Celebrity Natural Hair Sighting- Tamera Mowry Housely’s Big Chop
Slightly old news, but news is news: Actress Tamera Mowry-Housely decided to “start the new year, by starting fresh and just… being who God made me to be” and did the big chop a few weeks ago. She shared a photo on Instagram of her new do.
According to an interview with People, Mowry-Housely says “I think it’s beautiful when you see all different shades of black women or just any kind of woman with curly hair just kind of embracing it. I think it’s beautiful.”
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