Tami looked radiant in a red two-piece pants set that was embellished with lemon prints. The proud mother of two flaunted her sexy yellow stilettos and matching designer handbag. Squatting in front of what appeared to be a wooden fence, the reality star hit her angles by smiling at the camera.Tami blocked out the sun with the perfect oversized shades. Her makeup choice on this particular day was a deep red lipstick with gold eyeshadow. The New York native went back to her East Coast roots and tied her outfit together with silver supersized earrings.
The 50-year-old actress gave a shoutout to Beverly Hills beautician Tiara Nelson for her epic hairstyle. “That time @thebeautyfreek gave me a bomb a-s haircut💛,” Tami wrote. With over 66,000 likes and some 1,000 compliments from fans, it’s safe to assume that people loved Tami’s hair.
“I like the short hair on you.. looks nice😍,” someone gushed. Another person who commented underneath the image wrote: “You look pretty with short hair🔥.” But other fans took a liking to Tami’s bright drip. “A ray of sunshine💛,” somebody else expressed.
Tami has rocked many short hairstyles over the course of her career. But some people were taken aback last September when she shared a photo on Instagram that showed her sporting a teeny-weeny blond afro. In that moment, she explained in her caption that she was beginning her natural hair journey because her hair had fallen out.
Tami appeared as a celebrity witness on the Nov. 19 episode of “Personal Injury Court,” where she showed off her Afro and explained that she was practically bald after dyeing her hair. “I’ve dyed my hair most of my life because I grayed early. So, I went to my stylist and I said, ‘I want you to take my hair to platinum blond,’ and he said, ‘You know, it’s going to be difficult.’ And I said, ‘I still want it.’ And, six weeks later, all the hair fell out. I wanted what I wanted and now I’m bald.”
While Tami was not suing anyone, a woman named Tracy Adams was. Adams took her hairstylist to court after she suffered from severe hair loss due to botched extensions. Adams won her case and was granted $480,000 for her past medical bills, future treatment, and for her pain and suffering.