Trend to try: Wet and dry hair
Twice the fun
The fall 2015 runway was full of wearable inspirations and this look was one of them. A mix of wet and dry hair, we saw this look at Zac Posen and Sacai, and it's a great way to sharpen up any hairstyle. But the best part of this wet-dry combo? It's a perfect disguise for second-day hair.
HOW TO STYLE YOUR HAIR
1. This look can be done on clean hair, but is a great style when hair is slightly dirty. Brush hair all the way though to get all the knots out.
2. Decide if you are wearing hair up or down at the back. Take a 50-cent sized dollop of gel in your hands and place it on the very front of the head about three inches from the roots.
3. Using a fine-toothed comb, comb the gel though the front and keep it close to the head.
4. Leave the rest of your hair as it is, but add a bit of texture dust or smoothing serum to tame your hair, before brushing back hair into a sleek ponytail.
L'Oréal Professionnel Tecni.Art Fix Max Shaping Gel, $29.96
The texture of this gel is great for this look — it's not to sticky and stays wet-looking all day. It also gives the hair a great shine and does not go too stiff, so you're able to move your hair and style it in any way possible.
Schwarzkopf Professional Osis+ Dust It Powder
This is my go-to product everyday — for myself and my clients — as it works on all hair lengths and even on guys too. It gives the hair a real boost without weighing hair down, and I love the texture. It's great on layered cuts without making the hair look heavy with product; so it's good for this climate.
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