Summer shouldn’t mean that good mane days are in the past. Here’s how you can beat frizziness in hair

Having smooth and silky hair in summer sounds like a distant dream. It’s that dreaded time of the year when the temperature rises

Dry hair absorbs moisture when exposed to humidity, causing it to swell and the cuticles to split, which results in frizzy hair

Sleeping on silk or satin pillowcases can help prevent your hair from getting frizzy as it won’t disrupt the natural hair fibres

An Instagram hack shows people smoothing frizzy ends and making their hair look sleek by rubbing a piece of aluminium foil

To try this, divide your hair in half. Slightly scrunch up the foil and wrap it over one section of your hair

After shampooing, rinse your hair with a mixture made from apple cider vinegar and water to combat frizzy hair

Combing and brushing your hair when it is wet disrupts the cuticle, and roughly pulling at the hair causes further frizz