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Tips and Tricks | Cosmetology School, Lawrence, KSGlam Ways to Style Wet Hair

We’re not going to lie. At the Z Hair Academy cosmetology school in Lawrence, Kansas, we are still feeling totally inspired by Kansas City (KC) Fashion Week. One of the virtual runway shows that was filmed at the end of September 2020 featured Jaxson Wyatt designs paired with eye-catching wet hair looks by some of our Z Hair Academy students. Taking inspiration from those looks, we’ve compiled three glamorous ways to style wet hair.

Three Wet Hair Style Tutorials

The below tutorials are provided in an article on HairRomance.com.

Sleek Low Bun

You’ll need: A strong hair elastic or hair bungee and bobby pins

  1. Comb your hair back and secure your hair into a low ponytail at the nape of your neck.
  2. Twist your ponytail tightly and wrap it around to form a low bun.
  3. Tuck the ends of your hair under and pin in place with bobby pins.
  4. Smooth any bumps with your comb. Try not to leave big gaps!
  5. Run your hand over any comb marks to flatten them out.

 

Fishtail Ponytail

You’ll need: A strong hair elastic or hair bungee and a small clear hair elastic

  1. Put your hair in a high ponytail.
  2. Split your ponytail in two. Hold one side in each hand and keep these separate as you braid.
  3. Cross a small section from the left to the right. Take a small piece of hair from the left side of the left ponytail and combine it with the right ponytail.
  4. Repeat on the right. Take a small piece of hair from the right side of the right ponytail and combine it with the left ponytail.
  5. Repeat this process all the way down the ponytails. Each time, cross a small piece of hair from one ponytail to the other side. As you move down the ponytail, they cross over, forming the fishtail braid.
  6. Tie the end and stretch it out. Secure the end of your fishtail braid with a small, clear elastic. Gently pull at the sides of the braid to stretch it out. This makes your hair look thicker and fuller and emphasizes the shape of the braid.

Side Twist Bun

You’ll need: A hair elastic and bobby pins

  1. Make a deep side part on the right, and comb your hair over to the left.
  2. Start your rope twist at your part line. Take a 1-inch section of hair and twist it under a 1-inch section of hair from your hairline.
  3. Twist the sections together, then twist them under the next section of hair from your hairline.
  4. Keep adding in sections of hair from your hairline and keep twisting your hair back away from your face.
  5. Once you have passed your ear, combine the twist with the rest of your hair to create a side ponytail.
  6. Twist your ponytail around to form a side bun. Keep this bun as neat or as messy as you like. Pin in place with bobby pins.

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