Yes, Zendaya did rock a wet look faux bob on the red carpet

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Photo credit: Amy Sussman - Getty Images
Photo credit: Amy Sussman - Getty Images

Euphoria may have finished for now, but that doesn't mean our Zendaya obsession is still not raging on.

While Rue has the power to make us want to crush our toes into a pair of Converse again, it's Zendaya herself who makes us want to dive head first into our hair and makeup drawers.

Whether it's her honey blonde curls or graphic liner and '90s hair flips, the actress is always trying (and pulling off) unique and different looks.

Take Wednesday, when Zendaya made a red carpet appearance at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in LA for an HBO Euphoria event.

There were no curls, no hair flips, rather a very sleek, very regal slicked back 'do that proved the wet look can be incredibly sophisticated.

Just not when we're attempting it...

Not only was Zendaya's hair slicked off her face, it was tucked into a faux bob, keeping the focus on her oversized grey suit.

Now we know Zendaya loves a bold eye so of course she paired her chic hairstyle and further complimented her Michael Jordan-esque suit with a silver smokey shadow and black rimmed liner.

Photo credit: Amy Sussman - Getty Images
Photo credit: Amy Sussman - Getty Images
Photo credit: Amy Sussman - Getty Images
Photo credit: Amy Sussman - Getty Images

As regular stalkers of Zendaya's Instagram, we're disappointed to say we haven't been able to find the team responsible behind this iconic hair and makeup look but you can rest assured we'll happily spend the rest of our day scrolling through Instagram to find the answer.

We get paid for that, right?

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