'Sister, Sister' Star Tia Mowry Looks Beautiful Posing with Awesome Makeup & a High Ponytail
Tia Mowry recently proved she is a flawless and powerful woman in her post on Instagram. The "Sister, Sister" actress shared stunning photos of herself that had fans clamoring in her comments section.
Women's History Month is an annual global celebration of women's power, accomplishments, and contributions throughout history and contemporary society.
To commemorate this particular period, acclaimed actress Tia Mowry took to Instagram to share a few stunning photos while describing what being a woman means to her.
Mowry didn't hold back as she poetically declared her strength and endurance in the face of any hardships thrown at her. She added that she is in control of her life and wrote:
"If I fall I will rise up even stronger because I am a survivor and not a victim."
The triumphant words were accompanied by a trio of photos of Mowry posing in a show-stopping lime velvet blazer over a cream blouse. She paired the look with gold necklaces and double-hoop earrings.
"The Game" actress, married to actor Cory Hardrict, radiated as her face was accentuated by bright purple eyeshadow, subtle blush, and nude lips. She completed her look with a sleek high ponytail.
At auditions, [Mowry] was often told that her natural hair was distracting.
In response to the beautiful pouty selfies, Mowry's comments section teemed with compliments and expressions of adoration from delighted fans and celebrity friends.
One fan commented, "your glam team neverrrr fails you," while another wrote, "I love this...so beautiful." A third fan added, "Oh my [goodness], you are such a beautiful woman from the inside out! So graceful!"
While fans could easily see Mowry's beauty, her journey to self-confidence was a long one. The 42-year-old actress's realization of what beauty is evolved once she had kids. She told Elle magazine:
"Black beauty to me is being unapologetic. It means strong. It means bold. It means confidence. It means beautiful."
At auditions, the "Twitches" actress was often told that her natural hair was distracting and she felt pressured to keep her hair straightened. However, thanks to her mother's advice, she could re-define beauty and determine her value.