Brandy Williams-Bangs Salon
5135 Mayfield Rd. Lyndhurst,
Lyndhurst, Ohio 44124
Hair And The Blog: How long have you been in the beauty industry?
Brandy Williams: I started at the age of 19, so I’ve been in the beauty/hair industry for 20 years.
Hair And The Blog What has been your biggest challenge in the beauty/hair industry?
Brandy Williams: I would say my biggest challenge in the beauty/hair industry would be getting people to understand what I do isn’t just a job, it’s a career that I respect and take very seriously.
Hair And The Blog: What do you think defines customer service?
Brandy Williams: Preparation defines customer service to me. For example: how you greet your clients, proper consultation, and great realistic ending results.
Hair And The Blog: Who/what inspires you?
Brandy Williams: The people that inspire me are the ones who have a dream, write it down, and see it through. The ones that aren’t afraid to step out on faith and not make excuses if they get knocked down. Who cares what anyone thinks, get up and try again. I feel like if you don’t keep pushing forward you are your own worst enemy.
Hair And The Blog: How do you stay up to date on the latest style trends?
Brandy Williams: A great way to stay up on the latest trends is the obvious, social media. For example, Hair and the Blog is a great outlet to see what other artists in the industry are creating. It provides a wide mix of the beauty and hair industry. No two artist are alike, but I’m always intrigued to see what’s hot and what needs to transition into the future.
Hair And The Blog: What would you like to see more of in this industry?
Brandy Williams: What I would like to see more of in the industry is comradery. I feel like the beauty/hair industry is losing focus on what the task is at hand, which is showing each other how to get to the next level without the negativity. Now I understand you must do you and represent that to the fullest, but we need more people that can lead by example. My model is “aspire to inspire”.
Hair And The Blog: What should we be expecting next from you?
The next thing you can expect from me is stepping more into the educator role. Don’t get me wrong, I love doing
hair, but I want other artists in the industry to have something to look up to when times get hard. I want people to say she always had a lot of knowledge. I ultimately want to leave behind a legacy of excellence.
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