(BPRW) Celebrity Hairstylist and Instagram Influencer Kim Kimble Celebrates Afro-Latina Hair with “Protective Styling,” The Second Episode of “My HAIRstory!” on Friday, Oct. 15 | Press releases

(BPRW) Movie star Hairstylist and Instagram Influencer Kim Kimble Celebrates Afro-Latina Hair with “Protective Styling,” The 2nd Episode of “My HAIRstory!” on Friday, Oct. fifteen

Social Media Hair Tutorial Collection is Influenced by Figures From Cartoon Network’s Hit Collection Craig of the Creek Verify Out the “My HAIRstory!

(Black PR Wire) – Burbank, CA – Honoring Hispanic Heritage Thirty day period and the range within just Black and Brown communities, the second episode of “My HAIRstory!” debuts on Friday, Oct. fifteen at 3:00 p.m. ET/twelve:00 p.m. PT. The three-part hair tutorial that includes designs from Cartoon Network’s Emmy-, GLAAD- and NAACP Impression Award-nominated series Craig of the Creek is hosted by celebrity hairstylist and Instagram influencer Kim Kimble. A hairstylist with an spectacular celebrity clientele roster which include Beyoncé, Zendaya, Rihanna, Mary J. Blige, Oprah, and extra, Kimble will amplify the magnificence of all Black hair types by highlighting the significance of protective hairstyles. Watch the Episode 2 Teaser by clicking right here.

Every single “My HAIRstory!” episode is encouraged by a character’s hairstyle highlighted in Craig of the Creek and will be released on Kimble’s Instagram account. Followers are invited to interact with Kimble throughout the initial 30 minutes of the launch of every episode by asking a dilemma in the reviews segment of her IGTV post. The collection will be recorded and readily available on Cartoon Network’s YouTube channel.

In the second episode, “Protective Styling,” Francis Hall and her Afro-Latina daughter, Haydee Belle, sign up for Kimble as she tackles the stage-by-stage approach of cornrows, a adaptable and popular design. “Protective Styling” will help viewers really feel self-confident and equipped to cornrow their minimal one’s hair. Kimble shares which comb to use, how to segment/part the hair, how to cornrow evenly with minimal scalp pressure, and how to protected cornrows with hair jewels, rubber bands and extra. 

The initial episode, “Wash Day,” premiered on Countrywide Hair Day on Oct. 1 and is readily available to perspective on Cartoon Network’s YouTube Channel. The “My HAIRstory!” finale premieres on Intercontinental Animation Day (Thursday, Oct. 28) and celebrates a single of the most popular and fuss-cost-free hairstyles highlighted in Craig of the Creek – locs. Loctician Joseph Barreto, a.k.a. thelocbarber, partners with Kimble to design and moisturize his son Josiah’s hair into a super awesome glimpse, a mohawk making use of the barrel roll process.

Craig of the Creek follows a precocious, animated character named Craig as he prospects his ideal pals J.P. and Kelsey on comical journeys at their community creek, reworking everyday afternoons into thrilling expeditions by way of imaginative play. The collection connects with viewers by way of its relatable people and common storylines, and also features authentic depictions of Black hairstyles.  

Viewers can tune into Craig of the Creek every weekday at four:00 p.m. ET/PT and weekends at 1:00 p.m. ET/PT on Cartoon Community. Additionally, catch an all-new Halloween specific on Monday, Oct. twenty five at 7:00 p.m. ET/PT. Whole episodes of Craig of the Creek are also available online and by way of the Cartoon Community Application. Seasons 1 and 2 are now streaming on HBO Max.

During the month of October, followers are invited to sign up for the conversation and share their favorite Craig of the Creek hairstyle by tagging Cartoon Community on Instagram, TikTok, Twitter, and Facebook, and making use of the hashtags #MyHairStory, #CraigoftheCreek and #CartoonNetwork.

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