The hair salon has become TV short hand for diva attitude, gossip, fighting, and transformation. It's the reason why the reality genre keeps returning to there, and the reason why my favorite show typically centered on hair salons is Bravo's "Tabatha Takes On." If you're not familiar, Tabatha Coffey's mission is to remove all those characteristics and turn hair salons (and now other places) into place where work takes place.
I think Coffey would like to get her hands on the Kimble Hair Salon featured on "L.A. Hair," (9 tonight, WeTV) a high-end salon featuring stylist Kim Kimble who has done the tresses of folks like Kelly Rowland, Brandy, Mary Mary, and Omarosa. Kimble herself gets that she is supposed to be running a professional high-end salon. Her staff, not so much.