LaTavia Roberson dishes on her hair and beauty essentials
Destiny’s Child fanatics are brimming with excitement to see LaTavia Roberson once again grace their TV screens. The songstress has joined the cast of “R&B Divas Atlanta” and is dishing candidly on her post DC days while attempting to form a sisterhood with fellow chanteuses Syleena Johnson, Keke Wyatt, Angie Stone, Kameelah Williams and Monifah Carter.
Before this beauty makes her TV One debut on Wednesday, April 23 at 10 p.m. EST, she had girl talk with rolling out about the all the things that keep her face pristine and her enviable mane primped to perfection.
Check out our hair and beauty chat with LaTavia Roberson below. -danielle canada
What is your skin care routine?
I keep it simple, stupid. I love Cetaphil and Witch Hazel. I use the ROC undereye cream and POND’s moisturizer.
What are your makeup essentials?
I use MAC. My favorite makeup regiment is to put on concealer, blot powder, a little bit of bronzer, mascara and lip gloss. I prefer to not have makeup on.
Do you wear your natural hair?
I wear my natural hair a lot. My hairstylist, Dallas Christopher, sometimes puts in clips and sometimes I’ll do a little enhancement [with extensions]. I love my natural hair. I’m not a perm girl, my hair is natural outside of my color. I haven’t had a perm in over 20 years.
How do you keep your color-treated natural hair so healthy?
I don’t use other chemicals as well. When I wear my hair curly I keep leave-in condition in there. I love TRESemmé and Paul Mitchell products. I keep it conditioned and I keep my ends trimmed.
What do you want people who’ve followed you since Destiny’s Child to learn about you on “R&B Divas”?
I think everything that happened to me, happened for me. I adore everybody [in Destiny’s Child]. I get asked about the other girls a lot, I adore all of their careers. I follow them daily because I love them; we grew up together. I feel like my path happened the way that it did because it was supposed to. I am truly grateful for everything, every moment I spent with those girls.
All the adversities that I’ve gone through, I truly embrace it. I am grateful for the people I have around me now; my management team, my mother, my daughter. I’m happy with my life right now and who I am, and the only way to go is up.