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cazh2971

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Could anybody tell me what the current hourly rate is approximately for a cnd Master Tech (if working for a salon), as I am trying to decide whether to go back in the salon or not as I am currently a mobile tech, but want to know if it would be financially viable to consider or if best to stay self employed.

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Hiya

I dont know about the going rate but just wanted to welcome you to the site :green:

And another Cambs geek ... we don't have many this way :lol:

Helen
 

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I think it depends on your area. What a tech in London may earn would be way different from say a tech in a much smaller area.

Best bet would be to phone some salons in your area and ask.
 

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May be an idea to contact the Beauty Guild as I think a survey on salaries is carried out each year. It's on lots of other things too but they may be able to help.
 

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where im at (hartlepool) on the northeast coast - i charge £34 per full set - higher than most local techs - and ive been told that is too low (cos of grandmaster status blah blah blah)this equates to £22.66 per hour. but in london im sure it would be higher - totally depends on geography flower
 

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Im doing all my masters at the minute and i charge £45 i won't be putting it up when i pass tho this is the going rate in my area xx
 

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I am a creative master technician, and i charge from £38 for a full set, and from £24 for infills. I work from home now and have many many loyal clients, so i wont be putting my prices up for a little while yet, although i do sometimes think i am perhaps a little underpriced.

Its all to do with the area in which you work really.
 

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Thanks so much for all your replies this helps loads with my decision making. One salon offered me £6.00 ph and they provide all prodcts, but thats just an insult considering they charge £48.00 per set and I would get approx £7.00 for doing them, with 6 years experience behind me also.

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