$95 for Three Salon Packages with Shampoo, Deep Conditioning, Head Massage, and Style at Fuchsia in Mesa ($195 Value)

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Hot-pink spa featured on Fox News and in Everyday with Rachael Ray

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Expires Oct 1st, 2012. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. New clients only. Services must be used by the same person. Closed Mondays and Tuesdays, July 9th through end of September. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Smoothing out your hair in the morning is a hassle, typically involving haranguing it with a straightening iron or running it through the fingers of a jazz pianist. Simplify your routine with this Groupon.

$95 for Three Salon Packages ($195 Value)

Each one-hour package begins with a shampoo and a decadently healing dose of Alterna deep conditioner, which is designed to repair dry hair. Clients enjoy a scalp massage while the conditioner soaks into strands for about 10 minutes. Next, a stylist blow-dries hair and styles it using tools, such as flat irons and curling irons, to achieve the customer's chosen look.

Fuchsia

Fuchsia lives up to its incandescent name: its hot-pink walls vibrate under shimmering chandeliers. Profiled by ABC's The Revolution, Good Morning Arizona, and magazines such as Everyday with Rachael Ray, the spa pampers its guests so thoroughly, it's earned a spot on Gayot's list of Top 10 Value Spas in the world.

Visitors call in or make online appointments to be bundled in body wraps, receive custom facials, or spruce up their nails. Massages take place in private suites where customers can tune into their own iPods, and hair-removal services prep parties for windstorms in velcro factories. The spa also contains a blow-dry bar and racks of boutique accessories and skincare products.

Fuchsia

Fuchsia lives up to its incandescent name: its hot-pink walls vibrate under shimmering chandeliers. The pink ceiling curves and cuts away to expose industrial chrome pipes reflecting the script of a neon fuchsia Fuchsia sign. Profiled by ABC's The Revolution, Good Morning Arizona, and magazines such as Everyday with Rachael Ray, the spa pampers its guests so thoroughly, it's earned a spot on Gayot's list of Top 10 Value Spas in the world.

Visitors call in or make online appointments to be bundled in body wraps, receive custom facials, or spruce up their nails. Massages take place in private suites where customers can tune into their own iPods, and hair-removal services prep parties for windstorms in velcro factories. The spa also contains a blow-dry bar, a makeup-artistry station, and shelves and racks of boutique apparel, accessories, and skincare products.

Upkeep essentials, such as electric toothbrushes and laser hair removal