Oleksandra Starynets, a stunningly beautiful Ukrainian model. She just started modeling a year back and is already making her presence felt in the international modeling world.
Women Fitness President Ms. Namita Nayyar did a candid interview with Oleksandra Starynets, a leading Ukrainian model where she talks about her workout, diet, hair & skincare, and her success story.
How did you decide to start a model career in 2019? Tell us more about this fabulous journey.
I started being involved in modelling not so long ago, but have already visited 14 countries. Model scouts approached me and offered to visit magnificent Asian countries, such as the Republic of China, Vietnam, Qatar and Thailand. During my travels, I have visited such cities as Beijing, Bangkok, Hong Kong and Doha.
You move from Ukraine to France, Switzerland, Taiwan, Italy, Vietnam, Cyprus and Europe for your professional career. It must be difficult for a model to adapt to new countries with their own culture and then to adjust to a modelling career in a new foreign country. What advice can you give other models in a similar situation?
First of all, I get pleasure from exploring a new country and its culture. I want to give such a piece of advice to beginning models: to achieve a high result you must enjoy the process, love with all your heart what you are doing, and only in this case you will get harmony of interaction with a photographer and his or her team. Then the result will not be long in coming.
You are a leading media personality, international model and brand ambassador. How do you manage to lead such a wonderful multidimensional lifestyle?
The answer is very simple! The motto of my life is to enjoy work or not to take it at all. Therefore, I do not feel tired or uncomfortable.
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