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Omar Epps' Youngest Daughter K'mari Looks Beautiful as She Poses with Smokey Eye Makeup

Olawale Ogunjimi
Oct 26, 2020
06:20 P.M.
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Hollywood's Omar Epps' young daughter K'mari looked gorgeous in a new snapshot her mom shared on social media. K'Mari's lovely photo had her channeling the fashionista in her to the delight of admirers.

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Omar Epps' younger daughter, K'Mari is growing fast and excitingly exploring her teenage years. These days, the teenager is looking into her creative streak in makeup and beauty.

Her star mom, Keisha Spivey confirmed this in her recent Instagram post where she experienced proud mom moments and showed K'Mari rocking the flawless makeup she did on herself. 

Omar Epps and wife Keisha Epps at the 8th Annual Pre-Oscar Hollywood Domino Gala & Tournament on February 19, 2015. | Photo: Getty Images

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In the photo, K'Mari, 16, looked radiant while posing for the camera and rocking a tie-dye T-shirt in blue and white tones. Wearing her raven hair straight down her shoulders, the youngster completed her look with a piercing gaze. K'Mari's proud mom gushed in the caption:

"The other piece of my heart. Keep showing up to life STRONG like you are...Never needed, but you did a great job on your makeup…"

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Just as "Total" star Spivey could not hold back on her pride, many fans poured out their sweet thoughts in the comments section. Some admirers who watched K'Mari grow reminisced on when she was only a toddler as they fawned over how much she has grown.

The 16-year-old is one of three lovely kids born to "Juice" star Omar Epps and fatherhood is a stage in life he would not trade for anything. This is so because the star actor holds dear a father's role in a child's life.

One impressive thing about the seasoned actor is that he employs the same approach in his long spanning marriage to Spivey.

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Being someone who lacked that, Epps vowed to uphold the best form of fatherhood for his own children. His work on the documentary, "Daddy Don't Go" was his concerted effort with film director Emily Abt. 

He, however, felt differently connected to the film project because of his own past experiences. "Daddy Don't Go" revolves around four dads who were underprivileged and trying to make ends meet. 

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While they struggled to provide for their family, the dads put in the effort to be actively present in their kids' lives. In an interview, Epps, 47, mentioned that the film was his way of reaching out to fathers to do better in parenthood.

One impressive thing about the seasoned actor is that he employs the same approach in his long spanning marriage to Spivey.

The duo has been together for a decade and counting, but for them, divorce was not an option through thick and thin.

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