The wet hair look has reoccured far too many times—from last year to now—for us not to call it a trend that will also be a hit for 2018. This spring, we anticipate to see more and more women attempt to try their hand at wet hair looks. But first, allow us to help you create the look you really want instead of a sopping wet mess. Whether you have short hair or long hair, here’s how you can create the runway-inspired wet hair look with gel at home:
Let it Shine: The Best Way To Create Wet Hair Looks
Step 1: Start with clean hair.
To begin creating wet hair looks, it’s crucial you start off on clean hair. Applying products like gel to dirty hair can lead to buildup. Wash hair with Suave Professionals Honey Infusion Strengthening Shampoo, and condition with Suave Professionals Honey Infusion Strengthening Conditioner that’ll gently cleanse, strengthen and leave your hair shiny before styling.
Step 2: Apply gel and sculpt your hair.
After air-drying your hair for a bit, apply a generous amount of Nexxus Exxtra Hold Sculpting Gel onto your hair, then comb through for even distribution. After combing through, use your hands to smooth the base of your hair to hide any visible comb lines and to pull your hair up into a ponytail. On short hair, comb hair back then use your hands to smooth the surface.
Step 3: Add bangs.
If you want to add bangs to your look, pull out a few strands of hair and smooth together to define and create a single clumped bang, then separate.
Step 4: Add shine and complete.
Add a glossy effect to your wet-looking hairstyle with Catwalk by TIGI Camera Ready Shine Spray and you’re done.
Loved this look? Try your hand at more trendy looks from the runway. Here’s how to get soft bohemian hair waves from the Rebecca Minkoff show.