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Brandi Deleshaw

Not only was Brandi (she/her) our first apprentice, she is now our Director of Education.

   For Brandi, hair is a means to center play and imagination in her care for other people. Exchanging ideas and cultivating joy are core to her approach. Sometimes, she invites clients to sketch with her to figure out where they’re headed. Brandi loves training emerging stylists in our apprentice program, and is ever-motivated by curiosity for what’s next. Brandi will always have a soft spot for the emo culture that brought her to hair. She also appreciates seemingly effortless, elegant-but-lived-in haircuts tailored to suit your needs. 

What will we talk about in your chair?

TV I’ve been watching (usually Love Island UK), music I’ve been listening to, and different ways for you to style your hair at home.

Astrological sign?


Introvert or extrovert? 


How do you want people to feel when they walk out of the salon?

Confident and like they can accomplish anything.

Hair must have?

  1. New Wash
  2. Reverie- Milk
  3. Cult& King Tonic for scalp
  4. Reverie- Mare
  5. Either blow dry, or sleep on it wet.

Top 3 Prince Songs?

  1. Nothing Compares 2 U (feat Rosie Gaines)
  2. Little Red Corvette
  3. I Feel for You

Describe Athens in 3 words. 

Community, home, evolving

What do you consider the most overrated virtue? 


What do you value most in your friends?

honesty and compassion

Style Icon?

Alexa Chung

Who would play you in a movie?

Aubrey Plaza

What’s your go-to Karaoke song?

Complicated- Avril Lavigne

Who are your favorite writers?

Orion Carloto, Eve Babitz

What’s your most overused word or phrase?


What’s one non hair thing you want to learn?

How to play an instrument.

How many steps in your skincare routine?


Who are your Top 3 artists on Spotify?

Ethel Cain, Lana del Rey, Paramore

How many times do you hit snooze in the morning?

“I don’t- if I don’t get up on the first alarm, it’s game over for me.”

What’s always in your fridge?

Oat milk, pickles, eggs

What’s the best piece of advice you’ve ever been given?

“Stop worrying about things you have no control over.” (I’m still working on this one.)