Meet Our Team
My name is Pat Khotphuy, and I have been a working cosmetologist since 2001.
When I was young, I showed interest in hair-styling for friends and family as a hobby. I later pursued a Master Cosmetology License from Savannah Technical College in 2000. After College I was dedicated and passionate about learning every technique and practice hands on training with clients. I have specialized certifications in:
- Formal Styling through Paul Mitchell
- Certification in Keratin Treatments
I got into the Cosmetology business because I love to see results by creating various hairstyles on the great clients I meet every day at Parkway Salon. Hope to see u soon...
"What you think, you become. What you feel, you attract. What you imagine, you create." -Unknown
My name is Jamie Milbrandt and I became a Master Cosmetologist in 2006 after graduating from the Savannah School of Cosmetology. I chose the beauty industry as my profession so that I could spend my days being creative and active.
The best part of my career is when I teach my clients something new about their hair and seeing the look on their faces as if a big mystery has been solved.
My role model is Hedy Lamarr, she was a movie star and invented technology fundamental to Wi-Fi and Bluetooth (both brains and beauty).
“Courage is not having the strength to go on, it is going on when you don’t have the strength.” -Theodore Roosevelt
My name is Brianna, and I became a Master Cosmetologist in 2010 after graduation from Savannah Technical College.
I enjoy my profession, I love trying new styles and experimenting with new colors. Being a cosmetologist allows me the opportunity to be creative and there is truly nothing else that I would rather do.
My Role model is my mom. She always did my hair growing up and wanted to become a stylist herself. She inspired me to do this with my life.
“Be who you are and say what you feel because those who matter don’t mind and those who mind don’t matter.” -Unknown
My name is Nickie Williams; I graduated from the Savannah Technical College’s Cosmetology program in 2014 and I hold a Master Cosmetology license.
The cosmetology industry is where I’ve always wanted to be. After my children were grown I pursued my desire to be a hairstylist and I’ve loved every moment. (And when you love what you do, it doesn't feel like a job.)
Within my profession I have the privilege of meeting new people and enhancing their day with a great color or cut. I take pride in educating my clients on the home hair care needs of their style (providing lasting results), and building life moments one-by-one through conversations.
“What if I fall? Oh, but my darling, what if you fly?” -Erin Hanson
My name is Lori Smith, and I've been a master cosmetologist since 1999.
My role model was my stepmother, Dana; she inspired me to enter the cosmetology industry. Dana owned her own salon and she assured me that a cosmetologist would always be needed and appreciated. One of the highlights of my profession is seeing someone smile when they look in the mirror; I love this feeling and I know I've made their day better.
As both a cosmetologist and Savannah native, I'm excited to be a member of this amazing team of talented ladies.
“To love is to admire with the heart; to admire is to love with the mind.” -Théophile Gautier
My name is Brittney Nielsen and I came into the exciting world of cosmetology as an apprentice in 2013.
Throughout my career I’ve had the privilege of working with many amazing professionals such as Maurice Tidy and Albie Mulcahy, and have trained in the dry sculpting method created by celebrity stylist John Sahag. Locally, I’ve had the pleasure of working with both the Gaucho and Junk 2 Funk fashion shows, as well as contributing to numerous photo shoots with South Magazine.
I am extremely fortunate to have learned from the best of the best and I’m excited to continue learning here at Parkway Salon.
My role models range from the inspirational Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon to the spunky fashions of Betsey Johnson.
“Pour yourself a drink, put on some lipstick, and pull yourself together.” -Elizabeth Taylor