LA Hair – When Drama gets annoying
Category: Reality- TV
Actors: Kim Kimble
Channel: WE TV
Duration: 42 min
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The Reality TV-Show LA Hair has reached its second season. Starring Kim Kimble, a well- established celebrity hair stylist – probably not well-established enough to make it without a TV-Show – who runs a hair salon with her mother and (since season 2) her sister, her stylists Terry, Dontay, Angela and China, and her snappy receptionist Anthony.
Season one was, well, somewhat entertaining and filled with the right amount of drama, but at the same time it showed that Kim doesn’t have her employees under control. She constantly made the wrong decisions, such as putting China in the manager position, knowing that her and Angela hate each other, and China would use her new “powers” against Angela. Okay, I guess that was probably a smart move to create some drama and keep people watching. And obviously it worked since WE TV decided to renew the season.
Last week the 6th episode has been aired, and it just got more and more chaotic and dramatic. But it’s the kind of drama that gets you upset and not entertained. How can Kim let her own staff run her over like that? If someone doesn’t have his team in check, what does that say about that person? It gives her a bad name, if you ask me. It is not fun to watch any more. It gets more and more painful with each episode. Why would you let your staff argue in front of clients, and why aren’t there any consequences? Sure, the hair stylists seem to have skills, but if someone endangered my reputation by constantly acting a fool, I would have to let that person go! But Kim Kimble doesn’t seem to have the guts to do that. And the worst thing is once you start watching an episode, it’s like a car wreck, you want to turn away but you just can’t. I am sure a lot of people watch it, but I wouldn’t want my business to be represented like that.
Kim Kimble needs to end this show immediately if she wants to be taken seriously in my opinion. It’s not a game, it’s her business.