9NEWS reporter Nick McGill got a Denver Broncos haircut(Photo: KUSA)
KUSA - At the Scissorhand Design Studio in Northglenn, Denver Broncos pride is taking centerstage.
For the past few weeks, die-hard Broncos fans have been showing off their devotion through intricate hair designs. Owner Tejay Mora says since the Broncos clinched a spot in the AFC Championship game he and his crew have done at least 20 of the haircuts.
“It’s a work of art that the city loves and we love doing them” he said.
Each design uses a free-hand technique and varies from Bronco logos to graffiti-style words that support the team. Mora says he’s even done a few portraits, each taking anywhere from 3 to 45 minutes and costing an average of $40.
“It’s just something fun for us to do you know being able to put a team that our heart and our soul is in to and duplicate it on someone’s head like a billboard, it’s amazing,” Mora said
Mora says the designs have become so popular that customers are requesting them when the Broncos aren’t even in season. He says them being in the playoffs has only amplified the number of requests.
“There’s so much love for the Denver Broncos in our city that people are doing them all year-long," he said.
9NEWS reporter Nick McGill gets Denver Broncos haircut. 9NEWS WEB EXTRA. KUSA
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