It’s been just over a week since the 2018 MTV Video Awards—and exactly a week since Nicki Minaj’s longtime hairstylist Kim Kimble engaged in a public tête-à-tête with Cardi B’s mane man, Tokyo Stylez, after the latter insulted Minaj’s VMA hairstyle. In the aftermath, it seems the fur kept flying, since as of Monday,…
One is a legend in the hair game and the other is steadily making a name for himself creating of-the-moment looks for any number of famous heads, but an exchange of shade between celebrity hair gurus Kim Kimble and Tokyo Stylez this week sparked a lengthy debate about who really gets to call themselves a hairstylist.
When news broke that Nicki Minaj was covering July’s issue of Elle magazine, photographed by Chanel head of house Karl Lagerfeld, all fashion-loving (and Nicki-loving) eyes instantly turned to the internet to see what provocative imagery the rap star would be serving this time around.
Whether or not you’ve seen A Wrinkle in Time yet, you’ve undoubtedly seen images of the great and powerful O (as we like to call her here at The Glow Up) as we’ve never seen her before: blond, baby.
Some reality stars are just reality stars. Kim Kimble was a star hairstylist long before her WeTV show L.A. Hair debuted in 2012, and she’s still one today. Her receipts run deep: Yes, she’s even slayed Queen Bey. Multiple times. On tour. Lemonade. Going way back to Austin Powers in Goldmember.