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Hairstyles For Wet Hair

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Hairstyles For Wet Hair

You may wear all of your hair wet-looking – simply sleeked back with a product, imitating the sexy “just from the shower effect” or use some wet accents. It’s, for example, when only the top layer of your hair seems wet. Remember also that wet hair needs a wet-look make up. So, prepare your illuminators, lip gloss and, maybe, glossy eye-shadow?
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Hairstyles For Wet Hair

Today’s hottest wet hairstyles are nothing like the crinkly, crispy, slightly greasy appearance of the infamous ’80s wet look. The modern update doesn’t make you think of bright neon colors, frizzy perms, and acid wash jeans. There’s something sleeker and more sophisticated about the new take on wet hair. Some of these looks might even be enough to make you hang up your straightener right along with your hair dryer.
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Hairstyles For Wet Hair

More than a few wet and wavy hairstyles make use of braids, partly because they create such a gorgeous, curly profusion when your hair dries. Braids are also welcome when you want a bit more complicated look with wet hair. This picture gives us a cool idea to section out some hair along your centre part and braid it toward the forehead, then split the braid and finish the two ends as a sort of chain hair accessory.

Hairstyles For Wet Hair

Hairstyles for wet hair manage to look both effortless and sexy – when they’re done correctly, of course. If your hair has layers, you get even more texture, which helps to keep your wet look from appearing greasy. That’s important for girls with black or brunette hair, especially if it’s thick or coarse.
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Hairstyles For Wet Hair

No Time To Blowdry? You Need These 4 Wet-Hair LooksCat QuinnSee All SlidesBegin SlideshowPhotographed by Christine Hahn.There are mornings when you wake up late and can fix your hair with a blast of dry shampoo or a low ponytail. Easy. Done. But other mornings (you know the ones), you have no choice but to wash your hair — and don’t have time to blowdry or even air-dry it before work.Well, go ahead and hop in the shower, because we’ve got you covered. Hairstylist Matt Fugate showed us how to turn soaking wet, just-turned-off-the-faucet hair into something that’s sleek, sharp, and elegant. You can style each look from home or the gym bathroom — minimal product required — and be out the door in five minutes flat.Click ahead to find four looks that are a far cry from the I-slept-through-my-alarm messy bun. They’re so chic, in fact, your coworkers might wonder where you found the time.Begin Slideshow Go BackHair by Matt Fugate; Makeup by Carrie LaMarca; Artists by Timothy Priano; Styled by Courtney Raniszewksi; Nails by Isadora Ruiz; Modeled by Bree / JAG Models; Photographed by Christine Hahn.
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Braids hairstyles were practically made for wet hair, and this one is especially easy. Braid your hair when it’s wet, twist it around into a bun, and voila! You’ve got a gorgeous hairstyle for the day. At night, pull the pins out of your bun, undo your braid, and you’ve got sexy waves for days.
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Long hair looks so good when it’s wet. If you have black hair, the wet look creates a gorgeous blue sheen. Even if you need to invest in a good weave to get this kind of length, a high ponytail with long, loose curls is always on-trend.
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This is another adorable androgynous look. In fact, this is some straight-up Ruby Rose hair inspo. Short hairstyles for wet hair help to shape the cut, give it new definition, and draw attention to your stunning features. If you’re ready to take a leap of faith and try a pixie cut, check out a photo gallery or two and pay attention to models who share your bone structure and facial shape.
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Again, remember that hairstyles for wet hair don’t have to be complicated. To pull off something this flawless and sleek, it helps if your hair is pin-straight in the first place.
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7. Curly Pixie: If you have shorter, curlier hair like model Eva Pigford, hair gel is your new best friend. A dollop can transform your wet strands into a structured masterpiece. (via Hairstyles Weekly)
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I absolutely love the 1st, 6th & 7th. Usually when I have wet hair I either puy my hair in a basic French or Dutch braid. Sometimes I do them in pigtail braids.Then, when I take my hair down I get this lovely wavy/curly look for the rest of the day.But I definitely plan on trying these new styles soon!
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See All SlidesBegin SlideshowPhotographed by Christine Hahn.There are mornings when you wake up late and can fix your hair with a blast of dry shampoo or a low ponytail. Easy. Done. But other mornings (you know the ones), you have no choice but to wash your hair — and don’t have time to blowdry or even air-dry it before work.Well, go ahead and hop in the shower, because we’ve got you covered. Hairstylist Matt Fugate showed us how to turn soaking wet, just-turned-off-the-faucet hair into something that’s sleek, sharp, and elegant. You can style each look from home or the gym bathroom — minimal product required — and be out the door in five minutes flat.Click ahead to find four looks that are a far cry from the I-slept-through-my-alarm messy bun. They’re so chic, in fact, your coworkers might wonder where you found the time.Begin Slideshow Go BackHair by Matt Fugate; Makeup by Carrie LaMarca; Artists by Timothy Priano; Styled by Courtney Raniszewksi; Nails by Isadora Ruiz; Modeled by Bree / JAG Models; Photographed by Christine Hahn.
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See All SlidesBegin SlideshowPhotographed by Christine Hahn.There are mornings when you wake up late and can fix your hair with a blast of dry shampoo or a low ponytail. Easy. Done. But other mornings (you know the ones), you have no choice but to wash your hair — and don’t have time to blowdry or even air-dry it before work.Well, go ahead and hop in the shower, because we’ve got you covered. Hairstylist Matt Fugate showed us how to turn soaking wet, just-turned-off-the-faucet hair into something that’s sleek, sharp, and elegant. You can style each look from home or the gym bathroom — minimal product required — and be out the door in five minutes flat.Click ahead to find four looks that are a far cry from the I-slept-through-my-alarm messy bun. They’re so chic, in fact, your coworkers might wonder where you found the time.Begin Slideshow Go Back
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See All SlidesBegin SlideshowPhotographed by Christine Hahn.There are mornings when you wake up late and can fix your hair with a blast of dry shampoo or a low ponytail. Easy. Done. But other mornings (you know the ones), you have no choice but to wash your hair — and don’t have time to blowdry or even air-dry it before work.Well, go ahead and hop in the shower, because we’ve got you covered. Hairstylist Matt Fugate showed us how to turn soaking wet, just-turned-off-the-faucet hair into something that’s sleek, sharp, and elegant. You can style each look from home or the gym bathroom — minimal product required — and be out the door in five minutes flat.Click ahead to find four looks that are a far cry from the I-slept-through-my-alarm messy bun. They’re so chic, in fact, your coworkers might wonder where you found the time.Begin Slideshow
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There are mornings when you wake up late and can fix your hair with a blast of dry shampoo or a low ponytail. Easy. Done. But other mornings (you know the ones), you have no choice but to wash your hair — and don’t have time to blowdry or even air-dry it before work.Well, go ahead and hop in the shower, because we’ve got you covered. Hairstylist Matt Fugate showed us how to turn soaking wet, just-turned-off-the-faucet hair into something that’s sleek, sharp, and elegant. You can style each look from home or the gym bathroom — minimal product required — and be out the door in five minutes flat.Click ahead to find four looks that are a far cry from the I-slept-through-my-alarm messy bun. They’re so chic, in fact, your coworkers might wonder where you found the time.Begin Slideshow
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There are mornings when you wake up late and can fix your hair with a blast of dry shampoo or a low ponytail. Easy. Done. But other mornings (you know the ones), you have no choice but to wash your hair — and don’t have time to blowdry or even air-dry it before work.Well, go ahead and hop in the shower, because we’ve got you covered. Hairstylist Matt Fugate showed us how to turn soaking wet, just-turned-off-the-faucet hair into something that’s sleek, sharp, and elegant. You can style each look from home or the gym bathroom — minimal product required — and be out the door in five minutes flat.Click ahead to find four looks that are a far cry from the I-slept-through-my-alarm messy bun. They’re so chic, in fact, your coworkers might wonder where you found the time.

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