A new selfie Kenya Moore uploaded to her Instagram page is catching the attention of fans thanks to her mane-like appearance.
The returning star of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” uploaded a photo appearing to wear just faux lashes and a bare face as her thick, natural hair billowed around her.
Moore wrote a thankful caption that was littered with hashtags to let folks know the voluminous tresses did not come courtesy of a bundle of weave.
“#allmine #noweave,” they read. And, to let her followers know just how long her hair is, Moore added, “#24inches.”
Fans who caught the image couldn’t help but rave about her natural hair.
“Absolutely gorgeous you are one of the most naturally beautiful woman I have ever seen.”
“I love your hair. ❤️❤️❤️It’s absolutely beautiful. Right let them know no weave. I’ve long hair like you and people swear it’s a weave or I’m mixed 🤦🏽♀️🤦🏽♀️”
“Kenya. A lot of black folks don’t have hair like yours. A lot is hard to manage. People should start loving their hair texture. Your hair is beautiful tho.”
“You look fab.”
Moore has gotten praise for putting her natural hair on display before.
Back in January, Moore shared a selfie of her hair in a much less organized state explaining that being a mom to Brooklyn Doris Daly meant she wasn’t able to squeeze in time to get her hair styled.
“When you’re a new mom and don’t have time to do your hair! 😝” she wrote in part in the caption of her photo. The image showed how much thicker the star’s hair seemed to have gotten after her pregnancy and it seemed as if she hadn’t begun shedding any hair in the two months since giving birth to Brooklyn.
However, some argued that women always lose hair after pregnancy, something Moore disputed by citing her doctor.
“You lose 50-100 hairs per day. While pregnant you don’t. Therefore, your hair will naturally be thicker from not losing hair. #thatisall,” she said in the comments section.
Despite her photos showing her true tresses, Moore has dealt with haters over the years who doubt she’s been able to achieve mid-back-length hair without the help of extensions. But she’s always asserted that her hair is the real deal.
“My hair is real,” she said on a 2013 episode of “Watch What Happens Live.” “It’s very long and thick. It’s always been.”
“We’ve ran our fingers through it so we know it’s real,” her pal and “RHOA” co-star Kandi Burruss added.