Byline: Elizabeth Einstein PHOTOGRAPHED BY NICOLAS MOORE
It's sharp, it's sexy, and it's as easy as H2O. The wet look is back, and it's dripping with attitude.
Slick hair and high style don't often go hand in hand. In fact, the last time we saw the wet look was at the mall in 1988: It was as crisp as a Dorito, and about as cheesy. But like shoulder pads and harem pants, just-soaked hairstyles have reappeared in style and on the runways, and this time they're soft, shiny, and a little provocative. "There's a relaxed sexiness to this look today," says hairstylist Garren of the Garren New York salon. "It's as though you've just come from the beach and whipped your hair into a style." Hairstylist Guido, who created wet looks for the Lanvin and Bottega Veneta spring shows, says, "I love hair when it's wet, because it's very sultry." Another bonus, especially in spring and summer: You can put away your blow-dryer and flatiron. All you …