Do you take a special diet or have a strict menu that you follow to remain healthy and physically fit?
I think the perfect word to describe it is balance. I don’t have a special diet but I try to eat in a balanced manner. It’s important not to restrict yourself or to forbid indulgences but it is also important to be mindful of what you are putting in your body. I think it is most important to have a positive relationship with food and to stay active.
You have glowing skin and gorgeous hair. Share with us your hair care and skincare routine.
Thank you and while I’d disagree at times I’ll try to share. My go to are masks. Whenever I have time I’ll always do a mask. Cooling eye pads, mud-based, whatever it is, I love the kind of skin care you can do while doing something else.
I try to use natural products whenever I can and try not to mess too much with the natural oil and moisture balance of my skin. Your body has a way of managing things better than any cream can. Most importantly
You go to different places and work with different professionals for your modeling career. For a model to adjust to different places with their own cultures, it must be difficult, and then to adjust to a modeling career in new locations and with different professional directors, what advice you can give to fellow glamour models in a similar situation?
I love to travel, love going to different places and working with different people. I’m really open so it’s not difficult for me to start conversations because I’m always authentically curious about other people’s lives. That part really comes easy to me so my sociability probably helps. For those in a similar situation, my best advice would be to approach every situation with a positive attitude and give everyone the benefit of the doubt.
Of course, there will be personal, interpersonal or cultural clashes, there are bound to be. But often, when working in a team, everyone is just aiming to produce the best product possible. Trust that criticisms are for the benefit of the work and try to have thick skin when you need to. Most importantly, trust in your own judgment and intuition. Being true to yourself and your own values and beliefs can help you navigate almost any situation which may arise.
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