BY Ama Nunoo, 1:34pm October 27, 2020,

Lovie Simone is natural hair goals to the teeth and we’re in love

Lovie Simone is hair goas all year round. Whether in braids or an an afro, she looks stunning. Photo:

Lovie Simone Oppong is a Ghanaian-American actress widely known for her role as Zora Greenleaf in OWN’s hit series, Greenleaf. You know we love natural hair divas, and this 21-year-old diva is all the natural hair goals we need to see on our timeline.

The Bronx native’s mother is American, and her father is Ghanaian, and she is a twin! She has a fraternal twin sister. She is a family-oriented person and loves spending time at home with her family when she is not on set.

Lovie is currently working on the reboot of the 90’s teen drama, The Craft as Tabby. The Craft: Legacy star said she was very particular about which role she decides to play, and power roles are on top of that list.

“I choose to play like power roles for girls that don’t really usually have power because they look like me. I become my characters in ways that I would never see for myself. Tabby is probably the closest character to me.”

She has been hands-on with her hair right from the corner of her home, shooting hair and makeup tutorials for her YouTube channel to stunning crowds at red carpet events in her natural tresses. She refers to herself as the beauty guru.

Okay, Lovie. We see you and your lovely hair. Here are six stunning photos of Lovie rocking her natural hair either in braids or afro or a twist out to set your mood right.

Lovie Simone: 2017 BET Awards -04 | GotCeleb
Photo: GotCeleb
Pin on Celebrity Uncensored!
Photo: Celebmafia
Lovie Simone | Natural hair bangs, Natural hair ponytail, Natural hair  styles
Photo: Pinterest
Lovie Simone – 'Greenleaf' Premiere in New York | GotCeleb
Photo: GotCeleb
Lovie Simone Will Be Portraying Davina Harrison In The Power Book III  Raising Kanan -
Photo: Where is the buzz
Seen at Sundance: scruffy men, tiny horse, multiple Skarsgards
Photo: The Mercury News

Last Edited by:Ama Nunoo Updated: February 4, 2021


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