‘Naturally Glowgeous’: Fans Are Stunned By Kenya Moore’s New Makeup-Free Post

Fans of “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Kenya Moore were awestruck by the mother of one’s natural beauty after she shared a makeup-free post on Tuesday.

The 1993 Miss USA winner showed off a black one-strapped shirt that displayed her busty cleavage. She accessorized the outfit with a “B” pendant necklace, possibly referencing her nearly 2-year-old daughter Brooklyn Daly. Moore’s long, black wavy tresses were the highlights of her look. She captioned the Oct. 20 post “The sky is the limit ❤️,” and it garnered more than 27,000 likes. Many fans expressed their admiration of the beauty queen’s youthful appearance.

A pensive Kenya Moore. (Photo: @thekenyamoore/Instagram)

Natural Beauty!!✨✨🔥🔥😍😍

It’s the glow for me 😍✨👑

You stay coming with that melanin Barbie beauty!🔥🔥🔥

Naturaly Glowgeous 😍😍😍

Kenya Moore, a camera’s best friend. (Photo: @thekenyamoore/Instagram)

One of the “RHOA” star’s followers asked the entrepreneur what she uses to set her curls.

“I love your natural curls and waves they are at their most beautiful when you leave it natural what products are you using to set those curls and what products are you using to keep that beachy waves look😊,” an Instagram user wrote. The reality star responded the only products she used was shampoo, conditioner, serum and the wind.

In addition to revealing hair secrets, the 49-year-old beauty dished in an April interview with Hollywood Life that she owes her dazzling glow over the years to many things, but one overall: water.

“To start with, obviously hydration — it’s really important during this time to stay hydrated and healthy. So I think just keeping your skin hydrated, working out, and trying to try to eat as healthy as you possibly can…but hydration, I would say, is number one.”

Kenya also confessed that only wearing makeup for work has kept her skin from aging.

“I just don’t really wear makeup. Unless I’m just feeling bored one day and I’m like, ‘Oh, I want to, you know, treat myself to a face today. [I keep my skin] clean. I make sure that I don’t sleep in makeup, that I do a thorough cleansing and moisturizing before I go to bed. So, you know, keep it simple.”

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