How You Can Get Beyoncé and Lizzo's Grammys Wet and Wavy Hair Look
Beyonce and Lizzo (Getty)

How You Can Get Beyoncé and Lizzo’s Grammys Wet and Wavy Hair Look

Once Beyoncé and Lizzo were photographed in wet and wavy hair at the Grammys, the next “it” hairstyle became a social phenomenon.

There are two ways to achieve the wet and wavy look, from products to hair appliances.

In Beyoncé’s hairstyle, it looks like she used a three-pong crimper on a low setting to get tight waves. The effortless waves used some heat.

Bedhead Crimper

Bedhead A Wave We Go Adjustable Ceramic Waver $4499

Babyliss Crimper

Babyliss Pro Porcelain Ceramic Tripple Barrel Waver $6499
amika High Tide Deep Wave Hair Crimper $12000

For Lizzo’s hairstyle, it looks like she used more products for the wet look, which can be a combo of an awesome hair grade or a wig.

If you want to use a product sleeping in braids can help achieve the crisp wavy look, but adding a gel or moose on fresh dry hair will add to a wet look.

According to Lizzo’s hairstylist, Shelby Swain said, “I wanted to create a romantic, elegant hairstyle that complimented her bold beauty.”

US Weekly reports, “Swain set the foundation for the style with the shampoo, conditioner, and styling oil from Sebastian’s Dark Oil line. The products “infuse nutrients” and help “create movement while maintaining luster.”

Then the hairstylist used moose to add shine and a flat iron to go over the top of the hair.

About Caché Roberts

Hi, I am a recent graduate at Miami University '21 with a true passion for storytelling in entertainment and celebrities' stories! I love shopping and eating out with friends and family during my free time!

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