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Kiyah Wright: Celeb hairstylist reveals her ‘Love In The City’ on OWN Network

Kiyah Wright and Friends starring in new docu-series Love and the City
Kiyah Wright

Celebrity stylist Kiyah Wright has been behind the scenes for the past decade, making our favorite celebrity's hair beautiful. Kiyah loves to help the everyday women feel beautiful in their lives and will now be revealing her life in the new OWN Network Docu-series "Love in the City."

The two-time Emmy award-winning stylist received her start in the entertainment industry with business mogul Sean Diddy Combs. Combs, in love with Kiyah’s creativity, made her the official stylist for his artists.

WATCH: First five minutes of the "Love in the City" pilot episode on the OWN Network

Kiyah has worked with Gabrielle Union, Beyonce, Heidi Klum, Kerry Washington, Jennifer Hudson, Brandy and Iman to name a few. She says she is working on becoming the “Paul Mitchell to textured hair care,” building an empire, including her Muze hair care line, beauty shows and salon franchises.

While succeeding as a celebrity hairstylist, Kiyah does a little of everything. Focused on imaging and makeovers, she has expanded her brand. She is a colorist for Clairol, giving magical makeovers to average women and Tyra Banks stylist for America’s Next Top Model.

Kiyah, always motivated to try new ideas, has set her eyes on a new venture in reality television. Wright and her best friends will allow the world to see how they are living in the new TV series "Love in the City" airing Saturday, April 12th.

The show revolves around Kiyah and close friends going through life circumstances. From a friend overcoming breast cancer, to Kiyah wanting to start a family after 40 and a friend going through surrogacy and a tough separation, there will be a story everyone can identify with. If these stories don’t get your attention, don’t forget to tune in to find out what secrets Kiyah has for that “Hollywood Look.”

We will also see Wright in action at her day job at Warren Tricomi Salon in Los Angeles. Kiyah feels the customer experience is crucial to her success as a hair stylist saying, “Most of her gratification in her work is from staying close to the salon, giving the average woman confidence.”

"Love and the City" will be the first show of its kind to follow a celeb hairstylist in her everyday routine. From watching Tyra Banks beauty regimen backstage during America’s Next Top Model, award shows and that next high school graduate’s makeover for college, the show will be nothing short of fabulous and beautifying.

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