Recreate The Biggest Celebrity Hair Trend From NYFW In 5 Easy Steps
Now that New York Fashion Week has come to an end, one thing is clear: Celebrities have decided that the wet-hair look is going strong. Models on the runway at Tory Burch and Badgley Mischka weren't the only ones sporting slicked-back styles. The likes of Katie Holmes and Gigi Hadid combed their hair into the prettiest wet styles, proving just-went-for-a-swim hair can be easily transitioned into fall.
The slicked-back look isn't exactly new for the celebrity set. The Kardashian family has been wearing faux wet hair for years (remember when Kendall Jenner's sleek hairstyle made headlines following the 2015 Billboard Music Awards?), and models like Bella Hadid and Sofia Richie are no strangers to glossy buns and middle parts. If the front row at NYFW has told us anything, it's that celebrities show no sign of retiring the trend anytime soon. Below, the best celebrity wet-hair styles of the week, as well as the exact products, tricks, and tips you'll need to recreate the look yourself.
Sitting front row at the Tory Burch show, Katie Holmes wore a button-up dress with black and white pumps. Holmes channeled menswear vibes with a loose silhouette, and her slicked-back hair followed suit.
Model Adriana Lima wore an all-white miniskirt and matching jacket to Wednesday's Tom Ford show. She accessorized with a quilted silver handbag and a pair of sparkling hoop earrings, which were accentuated by her slicked-back, half-up hair.
Gigi Hadid arrived to the Messika jewelry launch on Wednesday evening in a diamond-studded, strapless jumpsuit. The model's wet-hair look gave way to her layered necklaces and hoop earrings.
Cardi B's wet hair at the Tom Ford show looked perfectly imperfect against her bold eyeshadow. The look blended seamlessly with her black dress and long, statement earrings.
Get The Look
Ready to experiment with the wet-hair look this weekend? Good news: There are plenty of foolproof products to help even the most amateur hair-doers copy the trend without looking like they've just stood under a raincloud.
Ahead, The Zoe Report's go-to products for styling the wet-hair look with ease.