Definition of wet look in English:

wet look

Syllabification: wet look

noun

[in singular]
An artificially wet or shiny appearance, in particular one possessed by a clothing fabric or achieved by applying a type of gel to the hair.
More example sentences
  • This style can be recreated by using a wet-look gel and finger picking the hair into place.
  • But sticky, semi-transparent or slightly-coloured wet-look gloss, making each mouth look dripping and wet and, basically, ready for anything.
  • Mini-skirts, stilettos, see-through tops, wet-look and boots have become indispensable fashion accessories.

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