New York Fashion Week for Autumn/Winter 2022 brings back a hairstyle trend that should please everyone who doesn't feel like fiddling with curling irons, straightening irons, and the like for hours. The style is simple, stands out from the crowd of hair trends, and also looks cool and casual. Well, well, we won't keep you in suspense any longer: the new, old hairstyle trend wet hair is back!
While Caroline Herrera's wet hair looks very elegant to match the presented robes, Altuzarra's look is edgy, Honoré's is cool and Bevza's is glamorous. But see for yourself:
Hairstylist Jimmy Paul styled Carolina Herrera's hair in wet-look braids to draw attention to the large, eye-catching statement earrings, which were combined with flared dresses or elegant overalls. The effect: sometimes romantic, sometimes dramatic.
The wet look that we saw on Honoré is timeless. Lead Hairstylist Nai'vasha: “Since the entire collection is high fashion, this has to be reflected in the hairstyle. I created a sleek look that gives the outfit its grand entrance and doesn't distract too much from the styling.”
The models on the Altuzarra catwalk are intended to remind of sirens. Due to the wet look and the artificially styled strands in the face, the hairstyle appears as if the models came straight from the deep sea. Show lead James Pecis first styles the waves with a curling iron, then sprays them with the Oribe Foundation Mist and then the Oribe Royal Blowout Heat Styling Spray. To create volume and finally pluck the hair into its perfect position, the hair professional finally uses the volume spray Volumista Mist from Oribe.
Since the Bevza collection consists mainly of graphic pieces in black and white, the hairstyling should also be coordinated with it. Lead hairstylist Kien Hoang also uses Oribe products to give the hair a wet look. The focus: the Oribe Gel Sérum, a hybrid of gel and serum that gives the hair a special structure and combines flexibility with maximum hold.