Current crush: The curly wet hair look at Altuzarra SS17

The wet look hair trend isn't just reserved for straight hair, you know!  

If you’ve been keeping up to date with the latest hair trends, then you’ll probably know that the wet hair look has been super popular for a while – and it shows no sign of letting up for spring/summer 2017 either!

Until now, we’ve mainly seen people with straight hair rock this trend, but that’s all about to change – because at the Altuzarra SS17 show, models with curly hair were sent down the runway with gorgeous wet look hair.

See the fabulously slick ‘dos for yourself below.

model on the Altuzarra SS17 runway with dark brunette curly hair worn in a wet look style wearing a khaki outfit
Wet look curls are now acceptable, ladies! Credit: indigitalimages.com

We know that seeing models with sleek, straight ‘dos can become a little tiresome, so you can imagine how pleased we were to see half of the models at Altuzarra SS17 rocking curly or wavy hair. Instead of manipulating their natural locks, the hairstylists at the show worked with their textures to create sultry, wet look styles, which they paired with smouldering smoky eyes.

Some of models wore their curly hair down, yet slicked back at the top and sides, letting the rest of the hair tumble freely down their backs.

We reckon that either a squeezy or spray gel, like the VO5 Mega Hold Gel Spray, was used to help create these wonderfully wet looks for the show.

model on the Altuzarra SS17 runway with dark brunette curly hair worn in a wet look style wearing a frilly dress
Altuzarra SS17: Curly wet hair look. Credit: indigitalimages.com

Other models had their hair tied back, with loose, curly tendrils left free near the front to help frame their faces. Either way, both these hairstyles worked amazingly to complement the curly hair textures of the models – we think we’ve just found our new hair crush!

If you’re looking to get this look, then you’ll need to invest in products like mousses or gels for styling it. Why? Because they help to define curls and the reduce frizz of your unique hair type.