'We're about control when it comes to hair,' says w&h Beauty Director, Jo GB. Here's how to manage summer style.'I step off the plane and turn into a frizzball'
'Frizzy hair is caused by humidity or moisture in the air,' says hairdresser Lee Stafford, 'so when you go from a cool, air-conditioned plane straight into a hot, humid environment, hair reacts to surplus water coming in and out of the hair shaft, distributing hydrogen bonds that hold a style together, resulting in frizz.' The best way to tackle this problem is to prep hair in advance. 'Create a foundation to your hair to fight frizz by washing it the night before your flight with moisturising products to smooth. Lee Stafford Frizz OFF Shampoo and Conditioner
, £9.99 at Boots, also contains keratin to help flatten the hair cuticle and reduce breakage. Pro tip:
'Just as you moisturise on a plane to sop skin drying out, travel with a bottle of oil to work as a defrizzer by keeping hair moisturised.' says celeb hairdresser Jamie Stevens. Perfect for the job are TRESemmé Oil Elixir, £9.99
, or the John Masters Organics Dry Hair Nourishment & Defrizzer
, £32.50, with lavender, rosemary and cedarwood.