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Hair Cutting - Skye Norman Hair & Beauty
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Whether you’re looking for full impact haircut or a lightweight trim, our team of precision cutters have a wealth of knowledge and experience to provide an energy shot of style for your hair.


We are dedicated to creating beautiful hair styles that are manageable. Part of our service is to prescribe the correct products for you and provide know how to recreate your look at home. 


All of our team specialise in all aspects of hair care, so we have the advantage of being able to see your experience through from start to finish with your preferred stylist, we feel this is instrumental in being able to produce a beautiful finished look which you and stylist envision together.

We have trained with some of the biggest names in the hair industry, UK and abroad.


haircut prices start from £39.50



My hair is naturally dry unless I have a blowdry it looks really frizzy. I would really like it look healthy and shiny

You are a perfect candidate for a brazilian keratin treatment, a revolutionary new service for anyone wanting to tame flyaway, damaged or frizzy hair.  After trying out numerous different types in salon we have come to love JV Smoothing Treatment. It is an organic intensive conditioning service that smooths and nourishes the outside of the hair fibre with natural keratin protein and argan oil.  The frizz is tamed, the hair is left sleeker  with a beautiful shine.   Its like having a professional blowdry that lasts up to 3 months!

My long fine hair is so limp at the roots that I need to wash it everyday. I have used a lot of different shampoos and conditioners for both greasy and for fine hair and always I shampoo twice to make sure its extra clean but nothing seems to help. Is there anything I can do?

By the sounds of it your problem more lies with your routine rather than your choice of products.  Number 1 rule, do not have your water too hot and after your last shampoo turn the water down to as cool as you can handle it.  This will soothe and close down the pores of your scalp.  Also if you are washing your hair everyday you don’t need to do two shampoos everytime. Too much stimulation of the scalp through over washing or vigourous rubbing will kick start your sebaceous glands and cause excess oil.  Finally, change your conditioner to a spray on rather than a cream formulation and never put conditioner on the root area it is naturally looked after by the scalp.

My hair has always been fine but lately I feel like its getting thinner and I worry that you can see my scalp. What can I do to thicken it up and give it more body?

There are some great products on the market these days for fine hair.  Kerastase’s Volumative range helps to reinforce the hair fibre so it is stronger and has more vitality.  Also twice a year you can do a 6 week intensive home programme for thinning hair.  Kerastases Aminexil GL M is clinically proven to make hair thicker, reactrivate the short hairs and lift the hair follicle blockages to cease futher hair loss.  Lastly if your hair is a lighter shade you could try colouring it darker as it will give the illusion of being denser and thicker and the colour itself will give the hair extra lift, especially at the root area

I have just found out i'm pregnant and have heard that a lot of women suffer from hair loss. Is this true?

Yes it is but don’t be alarmed. Firstly the rise in estrogen when you are pregnant causes hair to remain in the growing phase and stimulates growth so while you are pregnant you can expect your hair to be full and luxurious!  The most common period of hair loss occurs approximately three months after delivery.  This is when the hormones return to normal levels, allowing  the hair to fall out and return to the normal cycle. The normal hair loss that was delayed during pregnancy may fall out all at once. This is not uncommon, affecting somewhere between 40 to 50% of women. There is a number of steps you can take to help. Eat a diet high in fruits and vegetables, which contain flavonoids and antioxidants that may provide protection for the hair follicles and encourage hair growth. Consult with your health care provider to ensure a proper balance of hormones and supplements such as vitamin C, E, B complex and Zinc. Use shampoos and conditioners that contain biotin and silica and generally take a gentle approach, no tight braids, cornrows or using fine tooth combs to help prevent breakage and lastly turn down your hairdryer to a cool heat.