Is it bad to put in gel/mousse when your hair is wet?

I have no idea if it's alright to do it. But whenever I do I get the best results!

Will it cause build up in the long run?
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It's pretty normal to use both on wet hair. I do. And you only really experience buildup if both have ingredients that aren't water-soluble, and/or if you don't use a cleanser strong enough to remove them.
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How could it be bad? I assume you mean dripping wet versus just damp, and many do this to lock out frizz and distribute their products better. The product mixing with more water than it would if you applied just damp would, if anything, make a sliiiiiiiiiightly thinner layer to build up each wash if you were using something build-uppy...not that that slight difference would even do a thing, but the point is applying product to wet hair can't cause build-up.
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