You just may know her from her role in Tyler Perry's "Diary of a Mad Black Woman," "Almost Christmas" and countless other films. She has also worked alongside actors like Denzel Washington, Forest Whitaker, and Bruce Willis.
I had the opportunity to chat with Kimberly about her natural hair and healthy living journey, along with her new hair product, Alchemy 27. Check out the interview below! (and learn where you can grab your discount code)
When it comes to the world of beauty , it can certainly lead to a world of intimidation. From the latest trends, social pressures of keeping our eyebrows on fleek or keeping our contour game 100%. But great skincare really isn't that complicated or at least it shouldn't be. Whether you've got dry skin, combination skin or oily, I'm sure you've experienced a market place saturated with millions of products claiming to rid you of your most annoying beauty ailments. Many to which simply will not work for many of us. Here are five simple beauty rules to live by that are sure to keep your skin looking its best.
Spring is on its way in Canada and I couldn't be more grateful! The trees are budding, friends, clients and collaborators are coming out of hiding in their offices and music festival season has begun! The most exciting part of festival season, for me, is the fashion. I'm a hippy at heart so when fringe, suede, large hats and interesting hairdos are back on full display it makes me smile.
Is my hair too ethnic for you? Too distracting? Too Black?
I’d be lying if I said those thoughts haven’t crossed my mind from time to time as I styled my hair. Even this morning, when I tried out a puff-ponytail faux hawk for the first time. Today was my son’s very first day of soccer practice and as I was getting ready to do my hair, for the slightest second I thought, “Will the other parents look at me strangely?” Last year when I was starting a new job, I contemplated if getting crochet twists would be “too much.”