'Sister, Sister' Star Tia Mowry Stuns in a $600 Black Jumpsuit & Blond Hair in an IG Snap
TV actress Tia Mowry kept her look as classy as always in recent media uploads as she rocked a chic bespoke while flaunting her sense of style.
Tia Mowry looked gorgeous as she presented a sultry and elegant look gleaned from her growing fashion lookbook. The star looked lovely, flaunting her style on Instagram.
Tia's dress-up moment had her posing indoors and displaying captivating poses for the camera. She shared three photos to her timeline, and fans agreed that she could not go wrong with styling.
The "Family Reunion" actress's first photo had her posing up-close to the camera as she peered into the lenses with a teasing gaze. The actress let her long blonde tresses fall to one side of her face.
The styling left half of her face in view showing her perfect makeup. She sported gold hoops and a gold necklace. The highlight of her post was the $600 Essie double-breasted jumpsuit that exuded class. She wittingly captioned:
"It's #friday!!! Is it just me??? This week went by fast! I ain't mad at it!..."
Fans interested in Tia's Essie outfit can check it out on Jonathan Simkhai's website. The description relayed that the strapless jumpsuit can be worn with a white tank top that does not come with it.
The actress also discussed how filmmakers would confuse her and her sister's identity when it came to fixing some roles.
Besides keeping her fashion choices up to date, Tia is also meticulous about self-care, and that's why taking off her makeup every night is a vital part of keeping her skin healthy.
The star uses three products to keep the makeup completely off her skin. Tia starts with the Bogavia Cleansing oil or the Klorane face wipe. She then uses the Collosol Eau de Lait.
Tia then caps it all with her Shani Darden Toner. The star believes a thorough cleaning is necessary because one could go to bed with specs of makeup products still on the face.
Tia is known for keeping things real, and while she is not giving an unfiltered look at her self-care routine, she lends her voice and opinions on social reforms.
Speaking about her old-time stint on "Sister Sister" and the diversity issue, Tia recalled how she and her sister were underpaid due to diversity.
She shared that many of their counterparts who were not of diversity were paid well as opposed to their income. The actress also discussed how filmmakers would confuse her and her sister's identity when it came to fixing some roles.