Shampoo in Hong Kong – The 5 Stores We Love

by Doris Lam
March 16, 2021

Looking for high-quality shampoo and conditioner in Hong Kong but don’t want to pay crazy prices? You’ve come to the right place.

We have walked the streets of Hong Kong and ordered from various online stores. As a result of all of this, we have come up with a list of our five favorite stores for buying shampoo and other hair care products.

Firstly, we want to tell you that the price of hair care products in Hong Kong varies hugely. If you aren’t careful, you could easily end up spending far more money on shampoo and other hair products than you need to. 

All the stores we mention in this article have been carefully selected to help you keep your hair looking silky and shiny without spending a fortune.

This article will cover:

  • Which bricks-and-mortar-store has low pricing, huge variety, and great customer service
  • Which online store sell discounted shampoo and other hair care products
  • The best online store for buying products to meet your specific hair needs, including dry, curly, frizzy, and more.

 

1. Best shampoo store in Hong Kong: low prices with helpful staff

Shampoo.hk

shampoo Hong Kong

Why we chose it:

  • Selling a wide range of professional hairdressing brands, you will find over 1,500 products from brands such as Aveda, Brazilian Blowout, Joico, Living Proof, and Moroccan Oil at Shampoo.hk.
  • The in-store staff will be able to answer any hair-related questions you might have and will offer you suggestions based on your needs. If you’re not too familiar with hair products or in need of a new hair product brand, this is a great store to visit.

  • Customers can also place orders online, but you’ll have to pick up your order at an MTR station. In any case, we prefer going to their store to receive their tips.

What we like:

  • We like the low pricing, the huge variety and also the very knowledgeable staff.

What products we like

  • I normally buy Davina products here, but you can expect to find almost any brand you need.

Summary:

  • Want to access a huge range of professional hair-care brands at some of the lowest pricing in the city? Shampoo.hk is a great option.
  • Shampoo.hk has not only an online store but also three retail shops in the city.

Shampoo.hk locations: Sheung Wan, Shau Kei Wan, Mong Kok, and Tseung Kwan O.   

 

2. Best online platform selling discounted shampoo and other hair care products

StrawberryNet

StrawberryNet is an online retailer selling shampoo and other hair care products at discounted pricing.

Why we chose it:

  • You might remember Strawberrynet from our makeup review, and we’d admit we’re big fans of the site.
  • Strawberrynet offers a wide variety of well-known hairdressing brands, including Aveda, Goldwell, Joico, Living Proof, and Tigi.

What we like:

  • Some of the perks of shopping with StrawberryNet include 10% off for first-time customers and an occasional 70% off sitewide sales.

What products we like

  • We love to hunt for deals; we normally sort by the biggest discount and check out the best deals on offer.

Summary:

  • The best part about StrawberryNet is that it tells you how much you save every time compared to the average product retail price.

 

3. Best online store selling shampoo and other hair-care needs like colored, afro, or curly?

Lookfantastic.com

 Look Fantastic is an online store selling a huge variety of shampoo and other hair products.

Why we chose it:

  • Having a good shampoo that suits your hair type is essential. At Lookfantastic Hong Kong, they have shampoos that target all of your hair needs. Whether your hair type is damaged, colored, afro, or curly— they’ve got it all. 

What we like:

  • We like the easy-to-use website; you can easily sort by hair type; you can select from Afro-Caribbean, Fine, Damaged, Frizzy, and more.
  • Ordering from Lookfantastic makes it easy to find products that are specifically designed to meet your hair’s needs. 

What products we like

  • Take your pick from brands such as Christophe Robin, Grow Gorgeous, Philip Kingsley, Nanogen, Fudge Professional, and Alpecin on their online shop.

Summary:

  • Lookfantastic is a true hair specialist; you won’t find a broader range of hair care products. Best of all, the website is easy to use.
  • While they do not have any physical stores in Hong Kong, Lookfantastic Hong Kong offers free delivery on orders over $600.

 

4. Online platform selling affordable shampoo and other hair care products

iHerb

iHerb sells low-price shampoo and other hair care products. They also sell a number of organic options.

Why we chose it:

  • Don’t let the name fool you— iHerb sells more than just herbs. From personal care items, beauty products, and shampoo and conditioner options, iHerb is the one-stop-shop for all your health and beauty needs.
  • You can expect to pay much less when shopping for your shampoo and conditioner on iHerb versus physical stores located in Hong Kong.

What we like:

  • iHerb sells an enormous range of shampoo and conditioner brands, including a wide range of organic options.
  • Whether you have frizzy hair, dry hair, curly hair, baby hair, or even hair loss, the site’s got something for you.

What products we like

  • Some of our favorite iHerb products include Avolon Organics, Giovanni, John Frieda, Living Proof, Palmer’s, Pureology, SheaMoisture, and Aveeno Baby.

Summary:

  • Good pricing. In recent years, they have been shipping many products out of their large distribution center in South Korea. You can expect your products to arrive fairly quickly (often within 2-3 days)
  • Orders over $310 get free shipping!

iHerbwww.hk.iherb.com

 

5. Which company has stores across Hong Kong offering quality hair care products?

Sasa

Sasa is a store selling a limited range of shampoo and other hair care products. However, the products they sell tend to be of high quality and also, they tend to be reasonably priced.

Why we chose it:

  • Sasa is well known for selling beauty products, including makeup at low prices, and hair care products are no exception.

What we like:

  • While Sasa doesn’t have an enormous range of shampoo and conditioner brands, the brands they do sell are well-known and popular. You can also be sure that you are getting close to the lowest pricing available for in-store shopping in Hong Kong.

What products we like

  • Sasa carries brands such as Aveda, Giovanni, Klorane, and Rene Furterer.

Summary:

  • With so many stores across Hong Kong, it’s easy to duck into a nearby Sasa store and pick up some good quality, reasonably priced shampoo and other hair care products.

 

FAQs

What is the best shampoo in Hong Kong?

The best shampoo in Hong Kong will depend on your particular hair needs. However, we have noticed that Davines shampoo is gathering a cult-like following. All of Davines shampoos clean hair gently without removing natural balancing elements. We personally love and use this brand. We have seen the best pricing for this brand in Hong Kong at the Shampoo.hk store in 273-277 Queen’s Road Central, Sheung Wan. You can expect to be pay only around half the price of many other stores.

Where can I buy hair products in Hong Kong?

If you don’t have time to do online shopping and you need to buy hair products in Hong Kong, we recommend going to:
Sasa: for a limited but carefully curated range of quality shampoo and other hair products. They sell well-known brands from across Asia and the rest of the world. Plenty of stores are spread across Hong Kong.
Shampoo.HK: if you have time, check out one of the shampoo.hk stores. These stores offer a huge array of many well-known hair product brands from all over the world. They sell all the American brands you would expect them to have, but they also sell relatively unknown but effective Japanese and Korean hair product brands. Best of all, the pricing is really low. You can also buy large sizer products, which means the savings are even larger.

Where can I buy shampoo HK?

If you have time to buy shampoo online, we recommend:
StrawberryNet: for a limited range of heavily discounted hair products.
Look Fantastic: if you have specific hair needs.
iherb: is a good option if you are looking for some lower-priced organic hair products.

Is Look Fantastic HK a good place to buy hair supplies?

I have ordered from Look Fantastic many times. I have been satisfied with the price, the time it took for the products to arrive, and the quality of the products themselves. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend this online hair supply store.

What is the best place to buy shampoo in Hong Kong?

My personal favorite place to buy shampoo in Hong Kong is shampoo.HK in 273-277 Queen’s Road Central, Sheung Wan. The prices are low, and the variety is huge. There is so much to do in Sheung Wan. When you’re next heading over to Sheung Wan to go to the gym or pick up some French groceries, check out this store.

Where can I buy hair products in Hong Kong?

You can buy hair products from so many different places in Hong Kong. Almost all hairdressing salons sell shampoo, conditioner, and plenty more. You can also find hair products in all supermarkets. When we researched the pricing of shampoo in Hong Kong, we realized a huge difference in pricing. We found that the same products were being sold for more than double the price of other locations. in some cases, We, at SavvyinHK, place a preference on products that are high in quality and low in price, that’s why our recommendations for buying hair products in Hong Kong are:
Look Fantastic: an online website selling hair care products to meet all hair needs
StrawberryNet: an online store selling discounted products; the range is limited but, you’ll find some great deals
Sasa: bricks-and-motor-stores that you can find almost anywhere in Hong Kong; great quality and value-for-money
iHerb: an online store; your products will arrive quickly, and the pricing is decent
Shampoo.hk: for great pricing, huge range, and really knowledgeable staff

 

Finally

While high-quality shampoo prices can be quite high in Hong Kong, you can drastically lower your costs if you know where to go. We hope our tips help you get great quality hair at better prices.

If we have missed any hidden gems on where to buy shampoo in Hong Kong, please let us know in the comments below.

We are dedicated to providing tips on beauty products and beauty services that are cheaper but don’t compromise quality. If you’d like to learn more, check out The Ultimate Beauty Guide for Hong Kong.

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