You need to see Megan Fox's fresh out the shower MTV VMAs hair

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Photo credit: Gilbert Carrasquillo - Getty Images
Photo credit: Gilbert Carrasquillo - Getty Images

Megan Fox won the red carpet at Sunday night's MTV Video Music Awards and it wasn't just because she wore a 'naked dress'.

Wet look hair is hard for us regular folk to pull off. Most of us have attempted it at least once in our life, only to bottle it when we realised we were more Nicholas Cage in Con Air than Kim Kardashian at the Met Gala.

However most of us don't have Andrew Fitzsimons as our hairstylist, which is clearly where we are going wrong.

If your idea of wet look hair involves any of the follow adjectives: greasy, crispy, slimy, think again because Andrew's version is anything but.

We're talking glossy, silky curls that made Megan look she had just taken a shower at the most expensive hotel in the world.

Wet look hair that you actually want to touch, not recoil at the thought of (à la our own DIY attempts).

Megan is definitely having a moment and this hair proves that isn't going to stop anytime soon. In fact, we're betting this modern day Ursula Andress look is one for the archives.

Thankfully for us, Andrew shared the exact products he used.

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To add length and volume, Andrew used Hidden Crown clip in extensions followed by copious amounts of Living Proof No Frizz Vanishing Hair Oil.

Of course it would be remiss of us to discuss Megan's look, without mentioning her flawless beat by makeup artist Ash K Holm.

Andrew and Ash have been sprinkling their magic on Megan for a while now and it's clearly working.

To compliment Andrew's "ocean goddess" waves, Ash was liberal with the body highlighter which looked effortlessly natural.

Megan's skin was glowing and her blue eyes were enhanced with gold shadow and her signature winged lashes.

This might just be the look that makes us try wet look hair again.

Just nobody mention Nicholas Cage.

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