With an atmosphere that's more Studio 54 than Studio City, this two-story salon achieves an urbane, edgy vibe with its Plasma TVs, natural light, exposed concrete floor and industrial fixtures. The ground floor houses a coffee bar where clients can grab an espresso or a martini before putting their tresses in the hands of Head Stylist Alex Avshalom (and his 22-plus years of experience at several top European salons). Pampering is key at Studio 26—each shampooing comes with a 15-minute scalp massage and only fancy products by Kérastase are good enough for their clients' locks—and doesn't stop with the coif. The second floor is a one-stop shop for every beauty need: mani/pedis, sunless tanning, eyelash extensions, skin consultations and temporary and permanent makeup applications. After all, even on this side of the Hollywood Hills, these starlets have to certain, um, tabloid appearances to maintain.