Chocolate City’s Victoria Kimani Switches Things Up with Purple Hair #Branding

AML artists, entertainers, if you haven’t figured it out, one very good way to stay relevant and in the press is to have a very tight fashion game. One person that shows us how to do this is Nolly/Gollywood’s Yvonne Nelson.

Chocolate City’s newbie Victoria Kimani seems to be taking a page off Yvonne Nelson with her latest debut of her purple hair color. I think Kimani is attractive and I believe I have mentioned before that she is one of the new voices to pay attention to on AML. Stylewise, however, I think she can be a bit more refined. She has this gorgeous face and eyes that gets lost in all that hair and makeup and you see more of her hair, you don’t see her, which is very distracting.

Victoria Kimani Purple Hair by Edee Beau

I actually prefer this purple hair when compared to all she has put forth, stylewise, so far. It is a bit more refined and it might explain why the blogs are buzzing with her new look.

I hope her style sense continues to evolve to a less is more destination.

Photocredit: Edee Beau/That1960chick

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