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Although not necessarily a household name nationwide, Kim Kimble is one of the biggest names in Hollywood when it comes to hair. The celebrity hairstylist comes up with the hairstyles worn by many on Hollywood's A-list, including Grammy-winning singers Beyoncé, Mary J. Blige and Shakira. Her clientele also includes the not-so-famous through her successful retail product line and the exclusive Hollywood salon that she runs, Kimble Hair Studio. Staffed by talented but high-strung stylists, the salon is at the crux of this reality series that documents the stylists' fierce rivalry and desire to be on top. Also featured in the series is Kim's mother, Jasmine, a hairstylist and salon owner herself who encouraged her daughter to follow in the family's hairdressing legacy after recognizing Kim's talent at an early age.

Latest episodes

aired 88 days ago
Kim names the new manager for her salon; Terry form an unlikely alliance; the Bronner Brothers Hair Show in Atlanta.
aired 89 days ago
Kim tests Terry and Gocha's management skills with a photo shoot; Leah meets with Jonathan; Gocha shares a secret with Dontay.
aired 90 days ago
Jonathan enrages Kim when he talks about her on live TV; Terry and Gocha co-manage the salon; Leah explores a new business venture.
aired 91 days ago
Kim confronts Jonathan; Gocha is questioned about her loyalty; Kim styles K.Michelle; Leah plans a last minute party for Kim.
aired 92 days ago
Anthony confronts Angela; Kim feels the pressure of a huge business opportunity; a secret about Gocha.
aired 93 days ago
Kim suspects Jonathan of buying out her bag supply and sends her staff on a secret mission; Kim styles Garcelle Beauvais.
aired 94 days ago
Kim and Jonathan move forward with their partnership; Anthony and Naja are suspicious of Gocha and Angela.
aired 95 days ago
Angela approaches Jonathan; Kim makes Gocha project manager for a photo shoot; Kim styles Erica Campbell.
aired 96 days ago
Kim confronts Jonathan about being in her VIP room; secret shoppers visit the salon; China storms out.
aired 97 days ago
Kim styles Zendaya; Dontay tries to get his job back; a team-building exercise in the wilderness spirals into meltdowns; China goes ballistic; Jonathan is caught in Kim's VIP room.
aired 98 days ago
Naja's return drives a wedge between Kim and Leah; China leads a stylists' rebellion; Kim is irritated by Jonathan's extreme lateness; Dontay fights for his job; Kim styles Leela James.
aired 99 days ago
Kim styles Tia Mowry; the Kimble team works at LA Fashion Week; Jonathan is impressed; Kim is shocked by Naja's return to the salon.
aired 100 days ago
Celebrity stylist Jonathan Antin makes a surprise proposal; a new hire sparks trouble in the salon; a key stylist is fired when Kim is pushed to her limit; Kim styles Mary J. Blige.
aired 193 days ago
Kim fights to pull off the hair opera for the sake of her family and her business; project manager Gocha stirs up trouble among the stylists; Leah gets pushed to her breaking point and things explode.
aired 194 days ago
Kimble Studio is doing a hair opera; Kim makes a last-ditch effort to keep Leah working in the salon and puts her in the director's chair; Kim is forced to hire Gocha back.
aired 195 days ago
The Hair Majesty gets hair-raising news from Sheen Magazine; Leah runs to Jonathan Antin to escape the family business; Gocha plots an ambush to get her chair back; Kim styles Mýa; MaCray's starstuck.
aired 196 days ago
After an explosive blowout, Kim does damage control; Jay and Giorgio need to makeup; Kim takes on her biggest business venture yet when she pitches her new line of products to HSN.
aired 197 days ago
The shears come out during Kim's wig and champagne bar launch event; Gocha crashes the party bearing shade; Jay's assistant role pushes her over the edge; stylists come to blows, forcing cameras to shut down.
aired 198 days ago
Tension ignites when Kim holds surprise evaluations; one stylist gets cut from the salon floor; things get turned upside down at a fashion show; Kim takes Gocha to task.
aired 199 days ago
Kim reveals her secret man; Tiger goes behind Kim's back; Kim calls on internet sensation James Wright to help blow up her wig line, but the stylists disapprove.
aired 200 days ago
The shears come out when Kim and Gocha battle for the winning title at a fantasy hair competition; Kim takes her A-Team to style Grammy-award singer Chrisette Michele while Jay and MaCray go on the chopping block.

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