Hair Remodelling

Get a trim.

No matter what, you should get a Style Cut to tidy up your ends every 8 to 12 weeks. A summer of sun exposure can leave your hair damaged and dry. And the longer your hair, the more susceptible you are to breakage. Speak to one of our SKYE Stylists.

Give your hair an extra dose of moisture.

It’s so important to add a mask or treatment, which will condition ends and give your hair lots of healthy shine. Consider a bi-weekly deep conditioning treatment to combat static and tangles that come with Autumn hats and scarves. Just 10 minutes a few times a week is all you need to keep your hair healthy. Try SKYE Nano Mist Treatment which is perfect for revitalizing hair that is damaged and lacking vitality + shine.

Suggested Hair Remodelling Styles:

Side Part

Adding a face frame or a side fringe is a quick and easy way to change the overall shape of any haircut. Whether wearing your hair up and sleek or out and voluminous – expect to see more of this classic style than ever before.

Short and Shaggy

If you’ve wanted to ditch the length for a while now, there couldn’t be a better time to take the leap. But instead of your standard bob or lob, things are getting choppy and shaggy, aka the Shaggy Bixie.

Curtain Bangs

Perfect if you’re keen to try out a ‘fringe’ but don’t want to leap all in at once … plus, curtain bangs are a killer stand-alone look and create the ultimate lived-in, casual vibe. BUT, be warned … They require the same maintenance as any fringe, including daily styling and regular trims.

Frame your Face

Layers are a trend that’ll never go out of fashion. They will give your ‘do’ shape and add volume and texture—a Style Cut you can’t go wrong with in 2023.

Level up the volume

Bouncy, polished ’90s blowout vibes are having a moment once again. It’s the glamor alternative to textured beach waves, and we are here for it!

Google Review

Shermain Hong


Had a wonderful experience, very professional consultation and was happy with both the hair cut and helpful tips provided when getting my hair ready