Woman with dark blonde hair walking down a rainy street

by John Frieda

Unpredictable British weather means one thing – painstakingly-styled locks can be flung into an array of kinks, frizz and flyaways the minute you step out of the door.

To help you defy uncertain weather conditions, we’ve rounded up our best frizz-fighting tips and tricks as well as our top humidity hair products to repel frizz and flyaways throughout the day.

Woman with dark frizzy hair

How to frizz-proof your hair on humid and rainy days

Prevention is key when it comes to stopping hair frizz in the humidity or rain. Start your anti-frizz routine in the shower by washing your hair with Frizz Ease Miraculous Recovery Shampoo and Frizz Ease Miraculous Recovery Conditioner – this frizz-flighting twosome repair damage while reducing frizz, and they’re made with nourishing oils to give your hair a head start when the weather’s against you.

For an added boost of hydration, try our Frizz Smoothing Miracle Drops Hair Mask. Infused with coconut oil, it transforms unruly, dry hair in minutes. Finish off with one of our Frizz Ease serums – apply to damp hair to lock in moisture and add shine.

Fine hair can be tricky to control during damp or humid days as it won’t respond well to being overloaded with products. Our Weightless Wonder range reduces frizz and flyaways without weighing your hair down – targeting frizz inside and outside of your strands. 

Woman in the shower washing her hair

Haircare tips for windy days

Windy days don’t mean you need a rock-solid style – you just need products that’ll help your style fall naturally back into place when you’re inside. Start with our Hydrate & Recharge Shampoo and Hydrate & Recharge Conditioner to boost hair with a powerful surge of moisture, and lightly set your style with Frizz Ease Moisture Barrier Intense Hold Hairspray.

If you’re looking for fuss-free styles to keep your hair away from your face, take a look at our hairstyles for workouts – they double up for windy days and keep flyaways at bay.

Woman with long hair walking on the beach

Haircare tips for dry heat

Dry heat can be just as challenging as humidity, as hotter temperatures can dehydrate and dull hair – leaving your roots greasy and your lengths limp. When the heat is on, there are several steps you can take to protect your hair. Consider giving heat-based styling tools a rest, let your hair air dry, get a trim to stop split ends travelling up the hair shaft, and wear a sun hat to protect your hair from UV rays.

Try to avoid washing your hair every day, and don’t weigh it down with too many products – and when you do wash it, indulge in a hair mask to put back some moisture.

Our Hydrate & Recharge Deep Soak Masque contains monoi oil and keratin to deeply nourish hair, and works best when used with the Hydrate & Recharge range. Our Frizz Ease Secret Agent Touch-Up Crème is perfect for on-the-go touch ups – apply a small amount to dry hair to smooth, de-frizz and tame flyaways.

Blonde girl smiling as she walks outside in the sun

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