wet hair

Easy Ways to Style Wet Hair

Do you ever wake up with wet hair after taking a shower? If so, this blog post is for you! I will be sharing some of my favorite ways to style wet hair. From messy buns to beach waves, plenty of options won’t leave your hair feeling greasy or heavy. So grab your curling iron, and let’s get started.

Wet hair can be a bit of a pain to style, but not anymore! Here are some easy ways you can get your wet hair looking fabulous.

First, let’s start with the easiest styling option. Tie your wet hair up in a bun on top of your head and secure it with bobby pins or an elastic band (if you don’t want to put heat on it). This will dry out longer than other options but is the most low-maintenance way to go about styling wet hair. Next, if you’re feeling adventurous and want something more realistic for work or school, try braiding sections of your damp hair into two French braids. But, again, you may need someone else’s help to do it right.

hairstyle tutorials

Hairstyle tutorials for wet hair

If you’re like me, your hair gets frizzy and dry after a shower. Here are some easy ways to style wet hair without the use of any heat!

  • Use a salt spray to give your hair texture. You can make one by combining 1 cup of water with ¼ cup of sea salt in a small spray bottle. Then, spray it on damp hair before styling for beachy waves or curls that won’t be destroyed by time or humidity.
  • Apply baby powder to dry spots on the scalp where oil tends to accumulate, then brush through for an instant shine boost that will last all day long and keep your locks looking healthy and hydrated.
  • Combine two tablespoons of honey with five drops of lemon juice.
  • Put it up in a high ponytail or bun: This will make it look like you were able to take 10 minutes and style yourself before leaving the house.
  • Wet down curls: If you have naturally curly hair, wetting down those curls should be an easy way for them to stay put without having to worry about any hairspray or products that would weigh them down.
  • Blow-dry upside-down: If you don’t want any volume at the top of your head.

Hairstyles for wet hair

When you wake up in the morning or come out of a hot shower, your hair is often wet. It can be challenging to style your hair and find something that both looks good and feels comfortable. I have found some easy ways to style my hair, with only a few minutes needed. You will see that there are many different options for wearing wet hair, and all these styles will look great with any outfit.

This morning I woke up to a rainy day. It’s not the first time it has rained this week, but I was surprised by how much my hair looked like it had been freshly washed and blown out. This is because wet hair can be styled in so many ways.

The question now is, what look should you go for? The answer: anything goes! Wet hair is an opportunity to try new things without risking your style routine. For example, you could keep it easy with loose waves or switch up your look with braids pinned back once they dry.

What about if you want something more dramatic? Try putting all of your hair into a top knot, securing the front sections around the rest of the bun.


Hi everyone, I’m Dorothy, Editor of Jacksonville Wedding Hair and Makeup, a beauty and lifestyle resource for women over 40 with equal parts info and snark. Written with a tongue-in-cheek attitude, Jacksonville Wedding Hair and Makeup is packed with articles on skincare, makeup, product reviews, makeup tips and tricks, lifestyle and giveaways. In addition to looking good on the outside, I hope to encourage, inspire and celebrate women over 40!