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Kari Hill Unveiled As New Celebrity Hair Colorist for L'Oreal Paris

NEW YORK, April 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Leading global beauty brand L'Oreal Paris is thrilled to welcome renowned celebrity hair colorist Kari Hill to its notable roster of experts. With more than fifteen years of experience coloring some of the most well-known manes in Hollywood, Kari's artistic perspective lends to her mastery of varied hair coloring techniques. She will join long-time L'Oreal Paris Global Consulting Colorist Christophe Robin in lending her insights and expertise to trend forecasting, product development, content creation and consumer education for the brand.

Kari Hill, Celebrity Hair Colorist for L'Oreal Paris

Throughout the course of her career, Kari has worked at Hollywood's most premier salons including Frederic Fekkai, Chris McMillan, John Frieda and Neil George. She has built an impressive roster of celebrity clients including Julia Roberts, Renee Zellweger, Zooey Deschanel and Anna Faris, among others. Her indelible reputation and innate talent have made her one of the most in-demand colorists in Hollywood, with her hair color work regularly gracing the covers and pages of top beauty and fashion magazines.

From show-stopping highlights and beautiful balayage to complete hair color transformations, Kari is well-known for her diverse abilities to subtly enhance or completely transform hair. Gathering inspiration everywhere from the red carpet and runways to even her own clients, she loves experimenting with hair color and helping women achieve their most perfect hue. She believes in the power of hair color to help women feel their most beautiful and confident selves. In her new role, she will be sharing her wealth of knowledge and insider tips with all women to help them recreate trend-setting and salon-quality hair color results at home using Mousse Absolue.

"We are thrilled to welcome Kari to the L'Oreal Paris family," said Karen T. Fondu, President, L'Oreal Paris. "Her creativity and diverse coloring abilities married with her passion for education will help us further our mission of empowering all women to become their own beauty expert."

"I am beyond excited and truly humbled to be working with L'Oreal Paris," says Kari Hill. "Having the power to provide my clients with instant and tangible results is the most rewarding part of my job. I love the immediate effect it has on their confidence. I am excited to now take that to entirely new level by working with the brand to provide all women with the most innovative and accessible hair color tips and tricks."

Kari currently works out of the famed Meche Salon in the heart of Beverly Hills, CA. She balances her busy salon schedule with client house calls and hair color work for red carpet events, premieres, film, TV and print.  She resides in Newhall, CA with her husband and teenage daughter.

Social Media Information:
Facebook:  facebook.com/lorealparis 
Twitter: @LOrealParisUSA 
Instagram: @LOrealParisUSA, @KariHillHair 
Tumblr: lorealparis.tumblr.com

About L'Oreal Paris:
The L'Oreal Paris division of L'Oreal USA, Inc. is a total beauty care company that combines the latest technology with the highest in quality for the ultimate in luxury beauty at mass. The L'Oreal Paris brand encompasses the four major beauty categories – hair color, haircare, skincare and cosmetics – and includes such well-known brands as Preference, Excellence, Feria and Healthy Look hair color; Advanced Haircare, Advanced Hairstyle, Elnett Satin Hairspray, EverPure, EverStrong, EverSleek, EverCreme, EverStyle, EverCurl, Studio Line and L'Oreal Kids hair care; Advanced Suncare, Youth Code, Revitalift, Age Perfect, Ideal Clean, Ideal Moisture, Go 360 Clean, Sublime Bronze and Men's Expert skincare; and the Colour Riche, True Match, Infallible, Visible Lift and Studio Secrets Professional MAGIC cosmetics collections, along with a portfolio of mascara including Voluminous, Double Extend and Telescopic among many others. For more information on L'Oreal Paris and its brands, and to receive personalized beauty advice, expert tips and exclusive beauty content 24-7 (wherever you may be), check out our website at www.lorealparisusa.com

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