Notorious BIG's Daughter T'yanna Goes for a Gorgeous Barbie-Inspired Pink Look with Pigtails
Notorious B.I.G.'s only daughter T'yanna Wallace looked like a real-life doll with her Barbie-themed makeup and pigtails on the day of love. Check out her look!
Rapper Notorious B.I.G.'s daughter T'yanna Wallace was in a mood to celebrate Valentine's Day with her best glam face on, and she totally owned the look.
The 27-year-old took to Instagram to share a video of herself flaunting a Barbie-inspired look. Her makeup was on point with contoured cheeks and nose and rosy cheeks.
Wallace dabbed nude lipgloss on her plum lips. Her eye makeup stole the spotlight with a sweet pink tint and striking white eyeliner right above the black cat-eye.
Hairstylist Qui tied her hair into pigtails. Loose strands of hair hung on either side of Wallace's face as she ran her hand over a thin braid that coiled around the tied sections.
One cannot miss how Wallace shares an uncanny resemblance to her iconic late father. "You’re so gorgeous," one of the fans wrote. "Yess, you are an icon," another fan gushed.
T'yanna is doing her part in honor of her father.
B.I.G, né Christopher Wallace, tragically died when he was 24 in 1997, but Wallace and her brother are doing everything in their power to keep his legacy alive. Last year, the rapper was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
In 2020, B.I.G.'s son CJ bagged a Grammy for best rap solo performance, all thanks to his father's big hit, "Big Poppa." He creates music under the moniker Frank White.
CJ wanted to reimagine his father's music in a different light. Speaking to Variety on how he got the idea to make music under his name, he said:
"I always wanted to be part of my dad’s music somehow; this seemed the right way. My love for house has grown in the past few years."
Meanwhile, Wallace is doing her part in honor of her father. In 2017, she opened her first clothing line called Notoriuss. In another interview, she said she wanted it to be a flagship store for streetwear.
According to Wallace, she does not hear a lot of people coming to Brooklyn and she wants to change that. She was merely three years old when her father was tragically killed on March 9, 1997.