Brandon Liberati is a hairstylist known for his ability to work with all hair types, textures, hair extensions and wigs. Allowing his clients the ability to showcase their natural beauty or completely transform. Working in the industry for over 20 years, Brandon is a television personality, and hair cutting educator for Hattori Hanzo Shears. He divides his time between Los Angeles and New York.
Working with top stars in TV, Film, Music and on Broadway, his celebrity client list includes Rock and Roll Hall of Famers The Go-Go's: Belinda Carlisle, Jane Wiedlan, Charlotte Caffey, Gina Schock and Kathy Valentine. The popular rock & roll party music band, The B-52s: Kate Pierson, Cindy Wilson and Fred Schneider. Other celebrities he has worked with are Mena Suvari, Taryn Manning, Darren Criss, Meg Donnelly, Anne Winters, Kathrine Narducci, Paula Abdul, Kimmy Shields, Delilah Belle, Teresa Giudice, Naomi Grossman, Colin Quinn, Jo Lo Truglio and Dan Reynolds of Imagine Dragons.
Brandon was a hairstylist on Lady Gaga's hit music video "Stupid Love", before creating hair looks for Lady Gaga's Haus Labs cosmetic line campaign. His work and beauty expertise is featured in magazines such as: W, InStyle, WWD, New Beauty, Essence, Women's Health, Cosmopolitan, Modern Salon, Posture Magazine, The New York Post and People to name a few.
In the field of hair education Brandon has served as a haircutting expert and styling educator for David Wagner's salon Juut, an Aveda concept salon, also as a Bumble and Bumble Network Educator, and a creative director for a popular hair extension brand. Brandon is currently one of the top guest celebrity haircutting educators for Hattori Hanzo Shears.
In fashion, Brandon has created looks for every major fashion week around the world working with Streeters Agency in London. He was the lead hairstylist in 2020 for Christian Cowan's International Women's Day Power Puff Girls Fashion Show featuring talent like Meghan Trainor and Delilah Belle.
In front of the camera, Brandon was a star of the hit reality show Newlyweds, The First Year on Bravo TV and has appeared on Shahs of Sunset, The Real Housewives, Watch What Happens Live, American Beauty Star, Buzzfeed and RuPaul's Drag U.
More recently, his transformation of Emmy Award winning actress Anne Winters into Madonna went viral. Working alongside celebrity makeup artist Michael Anthony, they recreated the Queen of Pop's iconic looks which placed Anne in the running for the star role of Madonna's upcoming biopic.
In 2022, Brandon was nominated for The Hairstyling Award at the 7th Hollywood Beauty Awards.