“Instead of saying I wish, say I will.”
A simple motivational phrase legendary entrepreneur Mrs. Kimberly M. Chapman, best known to many as Kim, repeats daily as she weathers herself through the daily work schedule as an active phenomenal woman. Already recognized as a legend in the beauty industry, Kim looks to catapult herself to other avenues sharing the knowledge and wisdom she has obtained in hair care.
Black shoppers spent $473 million in total hair care. Since 2015, its been reported through Kim and Will’s creativity, smart business, and customer appreciation expanded the business into a multi-million dollar company. Although one of the most recognizable names in hair care, Kim has mentioned aspirations of being “the” face of hair care. She confessed, “For our products to be No. 1 in the world.”
Influencer, media correspondent, co-creator of Chapman Products, along with husband William P. Chapman, Kimberly M. Chapman is one of the great entrepreneurs and innovators. A Southern Wesley University graduate mother of two, Kim created Chapman Products Inc with well-established entities including Nairobi Professional, Congo Professional, Kerafena Natural Hair Smoothing System, Chapman Foundation Inc., and Sheen Magazine.
Transcending beyond beauty, Chapman has crafted a lucrative addition to her business. Publisher, Kim created various media-related additions to her company’s profile under the popular sub-division known as Sheen. Publication (Sheen Magazine), Podcast, (Sheen Talks), and original viral content securing both beneficial promotions and revenue stream. Through Sheen, Kim and company develop a lifestyle brand that tethers into everything outside of beauty, opening a dialogue to Chapman Products and the culture.
Consistency, dedication, faith, love, Kim, along with husband, effortlessly deliver the ultimate beauty products in the industry using these infused traits. Always ahead, forward-thing trends, educational, Kim provides inspired individuals with the blueprint to achieve similar heights themselves through implications of a simple strong work ethical regiment. Enriched with constant growth, its undeniable Champan Products will remain the ultimate brand in beauty and media for generations to come.
Outside of the hair culture, Kim preaches the importance of education in the community through the Chapman Foundation. In 1999, she began providing scholarships to high school students, delivers school supplies and toys to the less fortunate, and much more. The Chapman Foundation, Inc. donates a minimum of $250,000 per year to students nationwide.
Brooklyn College professor Zinga Fraser reminds, “African women have a rich history in terms of the ways they adorn their hair.” U.S. having one of the most lucrative hair care markets in the world. Chapman Products is atop of a black culture’s 2.5 billion dollar hair industry thanks to the brand’s Nairobi haircare products.
Catch Kim Chapman Tuesdays on her celebrity talk show, “Sheen Talk Live” on YouTube.