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Iconic GIRL To Know: Kim Kimble

In Iconic GIRLS on November 28, 2011 at 1:30 pm
As a third generation hair stylist, Kimberly Kimble has followed in the footsteps of her mother and two grandmothers – creating beautiful style with each mane encountered.
Although she was professionally trained at several locations including the Vidal Sassoon Academy and Dudley Cosmetology University in North Carolina, Kimble’s adeptness as an artist was unmistakably innate.
Whether Kimble is creating a look of red carpet glam, sexy sleek, or an era tribute her seemingly effortless ability to fashion such diverse styles establish her reputation as a style-maker with a limitless and multifaceted talent. Kimble’s list of clientele boasts some of entertainments and Hollywoods most notable names, including Beyonce Knowles, Mary J. Blige, Vanessa Williams, Kerry Washington and Shakira.
Kimble, in addition to developing a product line – Kimble Hair Care Systems, and educating in the classroom, has also built a full service salon, Kimble Hair Studio – located in West Hollywood, CA. Kimble Hair Studio stresses the important of healthy hair maintenance while encouraging stylists to refine their talent and skills through ongoing education.
Kimble’s work has been featured in numerous print publication including Vanity Fair, Allure, InStyle, Essence, Glamour and Vogue. Her national ad campaigns include Pepsi, Neutrogena, Nike, Cover Girl, McDonalds and L’Oreal.  Her clientle includes fab celebs like Beyoncè, Shakira, Kerry Washington, Brittany Spears, Brandy and Stacey Dash.
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