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Interview: Model Elhem Rich (Tunisia North Africa)

Can you tell us a little about you?

Talking about myself is not easy! Okay. So.. i grew up in a conservative small town in Tunisia, where women suffer the same problems resulting from men and how they supporting a range of traditional and inequitable attitudes towards women, including a belief that they are not fit to be leaders, should not work outside the home, and that it is more important to educate boys than girls. I rebel against what society told me and i decided to move to usa on 2016 just to pursue my goals. i traveled for many reasons one of these reasons, inspire other women and so they can believe everything is possible. So i moved here alone,i started pursue my goals as a model and an actress. I always had a huge passion for both. i love standing in front of the camera and express my beliefs through art.

If you could change anything about yourself, what would it be?

For me, it is overthinking i overthink everything is say, and i worry about everything. If all of this was gone, my life would be so much easier.After many years of a reading self-help books, attending communications seminars, taking self-development training, I understand that all human beings are imperfect. I have gotten to a place of self-acceptance that I fully embrace all my weaknesses and all my strengths.

How did you start modelling?

Get a killer modeling portfolio: The first and probably most important step in getting with my modeling career is to have a well rounded modeling portfolio that showcase my strong point through high quality, stunning images. Find the right modeling agency: The first step to getting signed by a modeling agency is getting seen by modeling agency. Getting seen requires a very simple submission: snapshorts of myself. Build social media following: Build my social media following as may actually help me get signed to an agency, believe it or not! This is a very new phenomenon. These days, modeling agencies will take a model’s online following into consideration when weighing whether to sign them or not. Yeah this is how i start modeling.

What do you think of the work as a model?

I think it can be hard.. As for talent, I don't really consider it a talent, I guess it's more of a skill and practice (and confidence) makes perfect. Talent is needed, as is passion for the work. If there's no passion, one won't last long. If there isn't talent, it's unlikely someone will be booked for a first job.

What is your beauty regimen?

My beauty secret is drinking a lot of water. I drink a lot of water then i moisturize. Otherwise, i don't really do so much fitness. i don't think it's very becoming for a woman to have a body like a man's, which is super cut. I prefer to be a little more on the softer side, so i just keep it light with a lot of walking, yoga, and an occasional jog. Also, i make sure i clean my face from make up all time. I use ice cubes twice a day all over my face and i think eating healthy is the most important thing.

What are your personal qualities which distinguish you from others?

I'm so optimistic and greatful person in life. Living in alignment with my values is key to do. Having a spiritual practice, which teaches me to be mindful and let go of attachments, also helps. It is also well known that we feel a sense of joy whenever we overcome obstacles and ourselves. I'm also known as a generous, patient and sensitive towards people. Kindness is true beauty. offering a word of encouragement, listening without judging,teaching, seeing the good in others, doing something for someone who can't possibly repay you are all aspects of kindness. Kindness rewards the helper in the process. And i'm so courageous and fearless. I believe courage is the ability to place our fears and feelings to one side, and see something through. For a few, it is the absence of fear, for most, it's the willingness to act despite fear. Lots of things in life take courage. It takes courage to be our authentic selves, to try something new, to change directions, to take risk, to admit we are wrong, to have a difficult conversation, to trust yourself.

What are your plans for the future?

I'd would love to have my own business, help others in need for the rest of my life. I would love to be a great inspiration for many people.

What are some of your favorite experiences so far?

Actually, moving away from home helped me grow. it's fun experience, i traveled everywhere in USA, by meeting many people, learning from each person, i learned that great things never came from comfort zones.

Do you have any advice for those who want to start modelling?

Never take rejection personally, do the best you can and move on. Don't overthink and change your mind if you get rejected several times. Try try but don't cry or Never give up. Apply it throughout your life because you won't always be successful in your first attempt itself. Never ever avoid trying to get back there.

What do you think of the magazine?

I think it's really nice magazine, is a great way of discovering new talents and to know more about them!.

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iam_elhem/?hl=en

Email: elhemmodel@gmail.com

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