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Kenya Moore's Gorgeous Natural Hair: "No Weave, No Extensions, No Lace Fronts, No Wigs"
The Real Housewives of Atlanta mom even let Wendy Williams tug her "24 inches of waist length healthy hair."
Kenya Moore does not mess around when it comes to silencing the haters. The Real Housewives of Atlanta new mom has been very vocal about her disdain for people who claim her hair is fake, a weave, or chock full of extensions. In fact, the Kenya Moore Hair CEO takes great pride in her naturally long and luscious locks, and she has no problem proving just how fabulous her hair is at any given moment, as evidenced by her recent visit to The Wendy Williams Show.
In her latest Instagram post, Kenya shared a little glimpse of her backstage glam as she prepared to sit on the purple couch alongside host Wendy Williams. In the post, all we see is Kenya's dark sheet of long, full, and gorgeous strands blown out stick straight. Her naturally high-volume hair sits just at her waist while she gets her makeup done, and let's just say that her hair is every bit as impressive as we previously thought.
In her caption she boasted, "All my natural hair! No weave, no extensions, no lace fronts, no wigs, no nothing! All my 24” of waist length healthy thick hair!"
Of course, there's nothing wrong with donning a dope wig or extensions, if that's your cup of tea! But Kenya's commitment to a head full of hair minus any enhancements is a welcome departure, given that many of the Housewives have shared their struggles with hair loss after years of extensions, sew-ins, and wigs. Traction alopecia has been an issue for everyone from RHONJ's Jennifer Aydin (who sought PRP injections to combat the hair loss) to RHOC's Emily Simpson who proudly showed off her real hair.
To prove her point even further, Kenya let Wendy Williams root her hair in search of any evidence of enhancements (You have to scroll through the pics to see her hilarious reaction). Now, that's commitment.