If there is one summer problem that is common across all hair types, it has to be frizzy hair and flyaways. Your hair looks perfect in the mirror, but a few minutes after stepping out, the perfect bun or ponytail you so painstakingly created is now ruined by fluffy little strands sticking out of your head. Humidity is one of the major reasons for this problem.

But bringing a few changes to your summer hair care routine will give you the smoothest and sleekest mane ever. Keep reading to find out how.

Indulge in a deep conditioning treatment
 

Indulge in a deep conditioning treatment

Dry, damaged and under nourished hair often look a lot frizzier. Dry hair is also more prone to breakage, which means that you will have that many baby hair sticking out at awkward angles. To solve this problem, use a moisturising and nourishing hair mask such as the Toni&Guy Damaged Repair Reconstruction Hair Mask at least once a week. This mask offers intense nourishment and repair to weak, damaged and dry locks.

Use an oiling treatment
 

Use an oiling treatment

Treating your hair to a hot oil treatment twice a week equals to soft and supple tresses. Giving your scalp a hot oil massage, relieves stress, increases blood flow, and tames frizz. Remember to focus on your lengths and tips for maximum frizz protection.

Use a gel hair
 

Use a gel hair

For the days when your hair feels particularly frizzy, keep a little bit of hair wax handy. This will be an amazing saviour for when you want your hair to look super sleek and manageable. Remember to use a pea sized amount and a matte product to avoid looking like you’ve just stepped out of the shower.

Invest in a good setting spray
 

Invest in a good setting spray

If you are someone who styles their hair pretty often, then invest in a setting spray such as the Toni&Guy Finishing Shine SprayThis will make your hair look perfectly defined and prevent those pesky flyaways.

Ditch your regular towel
 

Ditch your regular towel

Your hair is at its most vulnerable when it’s wet. Hence using a rough spun towel can create havoc for your hair. It’s important to consider the fabric you use to dry your hair. Use an old t-shirt to help absorb the excess water and then use a wide toothed comb to gently untangle your locks.

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