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Hairstylist returns to Brookings, opens Chetco Avenue salon Print E-mail
Written by Marge Woodfin, Pilot staff writer   
January 15, 2011 04:00 am

Brittany Jenkins is owner of Modele Salon.
Brittany Jenkins, owner of the new Modele Salon at 519 Chetco Ave., is excited about her new business venture and happy to be back in Brookings.

She said she has been very busy setting up and decorating the salon to create a relaxing urban environment for her clients, with just a touch of big city style, using only the best and latest high end products to provide the newest styles in cut and color, her specialties.

Those products include Bumble and Bumble shampoo, hair crème, and styling products, all rated four-star. Brittany specializes in consultations to ensure her clients receive the appropriate desired services that will enhance their natural beauty.

Brittany said since high school she has taken every opportunity to educate herself about the very best in hair care.

Before leaving Brookings, she worked as a receptionist at the Tress FX salon in Harbor, completed training at Vogue Beauty Academy in 2002, and attended many workshops and classes in Los Angeles and New York – always pursuing the latest product and styling information to provide the best for her clients.

Brittany and her husband, Charles, who is a physical education and health teacher, are both graduates of Brookings-Harbor High School. Charles graduated in 1997 and Brittany in 1998, and they both say they are delighted to be back on the beautiful Curry County coast.

Brittany said she and Charles agreed their children, 2-year old June and 1-year old Jameson, should grow up in Brookings as they did,

“Ten years was long enough to live in the big city of Portland,” Brittany said,  “and we are having a great time reestablishing old friendships in Curry County. It’s nice reconnecting with people.”

She added, “I’m happy that I have been doing a lot of consultations since I opened, Oct. 5. I love that. I provide my clients with confidential service, and enjoy sharing my education about the best in hair care.”

To make an appointment for consultation or services, call Brittany at 541-813-1800.

 

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