Wet Hair Trend Tips For Spring/Summer 2012
Wet hair effect has been all over the runway during Spring/Summer 2012 shows. It is quite easily achieved and can be worn through the day and night. The wet hairstyles can be worn in different variants while the makeup will glam up the wet hair look.
Wet hair look is quite easy to achieve. The wet hair effect products or simply a heavy gel can give you that sleek or messy look. The designers have shown many options of wearing wet hair trend from buns decorated with pearls at Chanel to sleek roots vs. tousled ends at Alberta Ferretti and several other designer Spring/Summer 2012 shows.
Heidi Klum and Megan Fox have been seen rocking wet hair look earlier.
Left: Chanel, Right: Yves St Laurent
How to Wear
Side-parted or middle-parted, short, medium, long, sleek or tousled/wavy/straight/curly, teased, in a bun or in a ponytail. There are no limits. The buns can be decorated with hair pins while the wet tousled hair can be worn with a headpiece. Sleeking back the teased hair will give you that glamorous but updated look.
To pull off a perfectly sleek ponytail with wet hair effect make sure not a single hair is stray. To achieve the sleeked roots effect make sure to distribute the styling product evenly at the roots and comb it till its sleek and polished.
Lykke Li has sported a runway sleeked roots-loose ends hairstyle at 2012 Grammys.
To complete the wet hair look emphasize the eyes with subtle eye makeup during the day and go bolder for the evening. It’s also possible to emphasize the lips leaving the eyes tame.
Left: BCBG Max Azria, Right: Diesel
So, what do you think about the Spring/Summer 2012 wet hair trend?
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