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Interview: Model Victoria M’lynn (USA)

Can you tell us a little about you?

I’m a freelance model who likes to dabble in all things artsy from creative writing, drawing, photography, scrapbooking and painting. I claim the title “Jack of All Trades” very easily.


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

I would say to be more assertive. I tend to be very lenient and a little too laid back at times.


How did you start modeling?

I started modeling for fun and didn’t really have the goal of it becoming my full time job. However, I’m blessed I was proven wrong and can now say I’ve been published in several magazines, offered multiple brand deals, given work related travel opportunities and got to guest star on a podcast.


What do you think of the work as a model?

I find majority of it fun! I love pushing boundaries on the “norms” and letting my creative brain run wild.


What is your beauty regimen?

My morning beauty regimen consists of cleansing my face, using a lavender toner, vitamin C serum and sunscreen before applying foundation/make-up. My nightly routine is similar with cleansing and using a toner but I switch between retinol cream and a heavier moisturizer.


What are your personal qualities which distinguish you from others?

I rarely say no to a pose or concept. I like to test things and I’m always extremely curious of how far I can push myself. I always jokingly say “anything for the shot right?”.


What are your plans for the future?

I plan to audition for a few fashion shows locally and stateside!


What are some of your favorite experiences so far?

This is a hard question to answer in a few sentences! I would say getting to shoot in White Sands right before a sand storm hit is definitely in my top 5. I also enjoyed my solo trip to LA and getting to bounce around to Malibu, Venice Beach and Santa Monica. My most memorable concept was a modernized version of Cruella de Vil. It was pulled off effortlessly and got published too.


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

I would recommend to collaborate as much as you can in the beginning however, stay within your comfort level. Build up a solid network and make sure to find balance between work and fun in the industry. It shouldn’t all feel like “work”.


What do you think of the magazine?

I love what you all are doing here. Thank you for letting me be a part of it!


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