Tia Mowry And Her Husband, Cory Hardrict, Both Debut New Hairstyles In Sweet Photo -- 'Sister Sister' Actress Gave Her Man An Edgy New Look

Tia Mowry And Her Husband, Cory Hardrict, Both Debut New Hairstyles In Sweet Photo -- 'Sister Sister' Actress Gave Her Man An Edgy New Look
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Tia Mowry and her husband, Cory Hardrict, are giving couple goals while in quarantine due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The Sister Sister actress recently took to social media, where she posted a stunning photo of herself with a sleek and sexy hairstyle.

The mother of two has gone all natural, and she is also embracing her grey hair. The businesswoman is also makeup-free in the Instagram selfie.

She captioned the photo: “It’s been me and my #fro as of late. 👊🏽 #natural #hair #curlyhair #nofilter #nomakeup #me.”

While Tia is taking care of herself, she is doing the same for Cory. She shared a sweet photo after she gave him a haircut.

She explained: “You guys, I cut @coryhardrict hair. He told me this is called the #quarantine #cut. He wanted to leave #hair on top because he didn’t know how much he wanted once his actual #barber cuts his hair out of #quarantine. #married #husband #wife.”

Fans are in love with the couple's edgy hairstyles. One supporter stated: "I love it! I need to give my fiancé a shape up soon. 🥴😁You guys are just the cutest...blessings to your family. ❤️🙏🏻"

Another commenter claimed: "You did an amazing job on Corey's hair. You moisturize the hell out of his hair...I love it! Boom!"

This follower added: "Lol I just cut my mans hair too I want my 40 bucks😛lol. love how your necklace could stand for Corey, Cree, and Cairo 🔥💚"

The actress recently shared this uplifting message: "Hi, guys! #quarantine #day #31 for me. As you may now know, #Los Angeles has gotten an extension till the middle of May. I have to say, there is a smile here; however, under that smile, there have been tears, anxiety, and fear. Every day is not perfect. I get overwhelmed with my thoughts. Some days I find it hard to be productive. I wanted to share that it’s okay not to feel your best. It’s okay not to be productive. It’s okay to cry in these times. This is new for all of us. We are learning as we go. Give yourself #grace. Be patient with yourself. Everything is going to be all right."

Quarantine has been bad for some couples, but it has been quite good for those two.

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