My dream gig would be to be the “face/presence” of a brand that caters to women that are neither model height, nor build. I represent the women that are shorter with fuller figures, but not necessarily plus size.
My dream gig is to be a successful print model/artist/graphic designer, and a little acting would be great too. I would love to model for Ralph Lauren, Dolce & Gabbana, True Religion, Gap and many more well-known clothing companies. My intent is to be the best short, petite, natural hair print model there is!
Every model dreams of seeing themselves on the cover of their favorite magazine, walking the runway, or even wearing the clothes of their favorite designer for various print ads. For me, the dream does not stop there. Good would be landing one of those gigs, better would be to actually be quite successful at the job but the BEST of all of this would be to inspire, motivate, and encourage every
My look is unique, yet versatile and is also a reflection of my fun personality. With this, I believe I represent an original type of beauty, a beauty that needs to be fully acknowledged and represented worldwide.
I am proud to stand for my individuality. I am passionate and unique, yet I am still human. In me exists many faces of the person that I am; I cry, laugh, and have fun… I am me.
I am happy to be optimistic about things. I believe that everything is continuous and growing which is why I am always eager to learn and experience the world.
I truly believe that a person can be in control of whatever situations life may bring; all that is needed is trust for ones self and determination to succeed.
My dream gig Is to be a natural hair icon. To have the first all natural magazine and be on the cover with my hair out wild in all its natural glory. I think I am right for the job because I have inspired so many women to love themselves with their natural hair. I have motivated them to be comfortable with their natural hair. I think I bring a since of style to the natural community that no one ever thought possible.
Enthusiastic applause erupts as I stride into view. Following my entrance a host of gorgeous women of all races proceeds. Armed with our natural magnificence, we strike a pose in order to combat THE standard of beauty. This is MY dream gig. I want to produce a fashion show that celebrates international representations of beauty. To have both the young and old from Romania to Tanzania strut their stuff with their natural flavor would be a dream come true, thus allowing a greater appreciation of God’s creation rather than a one dimensional perversion of true beauty: To acknowledge splendor in all its forms, shattering the “standard” of beauty and embracing the diversity and brilliance of all in our global community.