'Wet bob' is the hot hairstyle of the season

'Wet bob' is the hot hairstyle of the season

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Do women finally have an excuse to stop blow drying hair? "The wob," also known as the "wet bob," is apparently the hot new hairstyle this spring.

I went to Femme Coiffure on Lincoln Road in Miami Beach where stylist Raphael Reboh helped me try the wet look for myself.

Raphael says the wet look is a sexy look. He says it's beautiful and easy and great for the summer.

Start by spraying the whole head with some h2o. then apply your favorite styling cream or hair oil and don't hold back.

Raphael tells me short hair is making a comeback, but if you're not ready for the big chop, fake it by tucking the hair under and pinning it.

You probably saw on the Grammys how Beyonce wore this slicked down wet hair look. Beyonce can wear anything. I'm not Beyonce, so can I pull this look off?

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