• Mic Droppa

    Annoying, but beautiful.

  • Lo

    Yes, she’s a mess lol but her hair really is beautiful! And she’s proof that you can heat style on a regular basis and still retain length.

  • NeverBeenWrong

    Thank you! Not every black woman with straight hair down her back has a perm/relaxer or a weave.

  • http://www.clutchmagonline.com/2013/03/blindsided-by-divorce-rhoas-porsha-stewart-learned-about-split-online/ Mimi


  • Very nice…and she also rocks the natural look sometimes as well.

  • The Other Jess

    She does have great hair. I just hope she never goes to blonde.

  • The Comment

    She is soo beautiful to me. She has this Malibu Barbie vibe. (I have not seen one episode of RHOA).

  • http://gravatar.com/nolakiss16 binks

    Though my opinion has tanked on her since Housewives of ATL she is a beautiful lady with great hair!

  • Chelle

    Too bad everything underneath the hair is shallow & very insecure with no confidence despite how often she proclaims her fabulousity. She revengeful and hold grudges. It is clear that she suffer from a lack of unconditional loving & bonding during some critical growth & development years as a child. This had apparently scared away all thoes high profile wealthy men who could have made her such a wonderful husband. Ms. Severely Insecure with good hair. SMH.

  • Kay

    She does have great looking hair, and it’s even better that it’s all hers. It looks fabulously healthy too.

  • http://lushstrands.blogspot.com lushstrands

    I’ve never seen rhoa and don’t know anything about her personality but I think she is gorgeous.

    Also, you do realise “I could care less” means you actually do care. I’m guessing you meant “I couldn’t care less…”

  • Cheetarah, Lion-O an ‘nem

    ..I fathom this observation is based on her role in a REALITY SHOW?
    There you have it. Too Catty.

  • Liz

    As someone who agrees (somewhat) with Chelle, that observation is based on who she presents herself to be to the world. If her character isn’t really her, then her character is an awful human being. She bothers me to no end.

  • MommieDearest

    Her hair is amazing. I’ve always thought she was gorgeous. When she won Miss USA my first thought was that she looks like a Barbie doll dipped in chocolate. LOL!!!

    I’ve caught glimpses of her on RHOA (my husband watches it *eye roll*), and I PRAY that it’s all an act for the camera. However, whether it’s “real” or not, the camera can only work with what you give it. Once you make the decision to feed into the stereotype for dollars, all bets are off.

    I peeked at the reunion show for a minute and all of those sisters looked STUNNING. I think it’s so sad to have that much beauty covering up a bunch of ugliness (at least, as it’s portrayed to us) on the inside.

    Anyway, back to the hair… It looks great, so healthy and thick. Kenya and Oprah know how to keep their manes rocking.

  • Beauty

    Actually, Kenya Moore’s hair is not chemically straightened! She did try a keratin treatment once though and liked it. She said so in a recent interview. Also, it’s all hers! Wendy Williams “rooted” her on her last visit to the show as she sat on the couch. It looked about as long as it is shown on the pictures as it did for her interview that day too. The only chemicals she claims to have altered it with are those for color.

    I’m really happy about this. As a “natural hair” wearer who occasionally wears heat straightened hair, I can’t wait to see what her new hair care line is all about. I hope she caters to both textures since she also deals with both everyday. Don’t know if it’ll be available on her website, Amazon or big box stores like Target & Walmart. I think I heard her hint at the later once or twice. Don’t know when it’ll be available either, outside of her continually saying “soon”. Maybe sometime during the next RHOA season? Can’t wait to try it either way.

  • Beauty

    Well, I don’t know her personally so I can’t sit here on a blog and post anonymous armchair assumptions on who Kenya Moore really is, what she really is, and how she really is. I’m not in her head and I don’t know her heart. I follow many celebrities on Twitter that have tweeted comments about Kenya being on RHOA and not even recognizing the person on the screen (and disliking what they’re seeing)- despite knowing her personally and professionally for many years. She IS an actress after all. That only tells me that what viewers are seeing of her on RHOA was her playing her role as “the villain” in the cast. Only there to stir up trouble. And it worked. RHOA received it’s highest ratings of the franchise this past season and all, including Kenya, have been signed for next season.

    I could believe her career needed a boost and she thought RHOA was just the ticket to ride it back to the top. She played her role and got rewarded for it. Her business venture born of the job (Booty Boot Camp) is selling very nicely on Amazon and is sold at Barnes & Noble too. Now she wants to do more fitness dvds and include fitness wear to the list of ventures.She’s also coming out with a hair care line sometime soon too. Kenya needed to do what she needed to do in order to lock up her slot on the cast for next season.

    I truly believe once her ventures are fully underway, she’ll begin to distance herself from the “bad girl” image she created on the show (ie. NeNe Leakes) and begin to focus solely on her “beauty brand” and production company that she started for herself. She might leave the show altogether (if she doesn’t get a spin off) after that.

    Bottom line:
    1) I don’t think the viewers are seeing “the real” Kenya Moore on the show.
    2) ALL those ladies are “insecure”, “hold grudges”, and are “revengeful” in one way or to some degree or another!
    3) She’s supposedly dating an African oil tycoon, who is a billionaire, at this very moment. He ain’t skerrred!
    4) WE ARE ALL “damaged” in some way or another! Whether that “damage” took place at some “critical growth & development” stage in our lives or not. We have ALL experienced the wear and tear of life as we have lived. Case In Point: Just scroll the comments section of any blog and see the pure hate, vitriol, and uncomical insanity that is spewed. All on people they have NEVER known personally and probably will NEVER know in their lifetimes. But yet they they talk that self-important talk all over a person whose PERSONA is gleaned from a tv show… SMDH!

  • http://gravatar.com/ravsmith78 Ravi

    yeah, reality tv is about as “real” as professional wrestling. This reminds me of when Hulk Hogan became a bad guy for a few years. People legit hated him.

  • courtney

    Couldn’t of said it any better. :)

  • Nicole

    Give me a break about the long hair beauracy..

  • simplyme

    I wonder if she goes tanning…. How does she always have that “its summer and I’ve been at the beach all day” bronzy goddess look? I don’t know much about her but I’d take some beauty tips any day of the week.

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