The color fuchsia has long been heralded for its therapeutic properties, which is how Barbie still manages to look so good after 51 years of being unable to blink. Reap the youth-restoring power of pink with today's Groupon to Fuchsia in Mesa. Choose between the following options:
- For $42, you get a Shellac manicure (a $45 value) and a Pink pedicure (a $39 value; an $84 total value).
- For $79, you get a Micro Me microdermabrasion (a $75 value), an add-on facial (a $30 value), a microcurrent add-on (a $30 value), and a two-layer eyelift (a $25 value; a $160 total value).
Fuchsia's nimble-fingered staff trims, tidies, and soothes patrons with an array of services, earning the spa recognition as one of the Top 10 Value Spas Worldwide by Gayot. A Shellac manicure shapes keratin deposits and slathers them with a durable Shellac polish, distracting the rest of the body with a mask, cuticle pampering, and thorough hand massage. The Pink pedicure cleanses feet with a sugar scrub, banishing callous hitchhikers before moisturizing the sandal jockeys and kneading away their tension.
Facial services force fine lines and wrinkles to scurry from the skin's smoothened surface. The Micro Me Microderm employs a host of diamonds to tame damaged skin and expose the radiant nougat filling beneath. A microcurrent treatment and a facial double-team visages with revitalizing moisture and massage. The inclusion of a two-layer eyelift also turns scowls upside down, giving customers unparalleled views of passing pedestrians' foreheads.
Beauty junkie Lisa Vukonich and former tomboy Erin Owens are the brainchildren behind this unpretentious pampering playhouse. Their collective mission is to bring decadent treatments to the everyday girl. Before treatment, clients chitchat in the pink- and chocolate-toned waiting area, bathing in the glow of the spa's ornate chandelier. Movie mavens can also direct their waiting eyes to the flat-screen TV, which plays such favored chick flicks as The Princess Bride and Die Hard Part IV: These Curtains Are To Die For.
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.
1854 S Val Vista Dr.
Mesa, Arizona 85204Get Directions