The ‘just-stepped-out-of-the-ocean’ wet-look is a major trend that keeps coming back for more, especially when the sunny weather arrives. Here, the wet-look is worn with a rebel-inspired twist with hair slicked to the side of the wearer’s face. What do the pros think about this look? Let’s find out.
Here, it’s not the fact that slicked locks look too much, but rather this style simply doesn’t suit the wearer. ‘Her hair is quite fine and the wet-look only serves to highlight this. Any volume or body is lost due to using an overly-greasy product which weighs down hair. Not all wet-look styles need to create this rebel-twist’.
Alter the end result by changing your styling product
. ‘A medium hold gel will keep your style in place and leave you with beautiful shiny locks all day long. Likewise, a serum
or even Shine Spray will give your hair a classic wet-look effect without leaving behind any sticky residue. Your hair will still move freely, but could appear heavy for a daytime look, so why not stick to creating this style for evenings?’
The rebel wet-look pictured will gradually loose its shine and dry out throughout the day. ‘To keep your locks looking wet and shiny for longer, keep a styling product handy. This will allow you to touch up any sections that look dull and lacklustre. Shine Spray is perfect for touch ups on the go!
Start creating your wet-look style with damp hair that isn’t 100% dry. ‘Coat your hair in a layer of whichever product you decide to use, then comb through for an even finish. You can then sculpt your hair into the shape you prefer most. Finally, dry lightly with your hairdryer
and apply Shine Spray for a perfect all-over shine’. Our advice:
Should you try the wet-look? Yes! But not every day. Your hair can become weighed down after using thick products. From time to time, however, this look is an on-trend choice that is simple to create. © Pixelformula © Jean Louis David