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OK! Exclusive Video: Kim Kimble Argues With A Model Who Refuses To Blowout Her Natural Hair For Korto Momolu’s Fashion Show In L.A. Hair Clip

We all know Kim Kimble plays no games when it comes to her business. But the hair guru appears to have possibly met her match while styling models during Thursday night’s episode of L.A. Hair!

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In a preview clip from the Sept. 3 episode of the show, Kimble and her team are tasked with prepping models for a fashion show being put on by designer Korto Momolu. The situation is pretty much drama free until one model informs Kimble that she will not be allowing any heat to be put on her natural hair for the show.

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The model explains that she wants to avoid blowing out her hair since she has a modeling gig the following day that requires her hair to look the same way. However, Kimble isn’t initially willing to compromise with the model, setting off a pretty heated argument between the two!

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Watch Kim and the model fight it out over the model’s hair in the preview clip above!

Do you think Kim was right to challenge the model’s request not to blowdry her hair? Tweet us @OKMagazine or let us know in the comments section below.

You can catch the latest episode of L.A. Hair on Thursday at 10 p.m. EST on WE tv.

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