The Best Salons in Los Angeles

by Natasha Wolff | October 2, 2013 3:33 pm

Andy Lecompte Salon
616 North Almont Drive[1]
Andy Lecompte has been caring for Hollywood’s celebrity tresses since 2008 at his airy and sunlit salon. His team offers an array of services, including makeup applications and keratin treatments.

By Byron Salon
9294 Civic Center Drive[2]
Byron William caters to his high-profile clientele thanks to this full-service spa that features his namesake paraben and sulfate-free hair-care line.

Chris McMillan Salon
8944 Burton Way[3]
California-native Chris McMillan is responsible for signature styles like “the Rachel.” He brings red-carpet skills to his full-service namesake salon.

8379 West 3 Street[4]
The purveyor of the perfect blowout is reaching new heights. The L.A.-based company also has a range of hair-care products and tools, all developed by founder Alli Webb. Riffing on the company’s bar motif, the goods have names like Happy Hour conditioner and the Morning After shower cap.

Kate Somerville
8428 Melrose Place[5]
Celebrity facialist Kate Somerville’s clinic features 16 rooms and more than two dozen specialists that utilize the latest in skincare technology and her own signature products.

La Prairie at the Bel-Air
701 Stone Canyon Road[6]
The venerated Swiss skincare company offers a long list of luxe treatments sure to generate a head-to-toe sensory experience. Try the Advanced Marine Biology Facial—it includes exfoliation, a rejuvenating mask and a steam.

Lea Journo Salon
9500 Wilshire Boulevard[7]
Overlooking the pool at the Four Seasons Hotel, French hair superstar Lea Journo provides trendsetting styles to her clientele, including celebs like Orlando Bloom and Brad Pitt.

M. Steves Beauty Cottage

M. Steves Beauty Cottage

M. Steves Beauty Cottage
604 South Venice Boulevard[8]
Mally Steves Chakola’s natural approach to skincare (and her love of rose hip seed oil) provide a results-driven, streamlined collection of anti-aging solutions, complemented by her own five-product collection.

Meche Salon
8820 Burton Way[9]
A-list colorist Tracey Cunningham’s modern 3,000-square-foot space houses a fleet of expert stylists (there are 22 chairs) along with a makeup artist, brow esthetician, manicurist and foot masseuse.

Ole Henricksen
8622A West Sunset Boulevard[10]
Located on Sunset Plaza’s lower level, the famed Danish skin guru brings his skincare talents to the spa that features facials, massages and mani/pedis for guaranteed relaxation and pampering.

Olive and June
430 North Canon Drive[11]
Offering a chic setting that blends the convenience of a corner nail shop with the luxury of a high-end spa. Get creative with nail art or go for a classic mani with a diverse selection of polish from more than 10 brands.

Salon Benjamin
8910 Melrose Avenue[12]
The flagship West Hollywood salon features a wide range of services including cuts, color and extensions and even houses an apothecary.

Spoke & Weal

Spoke & Weal

Spoke & Weal
8211 West 3 Street[13]
Aveda’s former artistic director Jon Reyman and color pro Christine Thompson have teamed up to debut a sleek new salon. Seek out Reyman’s precision cuts or lustrous color using botanically derived products.


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