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Last Updated: September 24, References. This article was co-authored by Ashley Adams. There are 10 references cited in this article, which can be found at the bottom of the. This article has been viewed 65, times. If you want to capture the "wet" look you've been seeing on celebrities, never fear; it's not very difficult to recreate. It only takes a little bit of prep, and then you'll need to add some kind of product to create the "wet" part of the look.
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This is how to get the wet-look hairstyle à la kim and bella
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The wet-look hairstyle is having quite the moment. Lo have donned the smooth, sculpted style. But the celebs who are responsible for turning the look into a full-fledged craze are Kim Kardashian West and the Hadid sisters. With Kim Kardashian and Gigi Hadid rocking wet hair, it has become this season's biggest trend," says hairstylist Alysa Pace.
Meet the Expert. Alysa Pace is an L. We're definitely not immune to it; ever since we caught our first glance of Bella Hadid's slicked-back ponytail, we've been in love.
But there's a catch: Just like any trendy hairstyle, it can be hard to know where to begin. Our first question is what are these celebs using to keep their hair so shiny? Could it be gel?
That's why we reached out to the experts so they could teach us how to successfully replicate the look, step by step. This might sound complicated to achieve, but it's deceptively simple.
Wet look hair - how to get the slicked back hair look right
First, towel-dry your hair. Just because it's a wet look doesn't mean your hair should actually be wet. Next comes the product. However, the combo of the two works really well.
Start with a dime-size amount for fine hair and a quarter-size amount for thick hair. Your hair should be coated but not to the point your hair sticks together too much," he says. He calls it "a truly modern incarnation of hair gel. With vitamin B5 and oat proteins, it's non-sticky, flake-free, has a strong hold, and is great for sleeking and sculpting with shine.
It's the perfect product for the wet look. After the gel is in, he combs the hair with a wide-tooth comb, spritzes his brand's oil spray from mid-length to end, and blows it dry. Once dry, gently tousle the ends through the back with fingers so that the sleek portion on top and the lengths blend together.
Pace says this look is all about working with, not against, your natural texture. Apply a dime-size amount to hairline through ends. As for how you finish it off, Arrojo says you have a couple of options.
This will give the style more of a carefree Bohemian vibe. Next up, check out this guide for thicker, healthier strands. Thank you  for ing up.
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How to get the super simple wet hair look that celebrities are rocking
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Reviewed by Sky Kim. Reviewed by Sky Kim on Feb 23, Sky Kim is a hairstylist with over a decade of experience. Meet the Expert Alysa Pace is an L. Related Stories.