Throwback Thursday: Kenya Moore’s ’90s Shampoo Ad

Posted on May 15 2014 - 2:02pm by Editor

Kenya Moore

Every Thursday, celebrate #TBT with us as we open the vault to share photos of Bravolebrities before they were famous—or revisit memorable moments from our shows. This week, we found a vintage hair campaign starring Kenya Moore.

The Real Housewives of Atlanta and former Miss USA had an endorsement deal with Pantene Pro-V. A youthful, innocent-looking Kenya Moore is awesomely decked out in some serious ‘90s gear while describing the benefits of the Pantene Pro-V system.


Kenya Moore (1971- ) is an American beauty who was Miss USA in 1993, the second African-American woman to win the title. She is also an actress, but even now, nearly 15 years later, she is still better known for her beauty than her acting.

She has beautiful eyes, a pretty face, deep, dark brown skin and a wonderful figure. She has long black hair from the Native Americans on her mother’s side of the family. So far as I know she is all natural.


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  • WaWaWaWHAT!

    IMHO…her hair is natural cause even googling 1990s pics of her she had long dark hair but her eyes appeared darker in the past…plus when Porsha would talk about her color contacts Kenya never denied it…all in all Kenya is an attractive woman…it’s just her personality that is over the top…

    • I agree. I use to think she wore a weave but it’s obvious it’s all her hair and it’s gorgeous!

  • Babson_Chick

    Great find – beautiful hair – not sure about the rest of her.

  • Marsbars09

    Her hair was always so pretty. It’s too bad she went from being Miss USA to starring in a ratchet Reality TV show.

  • RonnieIsBack

    i agree and I remember this commercial. Love her.

  • WestCoastFeed

    Lovely woman with a beautiful head of hair. Eat your heart out Porsha.

  • Norrth

    Oh how cool!

  • Moka Latte

    I don’t know why it was necessary to add that she has long, black hair from the NA side of her family. Last time I checked, black women were able to grow long hair; mixed ancestry or not.

    And no, that was not said outright, but it was implied.

  • kirklandmomma

    Hey Doc! All this chick has is a SAG card. Bye!