Brandon Wilson spent his early years growing up around hair. By the time he was in the 11th grade, he was cutting and styling hair himself. Because his mother was a cosmetology instructor, you could say that being a barber was in his blood. When the time came to choose a career path, Brandon entered the military, enlisting in the U.S. Navy. He continued to cut hair even while serving his country, spending 7½ years combined aboard the USS Nassau Hall and USS Gunston Hall. The military taught him several core values he carries with him in his barbering career: honor, courage, and commitment. Educationally, Brandon chose to attend the Bristol School of Hair Design. Between his military service, family background, and professional barbering education, we can provide a unique experience for each of our clients.
Passions fuel Brandon's personal life as well as his career. He is a family man with a wife, two daughters and two step daughters. He has three priorities—God, family, and work. He also believes strongly in the importance of community. This has led him to coach softball and basketball in the past. He also loves Rockabilly culture as well as Custom Culture: specifically old cars, trucks, and motorcycles.