Gabrielle Union's Latest Look Is Making Her Fans Excited - Check It Out Here

Gabrielle Union shared her latest look on social media and her fans can’t get enough of her. Check out her post here.

‘It’s the curlssssss for me. It’s the curlssssss. @flawlessbygu ripples 🖤💥🔥When asked how @flawlessbygu was able to perform as well and generate healthy sales growth month after month, what matters is company values ​​1) Products actually work 🤷🏾 ‍♀️ 2) Accessible @sallybeauty @amazon 3) CHEAP everything is 4-10 $ 4) The #LiftAsWeClimb initiative to make sure we use our platform and access to empower and empower other black-owned businesses ✊🏾 🙏🏾👑 5) We listen and take feedback, ”Gabrielle captioned her post.

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Someone said, “Okay … the Curlssssss and the BABYFACE for me.” And one commentator said, “It’s the dimples for me.”

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Another follower said, “So beautiful here is a challenge you and Brandy should be for Halloween !!! The girls would eat. ‘

One commenter said, ‘Whoa !! Gabby is glamorous, not that she was stunning, but wow, this look is a KILLA. One of my favourites! ❤️ ‘

Gabrielle Union just praised an amazing young and talented poet. Check out their impressive message.

‘Today I want to celebrate #WCW in honor of #NationalPoetryMonth, @ajamonet. She is a poet, writer, copywriter, activist and voice we all desperately need. She is the youngest poet to become the Nuyorican Poets Café Grand Slam champion at age 19 and the last woman to win that title since then. “Gabrielle started her job.

She went on to say, “She is a true artist in every way and has so much soul, depth and truth to offer. She has also been a leading force through her activism, working with the Say Her Name campaign to highlight police brutality against black women. Please take a moment today to read her words and soak in her poetry. Let us lift it up in the light of goodness and hold it there. ‘

The artist valued her message.