Clearly Evelyn Lozada and her eldest daughter Shaniece Hairston strongly resemble each other.
The “Basketball Wives” star shared a pic of her and Hairston that made fans do a double take. She took to Instagram on Sunday, March 15, and uploaded an image that showed her and her daughter posing inside of a photo booth located at Soho House members-only club in West Hollywood.
Lozada rocked a pair of light-washed jeans and a black v-cut T-shirt, while Hairston wore black shorts, a matching bodysuit and a white tank top. They both went for a glam makeup look, and Lozada let her natural curls hang loose.
They both flashed a bright smile at the camera, with Lozada writing in her caption, “Best friend 💋.” Her post gained the likes of 27,000 fans and a flood of compliments.
“Twin beauties! 🔥💕 Would love to see you two do the #switchitupchallenge. ❤️”
“Aww so pretty!! You 2 are twins😉 Evelyn y’all take cute pics your family is gorgeous. Much success to you”
“You two beautiful ladiesre mother and daughter Goals!🙌🏻💕 OMG! I wish I had your genes!! so darn gorgeous”
“For a minute I couldn’t tell you apart. You look liker her sister Ev beautiful love your relationship. Look at you got all that healthy thick curly hair ❤️”
“I love the close relationship y’all have…it reminds me of my mother and I 💕 you two look alike. Like mother like daughter”
“Your hairrr 😍 you look just like you did as a teen! Beautiful. You look like her twin”
Lozada, who is also the mother of 5-year-old Carl Leo Crawford, shares a tight-knit bond with her daughter.
She gave birth to Hairston when she was only 17 years old and raised her to the best of her ability. During a 2017 appearance on the show “The Question Mark,” Lozada sat down with her daughter and explained to Hairston why she loved her.
“First of all we grew up together. Obviously I had you young. I feel like you, early on in my life, gave me purpose,” the “BBW” star said. “It just really inspired me just to become the best person that I can be. I feel like if you weren’t around, I don’t know where I would be.”