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Stylist seeking for local advice 5 years 9 months ago #6433

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Hi everyone,

I have been looking for a lots of information in terms of Salary and wages in Hong Kong.
I just want to know what is the average for a senior stylist/stylist working salon be expect to take back home. etc. a Salon charges KHD420 for ladies...

What is the normal base that I be expect to get e.g working full time in HK or my experience.

what is the range of base?? e.g 6000-8000
And what is the commission from 20%-50%?

I just want to know the market price for an international stylist who have 3 years in Tokyo, 5 years in London.

Any useful market information will much appreciated.

Thank you
A
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回覆:Stylist seeking for local advice 5 years 8 months ago #6438

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Hi Akiko,
HK is a quiet special place, most of the shop doesn\'t care about where you from? How many experience that you have? Cos new customers are not that much in each salon(except the shop was on the ground floor and charge not too expensive). So the owner will depends on how many regular clients that you have to adjust the commission rate to you. So if you just start working in HK, if the salary is around 6K - 8K, I thing it\'s worth to try it.
(Sorry about my english is not very well, hope you can understand)

Anthony
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回覆:Stylist seeking for local advice 5 years 8 months ago #6439

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Hiya

Thank you very much for being kind in replying back to me. The information has been very useful, yes you are right as it will depend on the Salon iteself.

Thank you again :)

Aki
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回覆:Stylist seeking for local advice 5 years 6 months ago #6800

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If you want to start your business in hk, you can try japanese style salon(e.g.hairdo)as a start or tony&guy in hk.As you ve been living in Tokyo and newyork for years.the gentleman that answer your question should be work in Aveda salon,his words reli tell the truth but if you can\"t speak Chinese ,you have to choose salon that you can speak your own language
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