More Than Just a Pretty Face - The Mexican Models

More Than Just a Pretty Face - The Mexican Models


More Than Just a Pretty Face The Mexican Models


No doubt that modeling involves much more than superficial beauty; it also encompasses technique, discipline, and energy. But there is an underbelly to the beauty industry - and this book explores it.

This in-depth investigation exposes an industry in dire need of radical overhaul.

Liza Soberano

Liza Soberano was born in America but relocated to the Philippines at twelve. Encouraged by her actor father, who wanted her to pursue show business as well, she learned Tagalog so as to secure acting roles available to her.

She began modeling early and quickly became sought-after for print ads as a teenager. Due to her talent and beauty, Ogie Diaz, comedian turned talent manager introduced himself as her talent manager until she completed college.

As she aged, she found work in both TV series and movies, her initial big break coming when she joined Enrique Gil's Forevermore television series as Maria Agnes Calay; who fell for Alexander "Xander" Grande III of Hotel Company Grande Inc..

Forevermore proved an enormous hit in Philippine television market, and Soberano found herself landing numerous movie projects following its conclusion - such as Just The Way You Are (based on Wattpad book), The Bet, and Everyday I Love You co-starring Enrique Gil.

Success in these projects led her to receive numerous accolades and awards, such as being named to The Philippine Star's 29 Most Bright & Beautiful List and ranking among Vogue magazine's annual Hot 100 list.

Soberano's talents also extend beyond modeling and filmmaking; she is a singer with radio playback for her songs as well as appearing in commercials with them.

As a model, Soberano is represented by both Authentic Talent Management and Untitled Entertainment in the United States as well as Chrest and Eikenberry in Philippines.

When she's not working in film or television, she enjoys singing and writing stories for her blog. Fans can follow her on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to stay informed with daily updates from her.

Soberano has managed to remain positive despite all of the controversy in her career and maintain her dreams and hopes for the future, remaining determined to pursue them.

Robyn Rihanna Fenty

Robyn Rihanna Fenty, more commonly known by her nickname Rihanna, began singing as a child and quickly went on to become one of the most influential artists of our time. Her soulful vocals earned her 14 number 1 singles on Billboard Hot 100 charts while Good Girl Gone Bad cemented her status as an icon.

She has achieved global fame through her talent and dedication to her craft, and she has found great success launching various business ventures such as Fenty Beauty makeup line and Savage X Fenty lingerie collection. Furthermore, she serves as an international ambassador for Barbados with duties to promote education, tourism and investment opportunities.

Early in her life, she assisted her father sell clothes on the streets of Saint Michael, a town located on Barbados where she was born. His occupation was warehouse supervisor but struggled with alcoholism and cocaine dependency.

Rihanna overcame early challenges to become an accomplished musician. At 16, she signed her first record contract and left high school to pursue her musical ambitions.

She now boasts two successful businesses with a combined net worth estimated by Forbes at over $1.7 billion, most notably her makeup and skincare line Fenty Beauty as well as Savage X Fenty lingerie brand.

As a fashion and music icon, she is revolutionizing our understanding of beauty and gender equality. Her dedication to size inclusivity and challenging traditional ideas of what is considered attractive has inspired brands globally.

In 2014, she became creative director for Puma and unveiled the Fenty x Puma range. Due to its success, other lines and collaborations such as Fenty Beauty and Savage X Fenty were then released for consumer purchase and have also been well received by consumers.

She is now worth over a $1 billion and recently earned the Billionaire Women Global Influencer title from Forbes. Along with her success in music, she has also established herself as an activist by donating $5 million towards combatting COVID-19 -- a sexual violence disease affecting a significant percentage of the population.

Cindy Crawford

Cindy Crawford has become one of the world's premier models, walking for some of its leading designers and becoming a household name in fashion circles. Her breathtaking beauty has cemented her place among one of history's most beloved and successful models.

Crawford was born and raised in DeKalb, Illinois and began modeling during high school. She earned the role of senior valedictorian before receiving a scholarship to Northwestern University to study chemical engineering - where local photographers quickly recognized her talent; ultimately going on to model full-time after her graduation.

At her height of fame, she graced magazines such as Vogue and Elle with covers. Additionally, she appeared in ads for Chanel and Versace brands.

As a supermodel, Cindy Crawford was part of a new wave of high fashion stars to emerge in the 1990s. These models, including Christy Turlington, Naomi Campbell, Linda Evangelista and Tatjana Patitz among others, became legendary for their stunning looks, captivating personalities and ability to command high-level modeling jobs.

By the end of that decade, she had become an international star who owned her own brand. She served as face for various high-fashion companies as well as appearing in campaigns for Pepsi, Omega, Maybelline and other businesses.

MTV's House of Style was another talk show she hosted that focused on fashion and introduced her to younger viewers. Known for candid interviews and personal tales - including that of her brother Jeff's leukemia-related death at age 3 -, she earned wide renown.

Cindy continues to model on both runway and print campaigns and can be hired for product promotion, endorsements, personal appearances and product endorsement. In collaboration with Dr. Jean-Louis Sebagh, Cindy runs her own beauty line called Meaningful Beauty.

Owing to her busy schedule, Kaia Gerber still makes time for family and friends. As mother to Kaia and Presley Gerber, Kaia Gerber has also become an outspoken charity figure helping raise funds and awareness about childhood leukemia and other illnesses.

Cindy shares pictures of herself without makeup on Facebook frequently, providing fans with a glimpse of a relaxed side. It is refreshing to witness Cindy take time away from the limelight to reconnect with fans.

Aga Wojtasik

Karl Lagerfeld, the late fashion designer, accurately summarized what many experienced models know: beauty alone is not enough.

Aga Wojtasik, an accomplished Polish model who has worked in the modeling industry for seven years, knows her talents do not solely depend on physical appearance; rather, she uses her body, movement and technique to craft an unforgettable visual experience for her clients.

Aga Wojtasik has worked worldwide as an Aga Wojtasik is signed to New York Model Management and works for major designer brands like Armani, Dolce & Gabbana, Issey Miyake French Connection and Uniqlo, giving her invaluable experience of fashion industry dynamics while honing techniques necessary for success in her role as an international model.

She gained invaluable experience by working with prominent photographers, casting directors and talent on set - learning how to bring energy on set regardless of internal emotional turmoil.

She utilized this skill to secure employment with Calvin Klein, LaQuan Smith, Rebecca Minkoff, Derek Lam, Pat McGrath, Anthropologie Opening Ceremony Urban Outfitters in New York City as well as high-profile productions with Chanel Prada Louis Vuitton in Paris France.

As she developed her talents across Europe and Asia, Wojtasik learned how to regulate her movements and techniques on set, creating seamless performances in front of the camera. This knowledge enabled her to take on more complex projects with high-end shoots as her career advanced.

Industry competition can be fierce, necessitating an independent and level-headed approach in order to flourish in it. When she initially struggled to secure work, New York Model Management signed go-getter kept herself disciplined in order to maximize bookings and maintain client recognition at an all-time high.

She remains a fierce competitor with the ambition to walk one of the major shows at New York Fashion Week. While preparing for another career season, she feels humbled by this opportunity and grateful for its challenges that have helped shape her into the model she is today.

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