Kris Kendall, founder of Miami-based Gumdrop haberdashery, has been in the hairdryers business since she was a teenager.
She was raised in Miami, but she’s now married to her husband, a Miami Heat guard.
Kendall told The Irish News that her parents both worked in the industry, but that she’s also the founder of Gumdrop, which has offices in New York, London, Dubai and Paris.
Kendall has a passion for her hair and has recently worked on a new line of hair products called Hair to Fit.
“I love what I do and I love to share it with my fans,” Kendall said.
“That’s what I’m trying to do with Hair to fit.”
Kendall is a certified hair stylist, which means she has access to the salon industry’s latest and greatest.
In fact, she is the only woman in the business.
“We are a little bit behind the curve,” Kendall told us.
“You have to be a hair stylista to be able to do this, so I think the more women we can have, the better it is for us.”
She said that the more she’s able to talk to the public about her business, the more it will be possible for other women to be in the same position.
“As the youngest of five girls, I was always told, ‘Don’t tell your dad about it,'” Kendall said, “and that’s what this is about.”
Kendall’s hair has always been her passion, and she loves working with people like herself.
She said she’s passionate about her hair, which is one of the reasons she opened the first salon in Miami.
“It’s a great feeling when you have someone like me who loves her hair to do it,” she said.
Kendall also said she has the “best hair I’ve ever had.”
She also said that she has “never seen my hair so smooth and clean,” which was one of her goals.
“When you have a natural hair, it doesn’t matter what it looks like,” she added.
“In fact, you don’t even know that you have it.
You just have to love it.”
Kendall, who is married to his wife, said that he and his wife would be moving to the United Kingdom this summer to work as a professional stylist.
“She is a great woman and I hope she gets a new job,” he said.