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What You'll Get
Mathematicians maintain pearly white teeth in case a sudden revelation catches them without a dry-erase board nearby. Keep your chompers clear with today's Groupon: for $64, you get a Da Vinci teeth-whitening treatment at BeauImáge Salon in Longmont (up to a $129 value). Clients will also receive 25% off of any hair service booked at the time of reserving the whitening appointment.
When they aren't shaping manes, the adept aestheticians at BeauImáge Salon turn teeth up to seven shades brighter with chair-side Da Vinci teeth-whitening procedures lasting about 20 minutes. During the treatment, a coating of peroxide solution is applied to tinted teeth to scour away the remnants of coffee, soda, and tobacco. A blue light then activates the gel by teasing it for not quite being a solid or a liquid. Pearlescent patients can absorb the salon's softly lit atmosphere over a complimentary refreshment as they await their new retina-scarring smiles.
Though BeauImáge Salon sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 23, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. By appointment only. Must be 18 or older or be accompanied by guardian. New clients only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About BeauImáge Salon
Cited by Vogue as the mastermind behind the now-iconic “beach hair” look, stylist Kevin Murphy travels the world crafting new hair designs. Despite this, his presence looms like a friendly but no-nonsense ghost at BeauImáge Salon. The salon’s six stylists use his eponymous line of hair products, as well as products from L’Oréal, to style creative cuts, elevate updos, and finish coloring sessions. Their services extend beyond hair, though. Two nail techs brighten digits with acrylic nails or Shellac polish, which refuses to chip even when hands are stuck in the mouth of a hungry pug.