Your Fave Celebs Bring Their Prom Slay, All Day

Photo: Instagram/ChandlerKinney

By Brianna Moné

Prom season may be winding down, but the level of slayage and #BlackGirlMagic that occurred this year will be on our minds for a while. Here’s a look at how some of your favorite celebs, such as Nia Sioux, Chandler Kinney, and more definitely did that.

 

But how beautiful is Chandler’s makeup?! She looks so radiant and is beyond worthy of that crown.

prom queens 👑 #instaprom

A post shared by Chandler Kinney (@chandlerlkinney) on

 

 

Nia is shinin’, shinin’, shinin’, shinin’ the only way she knows how for her first prom. And with her bae Bryce by her side, they look totally ready to snag InstaProm king and queen.

My very first prom💛

A post shared by Nia Sioux (@niasioux) on

 

If this isn’t the definition of *slay* then we don’t know what is. E’mryi killed her prom look and no doubt had all eyes on her the whole night.

 

Faith Thigpen (from Lifetime’s Bring It!) looks so regal in this blue mermaid dress, shutting it down for a second year at prom. YAS QUEEN!

 

SLAY. US. Daniella Perkins! She most def knows how to make a bomb impression at prom — from her hair to her gown, hands down, best dressed.

 

Curlanistas founder Lexi shows us you can never go wrong with black. Simply beautiful.

 

Elegant, graceful, gorgeous. Makalah Whisenton (also from Lifetime’s Bring It!) is serving us with bohemian, #carefreeblackgirl princess vibes, and we’re here for it.

 

Laya DeLeon Hayes (AKA the voice of Doc McStuffins and star of new comedy pilot Most Likely To) is a ray of sunshine in her yellow high-low dress. And she rocked her natural curls, which added to her sweet and fresh look.

 

Comin’ through with a lavender look, Riele Downs posted up at InstaProm in a renaissance faire-inspired gown she helped design. #TooMuchSauce

 

Now Peep This >> Your Favorite Celebs Reimagined in Traditional African Dress = LIFE!

 

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