Bow down, HollywoodLifers! ‘Vogue’ has just released their September cover with the one and only Beyoncé looking absolutely flawless sporting a high-fashion beauty look. Get the details on her wet hair and no makeup look and let us know if you’d ever try it out!
Vogue has saved the best September cover for last with Beyoncé, 33, decked out in Marc Jacobs and wearing her hair in wet waves. Going against the usual bold beauty and polished hair cover looks, Bey looked stunning with no-makeup makeup and natural, wet hair, shot by legendary fashion photographer Mario Testino.
The September issue is the most highly anticipated cover for every magazine, especially for Vogue, who made a documentary about their record-breaking 2007 issue. And with new covers being released every day with major stars like Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus and Keira Knightley, only the queen herself could top their glamorous looks.
Wearing a hairstyle that only she could pull off, Beyoncé’s hair was left natural and completely wet. Kim Kimble created the high-fashion look, which isn’t exactly practical for day-to-day wear, but can be created by saturating your hair with a mask like Wella Enrich Moisturizing Treatment. We saw this trick being used backstage at fashion week for a wet finish that also deep conditions the hair.
If the wet style is too much, you can still channel Beyoncé’s cover look by creating beachy waves. Use Bumble and Bumble Surf Infusion Spray to create tousled waves, and top with a shine spray like Moroccanoil Glimmer Shine for a glistening look similar to (but not quite as intense) as Beyoncé’s.
Beyoncé’s Beauty On ‘Vogue’ Cover — Copy Her Wet Hair Look
Beyoncé favorite Francesca Tolot created the understated makeup look, which included clean skin, flushed cheeks and a nude lip. Her eyes were also left sans heavy smokey shadows and thick liner, and were given a natural wide-awake look by rimming the waterline with a nude liner like Tarte Lights, Camera, Lashes Inner Rim Liner.
What do you think of Beyoncé’s latest look? Could her wet hairstyle be a new trend, or is it best left for the cover of Vogue?
— Marissa DeSantis