If you don’t have good hair texture, even the nicest hairstyle won’t look right.

Senior StylistatBE U Hair Design @ The Centrepoint

BE U Hair Design @ The Centrepoint

The Centrepoint

Yonnah always had an interest in being a hairstylist because she loved that this career could help her change people’s lives.

Opportunities presented themselves after she graduated, so she ended up working as a makeup artist and nail technician for 5 years before she found her way back to hairstyling.

She studied at Toni & Guy for 3 years, focusing on solidifying her foundation in haircuts. From there, she moved on to a celebrity salon where she worked with an interracial team of hairstylists and expanded her skillset to include more layered and textured haircuts.

Today, customers love her because she focuses so much on hair texture. What does that mean, exactly?

You can think of hair texture as the way one manages or works with their hair type. If you have curly, frizzy hair, you need to use the right hair care and hair styling products and techniques so your hair works with you, instead of against you.

Yonnah is an expert on hair texture because she knows exactly how to spruce up limp hair, add texture to flat hair, and smooth out frizzy hair.

Although a haircut can definitely change the appearance of your hair, Yonnah recommends pairing it with a good perm or colour to maximise the effects.

Having worked as a hair educator for perms for 3 years in Malaysia, Yonnah is also highly skilled with perms.

When it comes to colour, she loves using the balayage technique to create natural, long-lasting, easy-to-manage highlights that only need to be touched up every 3-4 months.

On top of all the technical expertise, she's gathered over 8 years, Yonnah is well-loved by her customers because of her easygoing nature. Customers treat her more like a friend or family member rather than a hairstylist, and whichever salon she goes to, they will follow!

If you’re looking for good-looking highlights or you want to refresh your hair texture and shape, come and look for me!

P.S. Yonnah is fluent in English so communication is not an issue.