Summer Hair Saviours 


Summertime – whilst it may be fantastic for barbecues, beaches and beautiful sunny days, it’s not so great when it comes to controlling hair. And by that, I mean I often mistake myself for a walking bale of hay once the humidity kicks in. 

Luckily, there’s plenty of products to help tackle the frizz – and I can’t get enough of John Frieda’s Frizz Ease range. It’s worked wonders on my hair, so here are my three favourite tress tamers from the offering.

1 Frizz Ease Heat Defeat Protecting Spray

I use this spray to help protect from heat styling products. I usually frequent the gym most mornings before work, which means I’m often trying to blow dry the mane in the space of ten minutes before I catch my train – this is a great way to protect hair from both the sun and styling, keeping it sleeker for the rest of the day.


2 Frizz Ease Miraculous Recovery serum

Next up is this transforming serum. Run it through wet hair and watch it work wonders. It’s great for keeping hair shiny and supple without a heavy or waxy feel. It can be used for wet or dry locks, but I definitely notice more of an improvement if used straight after the shower.

3 Frizz Ease Perfect Finish serum

This is a handbag essential. Meant for dry hair, it’s fabulous for touching up and adding a little polish throughout the day – plus, it’s small enough to even fit in a Friday night clutch.


Voila! Do you have any favourite summer hair saviours? Tell me below.

Soph x 

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3 comments

  1. Hi, I don’t have any particular products that I use in the summer, but I’ve heard that using a smoothing serum will help to reduce the chance of frizz from humidity. Great post by the way 🙂

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