Kirk explains the order in which to use Modefi and comes up with his own content for each product.
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Littleton hairstylist Richard Morrill is on a mission.
He’s attacking dry hair victimized by Colorado’s arid climate. He’s showing fellow hairdressers how to thrive by being better business people. And he’s rebelling against the mass retail market and even online sales.
Morrill, 39, already has earned accolades through a successful career begun at age 16, which led to hairstyling jobs at renowned Hollywood, Beverly Hills and Los Angeles salons and with celebrities(read More)
Modefi is more than just a hair salon. We truly understand how our dry environment in Colorado affects hair and we have created an exclusive hair care product line to combat the damage it causes. We started with winterizing treatments for our clients to utilize during the harsh winters. We then developed treatments for the dry and hot summer months. Hair needs moisture. That’s why we collaborated with a chemist for the last four years to develop our Modefi line of products. All of our products were designed for use in our specific microclimate. It makes us unique among other salons.(read more)
Rock n’ roller turned hairstylist Richard Morrill long ago traded a guitar for a pair of scissors when he opted out of the fledgling band Korn to enroll in beauty school – not exactly a logical career path.
“When I found out James Brown was a hair dresser, I figured if he can do it I can do it,” said Morrill, owner of Modefi salon in Jefferson County. “I have great admiration for James Brown.”(read more)