Spring 2017 Beauty Trend Report: How to Master the Wet Hair Look

When it came to hair this season, the wetter, the better. At Altuzarra models were described as “sexy mermaids,” while at Givenchy, Guido Palau went for a futuristic swimming pool look. Achieved using a not-so-effortless-for-an-effortless-look concoction of sprays, oils, creams and gels, slicked hair appeared in many iterations, from totally drenched to slightly sweaty.

At Thakoon, Odile Gilbert slathered hair in cream and then twisted it up into a tight bun, leaving out one face-framing strand for a touch of imperfection. This is beach hair, after all. At Versus Versace, hair was meant to look worn in and a bit sweaty. It was tucked behind ears and into models’ chokers for a look that was half-sporty and half-sultry.

The message was loud and clear: toss your hairdryer and make room for as many hair oils and gels as you can stuff under your bathroom sink.

Jump to: | Glitter | Structured Hair vs. Natural Hair | Braids | Smudged Eyes | Wet Hair | ’80s | Rainbow | Glossy Skin | Romance | Blush |

Givenchy spring 2017 Photography by imaxtree
A.V.ROBERTSON spring 2017 Photography by imaxtree
Altuzarra spring 2017 Photography by imaxtree
Balmain spring 2017 Photography by imaxtree
Daizy Shely spring 2017 Photography by imaxtree
Hood by Air spring 2017 Photography by imaxtree
Les Copains spring 2017 Photography by imaxtree
Piccione.Piccione spring 2017 Photography by imaxtree
Simonetta Ravizza spring 2017 Photography by imaxtree
Sally Lapointe spring 2017 Photography by imaxtree
Versus Versace spring 2017 Photography by imaxtree

Save

Save

Save

Save