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Beyoncé let a little Sasha Fierce out at the 2010 Grammy Awards - donning a touch of rocker glitz in her hair. Zelana asks ...
Beyoncé’s hairstylist, Kimberly Kimble, to give us the inside scoop on products she uses to get the look. Featuring Kimble Hair Care Products and the finishing touch: Bella Via metallic ribbon strands!
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Zelana: Beyonce known for her ever changing style. Her look on the Grammy’s carpet was a slick and sophisticated with just a touch of rocker glitz. This sparkling due is the brain child of her celebrity secret weapon Kimberly Kimble. What inspired you to create Beyonce’s red carpet Grammy look? Kimberly: Well there were two reasons why we end up doing the head that we did, the first was she wanted her hair that was going to move for her performance. She wants to be whipping that hair around, so of course either something very slick and straight works for that. And the dress she wore was very structure with, so the pass and had a lots of detail in the dress with in ones over power the dress. So the first thing we did was we blow dry the hair straight. Most of the time the hair and the roots are very healthy but it’s the end that have a tendency to get really dry and brittle, so I'm putting a little bit of leaving conditioner. So the secret to getting really great straight hair is you want to start off with the paddle brush because that going to make it really flat and its going to really help straighten the hair. So the next step we’re going to do is really define part. We’re going to pick which side looks best with your face and you know what it’s the same side like Beyonce had hers on. So now we’re going to flat iron and sort of get really bone straight slick. If you have thicker hair or very much more course of curly hair, you’ll take smaller section. Zelana: You work with Beyonce all the time, what its like to be with her? Kimberly: She’s very professional, she knows what she wants, collaborated when she comes in, rehearses. We have a chance to see what the performance is going to be like. Zelana: So a lot of her hairstyle comes from actually looking at her performance to see how it’s going to moves. Kimberly: Yeah performance and clothes. So you got a couple of fly away, I’m going to smooth it out with a little bit of serum just like I did with Beyonce so her hair can look flawless in the red carpet. Last but not the least the hair tense is going to give an extra sparkle. To really show this off you want to put them when the hair is already parting. You take just a little like maybe six strands of your hair, very small section. Take two pieces of the tensile put it into a loop, wrap it around the hair and pull the end into the loop and then just squeeze it all the way down into the base and tie it into a little knot. So what do you think? Zelana: Am I ready to party with the single ladies? Kimberly: Honey with this hair you won’t be single long. Zelana: I’m Zelana thanks for watching bellaTV, stay beautiful.