Tamera Mowry from 'The Real' Proudly Shows off Her Gray Hair in Stunning Selfie While Social Distancing
Tamera Mowry-Housley shows off the strands of gray hair growing on her head as she and the rest of her family undergo self-quarantine at home due to the growing threat of the Coronavirus.
Tamera Mowry-Housley is embracing her gray hair, sharing a beautiful selfie showing it off in the midst of her social distancing efforts at home. According to the TV host, she's embracing her gray hair as she stays home.
"Hello grays. No getting my hair done during #socialdistancing, and I'm okay with it!"
PROUDLY FLAUNTING HER GRAY HAIR
This isn't the first time she's embraced her gray hair, as she stepped out to the movie premiere of "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" in 2018 embracing her hair color. Through the years, she's been covering it up regularly.
Tamera joins millions around the world in self-quarantine, as they try to curb the spread of COVID-19 or the Coronavirus.
STAYING HOME WITH THE REST OF THE WORLD
However, now with the rampant spread of COVID-19 or Coronavirus in America, she is not taking any chances to head to the salon and would much rather just stay home with the rest of her family.
Aside from letting her natural hair color show, Tamera has also been trying to stay fit. On Instagram, she shared her exercise routine with her fans as a sign of commitment to her fitness journey. As the "The Real" host would put it, she is "back in #gymmode."
SPENDING TIME WITH FAMILY IN SELF-QUARANTINE
With a lot more time on her hands at home, Tamera is able to work out as much as she wants, without having to leave the comfort of her home. She does this while caring for her two children worth husband Adam Housley.
Tamera joins millions around the world in self-quarantine, as they try to curb the spread of COVID-19 or the Coronavirus, which has killed thousands of people around the world. With the virus spreading quickly in America, the celebrity and her family are doing their part in keeping it at bay.
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