Teyonah Parris Sports Her Signature Afro & A Killer Color Combo To 'Survivor's Remorse' Party

As expected, the actress slays another red carpet. 

Samantha Callender Aug, 17, 2017

Last night (Aug. 16), Survivor’s Remorse actress Teyonah Parris looked absolutely ravishing at a celebration for the show’s impending fourth season.

Paras Griffin

The series regular walked the red carpet with her co-stars (Tichina Arnold, Ronreaco Lee and more) and stood out in a voluminous afro, cobalt blue eyeshadow and berry red lipstick. 

Paras Griffin

The gunmetal smokey eye and bright lip color proved to be an unlikely, but perfect pairing against Parris’ beautiful brown skin. 

The Dark and Lovely spokesperson looked equally gorgeous when she and Tichina Arnold played a hilarious round of Pictionary on ESSENCE Now. In case you missed it, watch the hilarious clip above and be sure to watch the season premiere of Survivor’s Remorse when it airs August 20 on STARZ. 

 

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[BLANK_AUDIO] A lot of people are talking about how white people can't really tell black stories, so it's a collaborative effort to work with you. How do you feel about that criticism though? Is it a valid criticism? Yeah. I think it's- Hit it, Tiana. [LAUGH] I see it. I get you. She got militant, like she's able to convey. [LAUGH] Yes. Tell us. I think that is absolutely a valid concern in our community. We want our stories to be told with authenticity. We want our stories to be told with heart, and Accuracy. And not to say that someone who is another culture can't do that. As you see, Michael Malice is doing a great job doing it. But there is validity in wanting a story about you, told by you. Right. As well as what we're doing over here on Starz with Mike O'Malley. It's a different perspective. You're having the two cultures coming together and seeing what that does. And it's a lot of dialogue. There are moments where Heated on set, or in the room, because someone feels like, I think that is a valid way of saying that, or that this family, no matter who they are, would go through that. And there are strong opinions on that set. You have some very Strong opinionated actors and it's a great debate though. What a balance. Where is it just human, where is just a human experience and where does that split come where this is particular to our species as an African-American family. Michael Mally is not afraid to ask question. [MUSIC] And that's good You know we love the fact that we play out an irish catholic family. [MUSIC] Because we still get his perspective. So you have two worlds that collide that meet but then That tell a new story. Right. So it' wonderful to be a black family in a different position, kind of, because I've never played a Catholic before. I had no idea what Catholicism was or how to go about being a Catholic until I asked questions to Mike. I was like hey. What does it mean to be a Catholic? So we share our stories, and we, but I love the fact that he's not afraid to ask us. Yes, it's important to ask the question. He asks us about the black culture. I love that. I know nothing about the white Catholic Irish culture. I ask questions. So I think that's a win-win situation for us with survivors. And that's why it's doing so well. [BLANK_AUDIO]