May 20, 2020
Tika Sumpter said her stunning appearance with a cute hairstyle and perfectly red lips was for an online video interview.
We’re certain Tika Sumpter made an impression during her online interview recently. The actress made sure to stand out with her hair styled in buns and hot red lips.
In a post four days ago, Tika showcased her look for her Zoom interview in two photos she shared. If she intended to rise above a sea of faces during her online video chat, we’re guessing she succeeded.
For starters, the stunning star pulled her hair back in twin hair buns resembling tiny ears sticking out of her head. Her face was made up and emphasized her well-defined brows.
She finished off her look with fire-engine-red lipstick that highlighted her perfectly-shaped lips. Tika’s glam look was a contrast to the faded t-shirt she wore. But it complemented her quirky smile in one of her photos.
Tika has been busy lately with her latest venture, “Sugaberry,” which is a company devoted to Black mothers. Tika partnered with co-founder Thai Randolph who shares her vision of providing a resource platform for Black mothers. It’s “the brown mamas guide to the sweet life,” as Tika put it.
A mother herself to daughter, Ella Loren, 3, the “Mixed-ish” star knows that there’s a need for more platforms that cater to Black women.
The company launched its podcast, “TheSuga” in March where moms of color could interact and share their stories. Since it started, it has hosted several interviews and topics including how to design a peaceful home and Black love.
Last week, Tia Mowry graced the podcast and spoke about self-care and snapping back after pregnancy as well as about having kids at a later age.
Tia admitted she wished she had children earlier so she had enough energy and stamina to deal with the amount of work needed to raise them.
Through their website, Sugarberry.com, Tika and Thai hope to build a large community that would encourage an exchange between Black women about every aspect of motherhood.
A mother herself to daughter, Ella Loren, 3, the “Mixed-ish” star knows that there’s a need for more platforms that cater to Black women. She explained,
“There are a myriad of resources and not one is dedicated to the experience of Black motherhood.”
We salute Tika and Thai for building bridges between Black mothers with their initiative.