Follows celebrity hair stylist Kim Kimble, as she coifs Hollywood A-listers. When it comes to celebrity hair, Kim is one of the biggest names in Hollywood. From movies to music, Kim is an ... See full summary »
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Follows celebrity hair stylist Kim Kimble, as she coifs Hollywood A-listers. When it comes to celebrity hair, Kim is one of the biggest names in Hollywood. From movies to music, Kim is an image maker and a trendsetter. Beyonce, Mary J. Blige, Kelly Rowland and Shakira are just a handful of A-listers who keep Kim's number on speed dial so she can whip up their custom styles and images for glamorous events. While handling her star-studded clientèle is a full time job, this elite style queen also manages a successful retail product line and runs an exclusive Hollywood salon staffed with talented but high-strung stylists, including her mother! Rivalry is fierce and the desire to be on top is even fiercer. Hair isn't the only thing in this salon that gets cut. Written by WE TV

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Should be named "The Fake Divas of LA"
7 August 2014 | by (Florida) – See all my reviews

One of the worst reality shows on TV. The only real (and best) part of the show was the "Panera Bread" commercial. This show is exploding with more gossip, trash talking, and wanna be's posing as professional (or lack thereof) hair stylist than any other show on TV. From the two sisters running the place to the stomach churning Caucasian gay men wishing they were black women, this show has everything I never wanted to watch on TV. As if the gossip, drama, and trash talking wasn't enough in our real lives, there's this trashy show to fill in the voids... and then some. Last but not least, the people filling the cast are about as phony as can be. They seem to know it too, because they're constantly calling each other "fake", a word that would describe each and everyone on the set. The drama they create between themselves makes one wonder just what type of clients they work on, because there's no way I could stand enduring five minutes of the back stabbing drama created by these very unprofessional hair stylist, never mind having to sit through an entire haircut while listening to this garbage. I gave this 2 points based on companies' willing to advertise their products during this trash.


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