair gel with water.
- Create your hairstyle (whether you choose a ponytail or a bun) and then finish it off with the ‘wet’ product. Just take a small amount in your hands and apply it on your hair moving backwards. Leave it on for about five minutes to set—your hair won’t require any extra hold spray to keep it in place.
- If you’re working with curly hair and want to leave it open and look wet, add some mousse to your hair so the curls stand out.
- Wet and long open hair, while great looking on the red carpet or ramp, can go haywire in real life. It’s always safe to wear it tied up.
Seemingly this hair trend is not high maintenance.
Not to forget that Kendall Jenner and Rosie Huntington-Whitley give a this slicked-back look the supermodel treatment by wearing it right and the runaway was crowded with wetlook with Backstage at the Altuzarra, Jason Wu, and Thakoon spring 2017 shows, hairstylists drenched models' hair with product to mimic the slick shine of wet hair.