As much as we love the rainy season, we hate it for the things it does to our hair. The humidity has a direct impact on our tresses causing frizz and dull looking locks. Wondering how to get rid of frizzy hair? We’re here to help…
Nourish your tresses
 

Nourish your tresses

The first step to putting an end to frizz is by washing your hair with the right products. We always turn to the Dove Intense Repair range that is slowly but surely working its magic on taming the frizz. The shampoo and conditioner both contain Keratin actives that help strengthen hair protein at a cellular level putting an end to frizz and damaged hair.

Befriend a hair spray
 

Befriend a hair spray

Afraid to try out a hairstyle during the monsoons? Make it easy by embracing the right hair spray. We’ve seen the magic of the TIGI Spoil Me spray, which is an anti-static defrizzer that lends your hair a hold before you style it. Moreover, it makes your tresses smooth and silky.

Hydrate curly locks
 

Hydrate curly locks

Curly-haired girls, you know you suffer from frizzy hair all through the monsoons. This is why we recommend using the Bed Head Foxy Curls Hi Def Curl Spray that controls frizzy curls, gives them definition and holds them in place. Moreover, it moisturises your hair too. What more could you want?

Apply a mask
 

Apply a mask

If you’ve been worried about your hair turning frizzy due to the weather, you must opt for a mask that has the power to deeply condition your tresses. Our go-to mask this season? The TRESemmé Nourishing Rituals Rejuvenating Mud Masque that’s formulated with minerals from the Dead Sea and essence of wildflower honey, which can deeply nourish as well as replenish your hair making it strong and healthy.

Moisturise your locks
 

Moisturise your locks

The rains can not only make our hair frizzy but also take away its shine. This is when you deserve the TIGI Dumb Blonde Smoothing Stuff. This one adds shine to our hair and works to de-frizz it. Moreover, it smoothens the hair cuticle putting an end to your frizz concerns.

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