Tia Mowry of 'Sister, Sister' Goes Makeup-Free for a Water Portrait
Tia Mowry calls aging a “blessing” in a new Instagram post alongside a barefaced water selfie: “Grey hairs are signs of wisdom.”
Tia Mowry recently shared a water portrait of herself amid quarantine at home and talked about the beauty of aging.
A BEAUTIFUL POST
The actress’ natural beauty was highlighted in her barefaced photo on Instagram, where she was only above water from the neck up.
Mowry had her hair tied up and put no makeup on as she looked calmly at the camera in a white dress. She shared in the caption:
“#Grey hairs are signs of wisdom. #Wrinkles are signs that you’ve laughed. #Strechmarks and stretched out stomachs are the beautiful, miraculous signs of giving #birth.”
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It’s a #blessing to #age. #Grey hairs are signs of wisdom. #wrinkles are signs that you’ve laughed. #strechmarks and stretched out stomachs are the beautiful miraculous signs of giving #birth. No more perky boobs are the signs that you once fed your babies. #Embrace it. Because getting older, growing older, being HERE is a #beautiful. 🙏🏽
The “Sister, Sister” star ended her post by encouraging all women to welcome the years that make them age with open arms as it brings beauty to life.
GRAY AND CURLED
Mowry was initially thinking of stopping her child but realized it was a way of keeping her busy.
Similarly, her twin, Tamera Mowry, also posted a no-makeup selfie with her hair tied back and showing the gray roots.
The sisters have been proud of their curls, as seen in their posts while practicing social distancing at home. Despite looking happy and positive on social media, the two can’t help but miss each other.
Mowry recently admitted that she burst into tears while meditating because she missed her parents and siblings. Although they communicate through FaceTime, seeing and hugging them in person is something she prefers.
Despite the circumstances that changed her everyday routine, the mom-of-two tries to keep herself entertained with her kids.
ARTWORK BY CAIRO
Among the activities her children came up with is an artwork by Cairo, her almost-two-year-old daughter. Mowry shared Cairo’s hilarious work in the bathroom, where she stuck her mom’s sanitary pads on the glass.
The pads were arranged horizontally in a pattern on the glass door. Mowry was initially thinking of stopping her child but realized it was a way of keeping her busy.
Several fans and followers found the photo hilarious and took to the comments section kind words about the baby.
Cairo is Mowry’s youngest child with husband, Cory Hardrict. The couple also shares an eight-year-old son named Cree Taylor.