'Black-ish' Star Yara Shahidi Stuns Rocking a Snake-Print Mini-Dress & Matching Heels (Photos)
"Black-ish" star Yara Shahidi turned the heat up as she poured her toned curves into a skimpy snake-skin mini dress and flaunted matching high heels.
Yara Shahidi is not just a gifted actress but also a style inspiration for her fans. She never ceases to amaze with her impressive wardrobe and style game.
This time, the actress took no prisoners when she shared a few photos of herself looking like a snack in a colorful snake-print mini dress by Versace on Instagram.
Shahidi shared three photos in the series, one of which saw her posing in front of a railing. Her dress hugged every curve as she bent her leg and gave a sultry pose.
In another snap, Shahidi leaned on with a sultry look in her eyes. She kept her makeup minimum, tied her hair into a slick top knot with a braid, and laid down her baby hair.
Shahidi wore gold earrings and a thin gold chain around her neck with a "G" initial pendant. She stood a few inches taller in stilettos that matched her outfit.
The "Grown-ish" star shared her mother was there to teach her how to take care of textured hair.
"Love you blessing the feed," one of the fans expressed their gratitude in the comments section. "Can we just appreciate how the dress looks on here," another one shared.
Fans loved how her curly hair was styled. Her mane has a separate fanbase ever since the actress declared she loves her hair just the way it is. In fact, she loves it so much that she even created a Barbie doll in her likeness.
In a lengthy essay for Today, Shahidi detailed how she used to straighten her hair quite a bit, especially during a shoot. She had this subliminal idea of straight hair being more polished than her natural hair.
"I think I had to go through a reintroduction, almost, with my hair. I've been heat-free for three years."
The "Grown-ish" star shared her mother was there to teach her how to take care of textured hair. She also talked about how industries make curly-haired actors feel like an anomaly.
Shahidi believes loving natural hair is a process that often takes time. According to her, it is important to find communities where there are constant conversations about such things.