Ms. Namita Nayyar: You have glowing skin and gorgeous hair. Do you take some kind of skin treatment to keep it young and glowing and secondly what you do to your hair to make them look so stunning?
Ms. Necar Zadegan: I am very girly when it comes to my skin and hair. I love baths and scrubs and my bathroom is filled with tiny bottles of various creams. I do love this vitamin c serum that I use daily, it’s made by Skinceuticals. My good friend Ada Polla has a line called Alchimie that I use a lot of products from and they are all natural products that are gentle for my skin. I get regular facials because my job is very demanding on my skin and hair, with all the makeup every day and heat products on my hair, I try to baby my skin and hair when I get home. I use a hair masque or treatment a couple times a month and never go to bed without washing my face. The best of all though is water and plenty of sleep.
Ms. Namita Nayyar: Advice and motivational words for our inspiring and budding women models and actresses who all are your fans, what should they do for their climb to the ladder of success in field of acting and fashion?
Ms. Necar Zadegan: Work hard, become the best in your field, study with many different masters, and always stay positive about the journey.
Ms. Namita Nayyar: You are leading media personality, model and film & television actress. How you manage such a remarkable multi-dimensional lifestyle?
Ms. Necar Zadegan: I suppose it seems like a lot but it is my life and I am used to managing it. It’s always good to get back to the basics when it feels overwhelming. Calling my parents who I am so lucky to have, dinner at home, stuff like that, just getting my feet back on the ground.
Ms. Namita Nayyar: You made your Broadway debut in the Tony Award winning and Pulitzer Prize nominated play ” The Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo,” opposite Robin Williams. Elaborate your memorable experience working in the theater?
Ms. Necar Zadegan: Theater will always be a great love of mine. It is truly an actor’s medium and the relationship with the story and the audience cannot be recreated that way in the other mediums.
The Bengal tiger show was particularly special because it was my Broadway debut and all of our debut’s including Robin’s. He was a huge star and it brought great notoriety to the play and we found great success because of that, but he was always just one of us when we were working. He was a great actor and a truly remarkable human being. I loved him very much. It was a great show, and I won’t forget the experience.