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[05/02/13 - 08:30 AM]
WE tv's "L.A. Hair" Season 2 and New Series "House of Curves" Premiere This June
They're both set for Thursday nights beginning June 6 and June 13, respectively.

[via press release from WE tv]

The Business of Beauty Isn't Always So Glamorous

This June, WE tv's Thursday Night Lineup Spotlights Two Businesswomen Whose Passion Drives Their Industry - and their Colleagues - Crazy!

WE tv's L.A. HAIR RETURNS FOR SEASON TWO THURSDAY, JUNE 6 AT 10 PM ET/PT AS KIM KIMBLE CONTINUES TO WHIP CELEBRITY MANES - AND HER STAFF - INTO SHAPE

For a Sneak Peek at L.A. HAIR Season Two, Visit: http://youtu.be/SfFCofF0lCY

NEW ORIGINAL DOCU-SOAP HOUSE OF CURVES, PREMIERING THURSDAY, JUNE 13 AT 10 PM ET/PT, FOLLOWS PLUS-SIZE DESIGNER KENYATTA JONES IN THE SKINNY WORLD OF FASHION

Check out the First Look at HOUSE OF CURVES Here: http://youtu.be/8mbtXMYnfDc

NEW YORK - May 2, 2013 - This June, WE tv puts the spotlight on two fierce and fabulous women who are in the business of making people look good, and who all about their own businesses: Kim Kimble in season two of L.A. HAIR and Kenyatta Jones from the brand-new unscripted series, HOUSE OF CURVES.

WE tv's stylish Thursday nights kick off with season two of L.A. HAIR - premiering Thursday, June 6 at a special time 10 PM ET/PT with 11, one-hour episodes - following hairstylist to the stars, Kim Kimble. This season, Kim rises to new heights while whipping the manes of celebrities including Chaka Khan, Michelle Williams, Vivica Fox, Lil' Mama, LisaRaye, Kyla Pratt, Faith Evans, Fantasia, LeToya Luckett and Debbie Allen. She continues to build up her business and brand while dealing with the drama of her stylists. With the construction on her new salon finally complete, Kim relocates her staff to her high-end salon in the heart of West Hollywood, where she's adding an A-list nail technician to her team of high-strung diva stylists. She also sets out to expand her brand with the creation of new hair products and services, but her lofty ideas and chaotic schedule become difficult to balance, so she brings in her bossy sister Leah to help her manage it all. But working with her no-nonsense older sibling for the first time in her life may have just brought Kim more drama than she can handle.

In the season two premiere, Kim unveils her posh new West Hollywood salon. Her first order of business: personnel changes. China is demoted and Kim's sister takes over as salon manager; Kim also hires a celebrity nail tech who wreaks havoc the minute she steps foot in the salon; and season one's cliffhanger is finally answered: will Angela be persona non grata in Kim's new salon or will she give her a second chance? After the season premiere, new episodes of L.A. HAIR will air in its regular timeslot Thursdays at 9 PM ET/PT (beginning June 13).

HOUSE OF CURVES, premiering Thursday, June 13 at 10 PM ET/PT with six, hour-long episodes, follows the passionate and hilarious trials of Atlanta based, plus-size clothing designer Kenyatta Jones as she kicks down the doors of fashion with her six-inch stilettos, teetering on the precipice of making it big in the fierce world of fashion. Kenyatta is the CEO of Bella René and has designed her dream wardrobe for plus-sized women. With her two best friends from college, an assistant with an attitude and her mother as her main investor, Kenyatta and company will do anything to expand their brand. Mishaps, misadventures and in-house bickering may get in the way of the dream, but in the end, her girls always have Kenyatta's back. The team is put to the test when Kenyatta and crew compete for recognition in the fashion capital of the world, New York City.

In the premiere episode titled "Full Fashion Frenzy," Kenyatta and her team prepare for Bella René's Spring Fashion Show. Kendra, creative director for Bella René, and Sherlynda, seamstress and former creative director for Bella René, try to outdo each other as they vie to be Kenyatta's number two. When the right buyers don't show up at the fashion show, Kenyatta makes a power move to get Bella René back on track.

GET MORE L.A. HAIR AND HOUSE OF CURVES AT WEtv.COM

For more information on L.A. HAIR, go to WEtv.com for exclusive videos, photos, bios and blogs from cast members. And don't miss a single snip, curl or weave with WEtv.com's Glam & Go virtual salon where show fans can experiment with fierce L.A. hairstyles by simply uploading their photo to test out different looks.

Check out WEtv.com's exclusive HOUSE OF CURVES meme generator and share your favorite quotes from each episode, as well as create your very own! Also, visit WEtv.com for sneak peeks, must-see freakout moments and a first look at Kenyatta's Bella René showroom. Like us on Facebook and follow @WEtv on Twitter (hashtag: #LAHair and #HouseofCurves) for inside information and special giveaways.

L.A. HAIR is produced for WE tv by Eyeworks USA, and executive produced by JD Roth, Todd A. Nelson, DJ Nurre and Heidi Dahmen. Lauren P. Gellert and Suzanne Murch serve as executive producers for WE tv.

HOUSE OF CURVES is produced for WE tv by Pie Town Productions and executive produced by Tara Sandler, Jennifer Davidson, Scott Templeton and Jennifer Lane. Lauren P. Gellert and Kate Farrell serve as executive producers for WE tv.

About WE tv

WE tv (www.wetv.com) is the women's network that features original stories for and about modern women who are taking charge of their life, their family and their household. Hit shows like Braxton Family Values, Joan & Melissa: Joan Knows Best?, Mary Mary and Bridezillas showcase strong, bold characters that are as entertaining as they are relatable and that viewers just can't get enough of. Audiences connect to WE tv online, on demand and via WE tv Sync, a live, dual screen viewing experience tailored to each new original episode. WE tv is owned and operated by AMC Networks Inc. and is available in over 82 million homes on every major cable, satellite and Telco provider.





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