Advice and motivational words to the inspiring and budding models that all are your fans, they shall like to know from you, what they should do for their climb to ladder of success in this field?
Be brave and go for it. Shoot a lot. Build up your diverse portfolio. I did a lot of trade for print shoots to get started. I would not expect to get paid in the beginning.
At the same time, check out the photographer’s reputation and his work. If you get a gut a feeling that something isn’t right about someone or a situation, trust it. Just because they want to shoot with you, it doesn’t mean they are professional.
Above all, have fun. Be confident. You are beautiful inside and out, let yourself shine. If you aren’t comfortable with yourself, it will come through in the photographs.
Believe in yourself, you are all you need. Never give up on yourself, you are worth it. I was born beautiful and perfect. I always will be. Be humble and grateful.
You have also been trained in ballet at the prestigious Royal Academy of Dance in London. Do you still practice it sometimes?
I incorporate it into my Yoga practice. I still love going to the ballet.
Your hair and skincare routine?
My hair artist is in quarantine and has a broken ankle. She is one of my best friends. In the meantime, I’m taking care of my hair using Aveda products and Olaplex. For skincare I have a daily routine that includes Clinique Take the Day Off, Elemis cleanser and toner followed by a moisturizer with SPF plus Dr. Brandt eye cream.
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