Interview: Model Alicia Masters (Germany)
Can you tell us a little about you?
Hi! My name is Alicia, I was born in southern Germany.
My roots are from Germany and Jamaica (a beautiful Caribbean island).
I am a trained pharmaceutical technical assistant with a penchant for anthroposophy and have been a self-employed model for about 4 years.
If you could change anything about yourself, what would it be?
I was approached at the age of 15, but was always too shy to do a photo shoot and then I finally did it in my early 20s and was immediately hooked, since then I have been working as a model. First as a hobby and now more professionally.
I have registered a business and work independently as a model, but I am also represented by some agencies.
How did you start modelling?
That's the question, is it about visual features or character traits? Visually I would change little because there is a reason why we are who we are and look that way.
Maybe I would wish for a bit more muscles, but I'm already working on that laughing.
Character: I inherited my Caribbean temperament which can degenerate into impulsiveness from my Jamaican mother, sometimes I would like to have a little more patience with myself and others!
What do you think of the work as a model?
I think it is a much much tougher job than people on the outside think and can be physically as well as mentally demanding, yet I love it and couldn't ask for anything else!
What is your beauty regimen?
Eat healthy, get enough sleep and drink lots of water! I make most of my own conditioners; cosmetic products etc., mostly with all-natural ingredients and I definitely want to launch my own natural cosmetics one day. I've been work
What are your personal qualities which distinguish you from others?
I am very disciplined, perfectionist and when I want something and have tremendous stamina. I do a lot to achieve the goals I set for myself in life.
What are your plans for the future?
As mentioned above, I would like to build up my own business and continue to achieve and develop more in the field of modelling. more in the field of modelling and to develop myself further. I could also imagine leaving Germany at some point and emigrating, somewhere warm.
What are some of your favorite experiences so far?
There were a few.
Do you have any advice for those who want to start modelling?
Yes, try it! Never let it get you down and learn to love yourself as you are, then you'll make it!
What do you think of the magazine?
I think the magazine is great and I'm glad that Peter asked me for an interview and gave me the chance to introduce myself and my work. I see that as a great honouring on that for quite a while.
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