How to Style Wet Hair for Summer

Summer often leaves you with less time to style your hair as you slide from the Malibu surf to dinner or from a pool swim to festivities. Celebrity Hair Stylist Mika Fowler, one of my favorite hair stylists from the plush Kim Vo Salon at the Beverly Hills Montage, shares with us how to take your hair style up a notch, especially when your hair is already WET! Stylishly chic for vacation fun and summer sauciness, below is her step by step tutorial on this chic look.


Step 1: Part two front sections of the hair and keep them separate from the rest of the hair.

Step 2: Using bobby pins begin to secure the hair close to the nape.

Step 3: Grab about one inch of hair from each side and twist it towards the back of the head and secure.

Step 4: Connect the two sides with a bobby pin at the center.

Step 5: Continue twisting the rest of the hair (one piece at a time) and adding it to the ‘do and securing with a bobby pin.

Once every piece is twisted and added on, it will be complete!

I highly recommend Mika’s expertise. She has cut and styled my hair many times, and she always takes great care by providing you with her full attention. She really listens to your desires, and spends a great deal of time perfecting your look. She dries my hair first before cutting. Her recent clients have included Emma Roberts, Annalynne McCord, Malin Ackerman, Rosario Dawson, Cameron Monaghan, Emanuelle Chriqui, Nina Dobrev, Booboo Stewart, Fivel Stewart, Camila Ludenton, Carrie Preston, Ali Fedotowsky, Kyle Richards, Joanna Krupa and Cassie Cserbo. 

Kim Vo Salon At Montage Hotel

225 N Canon Drive

Beverly Hills, California 90210

(310) 860-7854




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