"Sister, Sister" star Tia Mowry shared a photo of herself embracing her gray locks and her fans think she looks just as beautiful as she does with darker hair.
No one can escape changes that come with aging and the best thing to do is to embrace them as a natural part of life. Tia Mowry is doing the same.
The "Sister, Sister" star is not the one to hesitate when it comes to showing her real self to the world and she just proved it with a stunning selfie.
IT IS WHAT IT IS
The actress decided some time ago that she does not want to dye her graying hair anymore. While many would choose not to do so, Mowry has no problem showing off her natural hair on social media.
In a selfie posted on Instagram, Mowry shared how 42 looks like for her. The stunning photo saw the actress flaunting her curly gray hair with pride and fans are in love with her unapologetic self.
The actress decided to give her hair and skin a break while she stays indoors.
Mowry looked gorgeous with minimal makeup on. She donned a simple gray sweater along with gold hoop earrings and thin chains around the neck.
TIA IS AN INSPIRATION
Mowry's hair is the only dead giveaway that she is aging. Her beautiful face still looks as young as ever and her fans say that she still looks like she is in her 20s.
In the age of social media, Mowry has been an inspiration to those who feel insecure about the way they look. She often shares snaps of herself without makeup while flaunting her natural hair and her fans appreciate that.
The actress decided to give her hair and skin a break while she stays indoors as a measure to keep herself and her family safe from COVID-19.
Mowry did have a lot of time to kill while at home, but it does not mean that she did not keep herself busy. In fact, the actress recently expanded into home goods with a new collaboration with Etsy.
FINDING HER ZEN
According to Mowry, she wanted to create items that she could picture using in her own home. She collaborated with nine different makes from around the world to bring her imagination to life.
"Decorating my space has always been about creating a calm, zen environment where I can unwind," Mowry told Architectural Digest, adding that she has always been a great fan of Etsy.