Wet hair look without gel
The greatest advantage of this look is that it can be incorporated into any hair type, from messy curls to thinner, slicked-back hair. Creating wetness requires working in a little bit of a product such as mousse or pomade before combing washed hair into place. For an easy wet look, try massaging in some hair gel all the way down to your roots. Finish by using your fingers or a comb to create the shape you want. Keep in mind, though, that some gels can give you a hard, flattened look, which may not be great for fine or short hair. If you have this kind of hair, try using hair mousse instead of gel, which will make your hair sleek while giving it a boost of volume.SEE VIDEO BY TOPIC: The Wet Look NO GEL on Type 4 Hair?... IKYFLLL 😂
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Thread starter Toothpick Start date Sep 14, Toothpick Needs milk and a bidet! I'm looking for a product that will give me the wet hair look but without the stiffness. I put mousse in my hair and it make my hair stiff, not exactly I find that mousse and gel tend to hold the hair in place.
But I want it to look wet and still have some body to it. Or maybe I'm using to much mousse? Any suggestions? August West Moderator Emeritus. DR Harris Hair Tonic with oil. Says they can't ship it to the US cause alcohol. But I bet I can find some already in the states. I'm wondering if the oil would make my hair stiff. Cause that's what I don't want. It says "for a firmer hold" use the one with oil. Firm hold is what I'm trying to avoid. Hair tonic never once crossed my mind. Thanks Tony!
Parjay Moderator Emeritus. I think Pinaud makes some tonics with oil too. They don't make my hair stiff at all. FarmerTan George Bailey Fanboy. As a Cosmetologist, in my professional opinion: the closest thing I've found is wax products applied to moist hair. Too wet and it gets stiff. Or do use mouse, sparingly on wet hair, allow to dry, then run your fingers thru it and wet your hands a little and run them through your hair again. Is the above info clear as mud?
Got it! I'm pretty sure I do have some hair wax. So I'll try that. There's a Sally Beauty Supply in the shopping center where I work. I'm going to pop in there tomorrow and see about some hair tonic. I know they have the Pinaud stuff, but not sure on the tonic. Imagine you just got out of the shower but you don't dry your hair, you just comb it.
And it just falls wherever you comb it from the weight of the water. That's the look I want. It's still pliable. Toothpick said:. You could go full dad-mode and get some Vitalis. Have you ever tried Wildroot? FarmerTan said:. Parjay said:. August West said:. If you want the wet look, then you need Royal Crown pomade.
It's what Elvis Presley used. Just put in four finger fulls in your hair and you'll have the wet hair look. Sorry, I'm kinda out of the hairstyling loop since I became a full time nurse and a part time hair cutter, lol. David said:. View attachment If you want the wet look, then you need Royal Crown pomade. View attachment Doesn't pomade make your hair stiff? Like gel? Check out this Amazon review of Murray's Pomade That's hilarious! Maybe I should put some in my bug out bag. You must log in or register to reply here.
Is there a product that gives the wet hair look without the stiffness of gel/mousse?
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.
Both men and women are after getting a wet hair look without damaging their hair too much. Be it a stylish undercut, a comb over, a wet beach look or just a spontaneous wet hairstyle, you want the beauty to last all day long without fail. The worst thing that can happen is half of your hairstyle starting to look dry and messy while the other one stays wet and beautiful. There is a good variety of ways to help your hair stay on top of its game when wet.
Ace the wet hair look sans greasy hair gels
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. Finish up by styling it to your preference. Spritz your hair all over with sea salt spray to create waves, and add a frizz control product if your hair tends to have flyaways. If your hair is very straight, apply a generous amount of styling wax through your roots, and finish off the ends with gel. You can also comb pomade through your hair to create a wet look. Did this summary help you? Yes No.
4 Ways to Get Wet Hair Look That Last All Day Long
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This Is How to Get the Wet-Look Hairstyle à la Kim and Bella