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The 49-Year-Old Actress Posted A Carousel of Pictures On Instagram On Saturday

Gabrielle Union shared show-stopping street photos of herself wearing a sporty white Prada outfit on Instagram on Saturday.

Gabrielle Union is a stunning natural beauty

The 49-year-old actress posted a carousel of photos on Instagram on Saturday, where she steals the spotlight on the street. Styled by Thomas Christos Kikis, the “Bring It On” star stunned in a short white sporty Prada dress, pairing the athletic piece with a glamorous red mini handbag and black open-toed sandal wedges.

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London-based hair stylist to Union’s hair

Union’s hair was put into a long braid by London-based hairstylist Isaac Polian. Her natural glam makeup highlighted her radiant beauty, which was portrayed by Esther Edem. If I have to be worried about it, everyone needs to be worried about it.

“Vintage P,” Union captioned her post

Fans expressed major love in the “Cheap By The Dozen” actress’ post, praising her ever-aging beauty. “You are one of my favourites,” wrote one fan. “Love this look.” “Perfect face,” added another. “Worst of them all. A real Black Gorgeous Barbie,” someone shouted. “Now it’s sizzle and pop,” commented one fan.

“A masterpiece,” shouted another

“You’re so beautiful, Gab,” replied one person. The “Think Like a Man” star isn’t afraid of light colors and a show-stopping look. On Sunday, Union attended the Prada Men’s Spring ’23 show with husband Dwayne Wade in Milan. Union shone in a Prada long beige tank dress that featured a hem with a bold fringe.

Gabrielle Union in a short white sporty Prada dress

But no matter the public setting, there is one thing the union will almost always ensure. May she be spot-on in her radiant and healthy glow. Skincare has been a big interest for the star, and it’s clear that her routine is paying off. In 2020, Union spoke to Essence about how she maintains her flawless skin. She told Black Women’s Lifestyle Magazine that sun protection is very important for people of all color.

Women don’t think we’re at risk

“A lot of women of color don’t think we’re at risk. We believe that our melanin is an inherent protection and we’re good to go from birth. That’s not the case,” Union explained. “We have to stay above our sun protection. We burn too,” she continued. “Everyone says, ‘Black people don’t burn,’ but yes, we do burn too, so do Latinas, Asians, and everyone else. No one is immune from sun damage.

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