I agree! I think because it's so opposite of how I look/what i can pull off so I'm fascinated/want to look that way, like I've always wanted to look like a Barbie (not literally like Valeria Lukyanova)I'm gonna say I ·LOVE· the over the top, artificial look. I don't know, I wish I could pull that shit off. Platinum hair, tan body, tons of makeup, glitzy outfits...
She looks perfect here! like I said, I like her look now with the whole platinum blonde glamourous look but I don't consider that look a model look, I just happen to like it whereas here when she looks natural she actually looks like a real model and is naturally beautiful she doesn't need the makeup
I think it's great she didn't let herself go but she probably has A LOT of spare time and funds to look after her appearance.
Yes, but at least she's still thin, ha!I think it's great she didn't let herself go but she probably has A LOT of spare time and funds to look after her appearance.
In regards to the fake vs natural look.. I think she's on the borderline for me. Her boobs and hips aren't massive to the point of ridicule and her skin doesn't look like leather but I do believe in the cliché of unique beauty and unfortunately she is a walking stereotype of a male's ideal sex bomb.
Tbh for the longest time I thought she was some sort of Instagram escort. No idea she looked so good without the surgery and makeup.Yes, but at least she's still thin, ha!
More men would be attracted to her than Kim K.
She does a lot of endorsements nowadays, but I don't know if she'd qualify as model