Time to up your hair game? Check out these top hair salons in Hong Kong and go home with the hair of your dreams
With summer round the corner and humidity climbing higher and higher, that sweaty reflection in the mirror doesn’t have to be you full-time. Treat yourself to a pampering tranquility pro sleep massage, an enjoyable spa facial from Flawless Spa or some nail love from Nail Care 2. Me time is the best time – so don’t ignore it. And because we know how annoying it is to spend months with a bad hair day, we decided to scour the city to bring you the best hair salons in Hong Kong. Whether you want to trim your hair or get it treated or styled for a special occasion, here are our favourite hair salons that you and your tresses need to check out.
Hair salons in Hong Kong
O2 Hair Studio
Led by veteran hair stylist Rudy Prevost, O2 Hair Studio offers various services from the simple hair cut and styling for women, men, kids, and brides, to vibrant hair colours, conditioning treatments, and Brazilian blowouts. Located at the heart of Hong Kong in Central, the salon has been around since 1997, providing professional hair treatments in a relaxed ambience. This is definitely one of our favourite hair salons in Hong Kong.
Read our full review of O2 Hair Studio here
O2 Hair Studio, 17 Wa In Fong, SoHo, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2529 6289,中環蘇豪華賢坊17號
One of the most popular hair salons in Hong Kong, The Strand knows hair!,. The services for ladies include haircuts and blowdries, colouring, hair extensions, hair straightening and smoothing. They also offer various conditioning hair treatments such as hair and scalp rituals, hair loss rituals, and even afrotherapy multi-textured afro hair. While the ladies get to pamper themselves, the men can also receive their own grooming experience at the salon’s second floor that’s dedicated for men.
Read our full review of The Strand here
The Strand, 18 Cochrane Street, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2850 7686, 香港中環閣麟街18號
Following the Ayurvedic principles, Aveda is a spa and hair studio that commits to using organic ingredients. With a mission to care for the world that we live in, the salon takes pride in using only environmentally sustainable products and offering natural treatments for not only hair care and hair styling but also skin and body treatments.
Read our full review of Aveda here
Aveda, The Loop, 1-3/F, 33, Wellington St, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2737 3026, 中環威靈頓街33號The Loop 1-3樓
Founded by experienced stylist Shayne Chandler, Salon Chandler is a one-stop-shop for all of your hair care needs. Located in Lan Kwai Fong, they offer various services such as haircut, colouring, hair spa treatments, straightening, hair extensions, and Keratin treatments. This is one of our favourite hair salons in Hong Kong for indulgent pampering and a great head massage.
Read our full review of Salon Chandler here.
Salon Chandler, 14/F, Tak Woo House, 17-19 D’Aguilar Street, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2537 3737, 中環德己立街17-19號德和大廈14樓
Located in Central, Love Hair is a boutique hair salon that aims to minimise carbon footprint by recycling and utilising locally filtered water and using healthier, more natural products. The team is made up of stylists hailing all the way from England, New Zealand, Australia, and Hong Kong. We love the chilled out atmosphere and interior design at this hair salon.
Read our full review of Love Hair here.
Love Hair, 1F, 99F Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2458 0190, 中環威靈頓街99號F 1樓
Looking for a bespoke hair treatment in Hong Kong with personable service? Shhh is the place to be. This by-appointment-only salon offers a private sanctuary in the heart of Central and uses carefully curated products. Led by creative director Marvin Lin, the team consists of diverse experts from around the world whose clients include top celebrities and members of the royal families.
Read more about Shhh hair salon here.
Shhh, G/F 94 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2915 1001, 上環荷李活道94號
Located at the prestigious Landmark Chater House in Central, Kimrobinson makes sure that you experience the utmost luxury inside their beautifully designed state-of-the-art hair studio. Their signature hair service is called the dry cut, where hair is cut dry to allow the artist to see its natural flow. Kimrobinson’s other popular services include seamless layering, multi-shading, as well as restructure and retexture treatments that are ideal for stressed and over-styled hair.
Kimrobinson, 106 Chater House, 8 Connaught Road Central, Hong Kong, p. 2121 8484, 中環干諾道中8號遮打大廈106號室
Private i Salon
Established in 1996, Private i Salon has 12 branches spread across Hong Kong. They use professional hair products including Milbon & Lebel Cosmetics that are the most preferred hair care products in Japan. Aside from hair care, the salon also offers nail and make up services.
Private i Salon, Shop 201, 2/F, Central Building, 1-3 Pedder Street, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2522 1112, 中環畢打街1-3號中建大廈2樓201室
Jean Louis David
Developed by Jean Louis David Academy in Paris, this hair studio has over 1,200 salons in 24 countries and claims to be on the forefront of the world’s current fashion trends. Gathering the latest styles from seasonal international fashion shows, the salon frequently comes up with exciting new hair styles and colouring techniques that can be adapted for each client.
Jean Louis David, Manning House, 48 Queen’s Road Central, Hong Kong, p. 2997 9828, 中環皇后大道中48號萬年大廈
Toni & Guy
With cutting-edge products and talented teams that are professionally trained at the award-winning Toni & Guy Academy, this international hair salon has been around in Hong Kong since 2013. Combining high fashion and hairdressing, Toni & Guy has a total of two salons and one academy in the city.
Toni & Guy, G/F, 15 Wyndham Street, Lan Kwai Fong, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2801 7870, 中環雲咸街15號地下
Looking for more than just hair salons in Hong Kong? We hear you, how about treating yourself to some me time at our pick of hotel wellness programmes, explore the effects of hair and ancient Chinese herbology or have a session in a sensory deprivation tank at Float On Hong Kong.