Kyla Pratt Looks Gorgeous Gracing the Cover of Sheen Magazine in a Sheer Yellow Ensemble
Kyla Pratt, who recently graced the cover of SHEEN Magazine, left her fans' jaws dropping after unveiling this stunning snapshot of her cover girl look. Check it out!
Kyla Pratt, best known as the voice of Penny Proud in "The Proud Family," is the cover girl for the March/April issues of SHEEN Magazine. The 34-year-old stunner wowed the internet with a glimpse of the same.
Pratt took to Instagram to share a snapshot of the cover. She looked alluring in a yellow tulle dress with ruffled sleeves and a round neck. She wore a diamond necklace with it.
Pratt's makeup was on point with the full eyeliner and glittery eyeshadow. Her plump lips were generously daubed with nude lipstick and lined with a light brown shade to make them look fuller.
Pratt's magnificent raven hair was styled into a tight top bun that stood a few inches long. Her baby hair was masterfully laid down and styled into spiral patterns.
In the comments section, Pratt's fans could not stop gushing about the look. Many of them congratulated her for scoring the cover. Others were into the gorgeous dress.
Pratt has a new CBS sitcom called "Call Me Kat."
Pratt recently revealed she is a part of "The Proud Family" reboot. Talking to NBC Chicago, Pratt shared the experience was pretty enthralling and she cannot wait for her fans to watch it.
When asked if she is doing anything differently this time, Pratt said the only thing that has changed is her character's age. She said Penny is still dealing with her crazy dad and her friends:
"She is not too much older, but a little bit older so we can deal with a little one so we can deal with different stories out there."
Having started her acting career at 8 years old, Pratt is a seasoned artist. She has been keeping her schedule jam-packed with work, even during the pandemic.
Pratt has a new CBS sitcom called "Call Me Kat." The series revolves around the life of Kat, a 39-year-old woman who is on a mission to shun society's notion that older women cannot be happily single.