Tamera Mowry and little daughter rock the same hairstyle in recent picture

Monica Otayza
Jun 20, 2018
06:48 P.M.
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Tamera Mowry shares an adorable photo of her and daughter Ariah donning matching hairstyles while walking on the street. 


Now that Ariah is growing a little bit older, she has been more vocal about the things she wants. This time, she wanted to sport the same hairstyle as her mom, and the two opted to go out on the streets in matching bunned up bigtails. The proud mom shared the moment on Instagram, saying that her daughter looked like her "mini me". 

Based on a previous article written by Madamenoire, it is safe for us to say that Tamera has no problem at all with Ariah being her "mini me", especially since she had wished for her daughter to be exactly like her prior to giving birth. As everyone knows, Tamera's husband Adam is white, and their first son Aiden looks a little bit more like him. That is why when she was pregnant with her second child, she hoped that her daughter's looks would be like hers, and not her husbands. 


While on "The Real" which she co-hosts, she admitted that she wanted her daughter to have her eye color and skin color. Her co-hosts then ended up remembering how Tamera would actually pray for it to happen, saying that she would ask God to let her daughter be brown and have black hair. 

Now that Ariah is getting older, she is looking more and more like her mother, even when it comes to their hair. The mother-and-daughter duo both have culry black hair, which makes their bunned up pigtails look extremely adorable on them. 


However, it seems Ariah actually inherited something from her father as well, and that was her big head. Tamera admitted that her husband Adam actually has a really big head, but it is something she loves and does not complain about. Tamera's co-host Loni shared with viewers of "The Real" that when they visited the hospital when Mowry gave birth, she was shocked to see Ariah's head, whom she could've sworn took up 9 pounds of her original weight of 10 pounds.