'Tis the season to be hair-free. But the over abundance of suspect salons combined with the undeniable masochism one feels while paying someone rip your hairs out by the root, finding the right place to get beach-ready can be...discouraging.

Never fear, you waning waxers! We here at LA.com have had similar sufferings. So, despite the June gloom, we've compiled a list of reputable salons from the East to the Westside, that will ensure your peachy bottom-half is fuzz-less by the time the sun decides to stick around.


VALLEY


Flirt Salon
Burbank

Unassuming, yet completely hip, the establishment is clean, the staff if friendly and waxing gurus Meredith and Ginger are guaranteed to help waxing virgins face their fears.
Flirt Salon


Joseph Lamar Salon
Burbank

With a staff of 18 friendly professionals, the establishment has been in business for 15 years. Services include the Playboy and Brazilian Waxes. Complimentary Hors D'Oeuvres and a Pastry Bar sweeten the deal.
Joseph Lamar Salon


Euro Secret Skin Care
North Hollywood

Whether you're looking to spend a day at the spa or go in for a quick Brazilian Wax, this is the place for you. Different types of waxing range from $22 to $75.
Euro Secret


Vanity Private Studio
Toluca Lake

Using a variety of organic products, Liz Norris had made a name for herself. Guests can schedule to have a consultation with Norris before going in for a session. Sign up for the mailing list pays off in the form of discounts and specials on services.
Vanity Private Studio



WESTSIDE


Becky Fisher
West Hollywood

Complete girly-girls and feminists alike have visited Becky and compared her to a waxing rock star.
Becky Fisher


Chess & Burman Salon
Locations in Beverly Hills and Studio City

The site lists all of the salon's staff so customers can contact their salon personnel of choice directly. Each staff member has at least 10 years of experience and brings their own unique sense of style to their station. The salon's website promises to offer a private and personalized atmosphere for the most discriminating Angeleno.
Chess & Burman


Beauty Lab
Culver City

Waxist Margy comes highly recommended. With her unique blue/purple wax, customers call her a miracle worker who makes waxing painless.
Beauty Lab


The BeeHive of Beverly Hills
Beverly Hills

If you've never waxed before and are hesitant about all that involves, the salon recommends you call and schedule a "complimentary consultation and patch test." There are also different menus of waxing treatments for men, women and teens.
The BeeHive


Esther's Place
Beverly Hills

Although it is only open Tuesday through Saturday, clients have highly praised the Russian waxist Esther, who handles all clients herself.
Esther's Place


BEBA Beauty Salon
West Los Angeles

Featured in Allure Magazine's Best in Los Angeles for waxing, the salon uses wax made of natural resins and sunbleached beeswax because the low temperature wax is designed not to irritate the skin. The website even gives you tips on how to prepare for your waxing experience.
Beba Beauty Salon


EASTSIDE


Electroyogi
Mount Washington

Schedule an appointment with electrolysis specialist Nicole Policicchio for a consultation and treatment to learn the facts about different methods of hair removal and why Electroyogi claims electrolysis is the one and only truly permanent method to free yourself of unwanted hair.
Electroyogi


Stark Waxing Studio
Silver Lake

Featured in Lucky, Allure Magazine and Daily Candy, the pros at Stark Waxing Studio use a soft, oil-based wax that sticks only to your hair and not to your skin. The staff can handle the average bikini or Brazilian, take care of any back or chest, and manage smaller-scale projects like ears and nostrils.
Stark Waxing Studio


Le Pink & Co.
Silver Lake

Created in the style of a vintage apothecary, the estheticians here use a French hard wax which is gentler on your skin for more sensitive places and a soft wax for larger areas. With fun names like Britkini (a simple bikini wax for $35), the Oui Oui Bikini (a French bikini wax for $55) and Bikina from Ipanema (a Brazilian wax for $65) you'll forget any pain involved.
Le Pink & Co.


BrauHaus
Pasadena
Sweet Southern girl Lucchese spritzes your sensitive parts with a numbing spray (and offers wax-ees a glass of wine, which can take the edge off even more) before defluffing your muff. Pricey ($70-$80) but pain-free.