After a long day of besieging steppe settlements, the Mongol hordes liked to kick back with a vigorous massage, a copy of the Daily Khan, and a nice warm glass of fermented yak's milk. Conquer your own serenity with today’s Groupon: for $30, you get $60 worth of salon and spa services, plus 30% off products on the day of service, at Dolce Salon & Spa. Today's deal is valid at Dolce locations in Chandler, Scottsdale, and Peoria.
Dolce Salon & Spa's pampering professionals offer a long list of hair, nail, skin, and body services to smooth and soothe stressed surface areas. Women with manic manes can opt for a haircut and style ($45–$75), and manly guests can choose to barber their craniums for a dapper-er 'do or a snugger Stetson ($30–$60). Freshen up nails with a 40-minute spa manicure ($40) or a 50-minute spa pedicure ($60), both of which include a hydrating hand or foot massage.
Patrons aiming to beautify brows can opt for an eyebrow reshaping ($25), while those looking to move beyond Sharpie eyeliner can learn pro tips during a makeup lesson ($60). Customers can maintain their newfound magnificence at home by picking up products from the salon's in-house arsenal of top tress-taming products from brands such as Goldwell, Kérastase, and Bumble and bumble.
Dolce Salon & Spa
Brandi Nuttall, the owner of Dolce Salon & Spa, must believe that you can never have too much of a good thing. Expanding upon her first and second Dolce locations, which measure in at 12,000 and 13,000 square feet, respectively, she opened the third hub in 2007, and now there is a fourth. The 30,000-square-foot behemoth built in 2007 houses 62 styling stations, 21 spa rooms, 14 pedicure thrones, a makeup counter, a brow bar, and manicure stations. All four locations boast the same services—though at different scales—as well as men’s hair and spa treatments and bridal styling. Unlike hotels that charge extra for doorknobs and oxygen, the salons have a generous streak. They provide hairstyling services to those who donate to Locks of Love, spa services to local foster children, and hair clippings to areas affected by oil spills.