Mom June Shannon showcased her long-lasting makeup, sharing an inspiring message on how to stay strong in adversity.
Thursday 29 July Mama June: The Road to Redemption The 41-year-old star took a selfie to reveal her glamorous new look. “Despite all this, I try to keep a smile on my face,” she wrote via Instagram Stories during the game. Brian MartinThe song “Beauty in the Struggle”.
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June smiled broadly as she first caught a glimpse of herself in a curved manner that fell over her shoulders. The WE TV star likely used weave or elongation in her last photo, having previously shown much shorter ‘do after pampering yourself at the Beverly Hills Salon in September. At the time, June decided to get a bob haircut, a lighter color and courtesy of a stylist. Pamela Brogardy…
June’s new look came a few days after the arrival of her new grandson, Bentley Jameson Efirda, on July 21. In the weeks before his birth, June was reunited with all four of her daughters. Laurin “Pumpkin” EtherA “baby shower” that marked the first time she had seen them all in person in six years.
IN From not to hot The star could be seen standing next to the then pregnant Loreen, 21, Jessica “Chubbs” Shannon, 24, Anna “Chickadee” Cardwell, 26, and Alana “Honey Boo Boo” Thompson, 15, in family photos taken during the event.
June’s youngest daughter, Alana, has been living with Lauryn since early 2020 so that June can focus on her sobriety path after completing her rehab. And for taking on this role, June exclusively said In touch she will always be grateful and grateful for Lauryn’s help.
“[Lauryn] everything is very, very good, “- said the mother of four children In touch in March, a few weeks before Lauryn announced she was pregnant with baby # 2. “Despite the fact that she did not have to interfere [as a mother figure], yes, and you know, in our family … we have always stuck together. “
“I have seen [Alana and Lauryn] on social media and the like, ”June continued. “So, you know, I kept up. Mom never stops with addiction or no addiction.”