OK, so looking good on supermodel!She might not be working in ‘real life’ real life, but this is the most wearable take on the wet-look hair trend that we’ve seen to date.
She wore her blonde locks slicked back from her face at the New York Ballet Fall Gala, and totally rocked the fourth-day-after-washing wet-look trend.
The key to her success? She opted for volume at the roots, fresh glowing skin and a pop of hot red on the lips. This look won’t work on washed-out skin and bare eyes and lips; you’ll just look ill.
The grungy look has been featured on catwalks for several seasons now, with a host of shows championing wet-look tresses for autumn/winter.
How to get it
Achieve a messy texture by using plenty of mousse. Give your locks a rough blow dry. Generously apply argan or olive oil, all the way through. For a smoother look, mix hair gel with oil in equal parts and then layer it all through your mane.
– If your hair is very frizzy, smoothen it before applying product.
– Avoid tying your hair up. It could loosen the hair at the roots. If you must, wear a loose, low-slung pony or bun.
– Shampoo and dry your hair completely before going to bed.