Dec 28, 2016 10:50 AM EST
Universal College of Beauty of Los Angeles Celebrity Hair Stylist Kim Kimble Launches New Product Line
Kim Kimble is a sought after hair stylist. That is because Hollywood's elites could not make a red carpet appearance without the official celebrity hair dresser and hair expert.
That is because Kim Kimble was trained at the Universal College of Beauty of Los Angeles. There is such a thing as beauty school in Leimert Park, Culver City. She also had training at the Culver City College of Beauty, Vidal Sassoon Academy and at the Dudley Cosmetology University in North Carolina, too. She made sure to invest in education dedicated to her craft. This was more than two decades ago.
Since then, she was able to open multiple salons. But Kim Kimble made her big break in the industry during a movie called "B.A.P.S." It starred Halle Berry. That was when her name started to make its rounds in the Hollywood world. While she is mostly known for her periodic styles in "Dreamgirls," she has a list of high profile clientele on the side, as reported by Global News Wire. She has worked with several celebrities such as Jada Pinkett-Smith, Beyonce Knowles, Shakira and Serena. And her work can be seen in concerts, television, magazine, music videos, movies and even beauty expos.
After investing in beauty education and garnered a list of celebrity clients, this sought after hair professional is opening a new product line exclusively with HSN, as reported by HSN. On Thursday and Friday, (December 29 at 6:00 PM and December 30 at 6:00 AM), Kim Kimble is launching a new product line called "Kim Kimble Professional Products."
The new product line is designed for all hair types. According to Kimble, she believes that styling and a healthy hair should co-exist. This is why she created her new product line. Partnering with HSN, the two hair-power houses are sharing their love of hair and to educate customers about caring for their hair.
Check out Kim Kimble's latest hair tip below:
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