Kenya Moore flaunted her timeless beauty when she shared an old photo of herself on her Instagram page. The reality star looked as though she hasn't aged a bit.
In a recent Instagram post, the former beauty queen shared a photo of herself, which pointed out that the model is indeed a timeless beauty. The photo featured Moore rocking a bold hairstyle with curls.
While explaining in the caption that the picture was from her old portfolio when she was modeling three decades ago, the reality star challenged two of her friends to post pictures from their old portfolio as well.
Kenya Moore visits "Extra" at Universal Studios Hollywood on January 27, 2015 in Universal City, California. | Photo; Getty Images
In an exclusive interview with HollywoodLife, Kenya spoke about her skincare practices and how she has managed to keep her skin glowing over the years.
The mother of one revealed that staying hydrated helped her skin remain supple while also flushing out toxins from her body. She continued,
"So I think just keeping your skin hydrated, working out…but hydration, I would say, is number one."
Even though Moore always looks gorgeous when she's wearing makeup on-screen, and for photoshoots, the model admitted that she doesn't fancy makeup so much.
The 49-year-old explained that she preferred keeping her skin clean by doing a thorough cleansing and moisturizing. In her words, she prefers to keep it simple.
In 1993, Moore won Miss Michigan USA at the age of 22.
The reality TV star returned to the screen on the season finale of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta," which aired on Sunday.
Throughout season 12 of The "Real Housewives of Atlanta," Moore has been at loggerheads with her co-star, Nene Leakes. In the episode, Kenya described Nene as a bully, while adding:
"Always been, always will be."
Although the two stars have nurtured a contentious relationship with each other over several seasons, it doesn't appear their feud will be ending anytime soon.
Moore began her modeling career as a 14-year-old girl. In the course of her career, she graced the January 1992 cover for a Chicago-based Johnson Publishing Company's Ebony Man's (EM) magazine.
In 1993, Moore won Miss Michigan USA at the age of 22 and then became the second African-American woman to win Miss USA. She represented the United States in the Miss Universe 1993 pageant and placed fifth.