Tia Mowry Shows off Husband Cory Hardritc's Man Bun in Photos with Their Kids
Tia Mowry and her adorable children all sport a "man bun" in a hilarious photo as she joked about supporting her husband's latest go-to hairstyle
She explained that his new hairstyle dubbed by the couple the "quarantine cut" was styled to leave the hair at the top so that he could get a proper haircut once he accesses to a professional barber.
The look seems to have made its return and spread among the member of the Hardrict household because Tia shared a recent picture of herself and her children sporting the bun. In her caption, she said:
"Y'all we we didn't want [Cory] to be alone with his man bun during quarantine life. So, here you go!"
Cairo got the attention of many fans, who noted how adorable she looked pouting for the camera. One fan said, "it's Cairo duck lips for me!" Another fan joked about the matching buns.
A fan commented on Tia Mowry’s selfie of her posing with her children Cree Hardrict and Cairo Hardrict | Source: Instagram.com/tiamowry
In January 2020, Tia revealed a new hairstyle when she showed off her pixie cut. The actress bravely posed for the photo makeup-free andsaid
, "it was time! This is me self-care is not selfish."
The first time she cut her hair short was in 2012, shortly after Cree was born. According to Today, Tia said that she cut her hair because her life had changed since becoming a mother for the first time.
Tia admitted that she had changed her hair because it was part of that growth of being at a different stage in her life.
Recently she experienced another re-birth when she showed off her natural hair amid quarantine. Tia revealed that she had been wearing her hair in an afro and showing off gray hairs.
Embracing her natural hair has been one of the many uplifting things Tia has taken from being quarantined. However, the distractions haven't kept her from misses her parents and siblings.
In an emotional interview with Entertainment Tonight, Tia admitted that not seeing her family members has been difficult because they are all so close.