Whoa Wednesday! Meet Kimberly

I came across this beauty on you guessed it- Instagram!  I have to admit, I saw those rizos and just scrolled through her feed and I noticed that she was more than just a beautiful face with a gorgeous head of hair.  Read below and see what I mean - Here's Kimberly!

1. Name and where you are from?

Hi there! My name is Kimberly Hill. I am originally from a small town in California, called Lancaster but I have been living in Las Vegas for 15 years. For the longest time, I refused to consider myself a Vegas girl but going to Cali as an adult, I am caught off guard with the what you have to do for parking! Whaaaat??!! You mean I can't just leave my car at a casino parking lot for 15 hours+ without hassle?! Not to mention if you're in the mood for a 4 am drink at a bar ,you have no options. So yes, I give in ... I am a Vegas girl.

2. Tell us about yourself.

I am a sarcastic, mouthy, and a work in progress. There is so much of me I want to improve. I'm a simple gal. I'll take having a cup of coffee with a friend once a month, over "turning it up" every weekend. I am passionate. I love what I love and hate what I hate. Then again I can be a granny. I enjoy crocheting and The Golden Girls. I guess I'm just a weirdo. Haha! 

3.  Tell us something about you that will make us say WHOA!

I am pursuing an acting career. I love it. I started 8 years ago and I can't stop. I won't stop. It brings me so much joy. I know, I know, LA is the place to be for acting and I just said I live in Las Vegas. Well, I have been so blessed to be apart of indie films, local commercials, and I even created my own web series! Currently I am apart of "Comicality Project". The Comicality Project is a group of directors, actors, writers etc that teamed up to make a YouTube channel. Every Tuesday we release hilarious edgy skits. Check it out! My web series is in post production and I am so excited to start filming! I do plan on moving to LA eventually but until then, I plan to film as much as I can and improve my talent. Here's my reel by the way.....

4. How long have you been rockin' yo rizos?

I have been rockin' my rizos for around nine years now. Rockin them hard core for five of those. I wish I could say I have been au natural all my life but my mom is Costa Rican and had no idea how to do her mixed kids' hair. Can you say poodle? LOL 

5. What is your hair routine (including staple hair products and home made recipes)?

I have a confession- I just may be the laziest curly girl ever LOL! I just keep it simple. I use Deva Curl No Poo once a week to cleanse my scalp. When my hair was shorter, I used Shea Moisture Curl enhancing Smoothie and I also really like Kinky Curly Knot Today. When my hair is longer, I use Deva Curl's One Condition as a leave in. I rake the conditioner in with my fingers to detangle and then I scrunch. I squeeze the water out of my hair with large t-shirt and use the "plopping method" to help it dry. I love wash n go's but during the chilly months I use a diffuser. Simple. Right? I have yet to conquer this 2nd day hair thing though, so until then, bunning is my thing *shrugs*

6. Where can we find you on social media?

You can find me on instagram and twitter @itskimberlyh. On youtube at 

http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIAV_eq2HnXTUJTNEMPzTOQ

7. Any last thoughts? Anything you would love for us to know.

I love all curly girls. I see a fro, long curls, shoulder length curls and I get so excited. They're so inspirational and real. Love you hair ladies!! It's so awesome! 

Also, if you already follow me on twitter/instagram I'm sure you've seen my posts about Epilepsy. At the age of 9 I was diagnosed with Epilepsy. Epilepsy is a neurological disorder that causes seizures. I would have countless seizures a day at one point.

Thankfully as an adult they are somewhat under control with medications. I have lost a lot of childhood memories because of the seizures, so don't ask me squat about the 90's. I hope to one day be a spokesperson and bring more awareness to Epilepsy.

What would you do if someone had a seizure in your presence? Find out here: 

http://www.epilepsyfoundation.org/

Love,

Kimberly