Looks Aren’t Everything – Believe Me – I’m a Model

In this inspirational video, Cameron Russell explains that saying you want to be a model when you grow up is akin to saying you want to win the Power Ball when you grow up because it is out of your control.

She says that the pictures of her are not pictures of her, but are constructions… and has a few “real” pictures of herself to back it up.

Listen in as Cameron reveals that these “pictures” of her are “constructions” made by professionals, e.g. hairstylists, make-up artists, photographers and all of their systems, pre-production and post production. Cameron says “they build this. That’s not me.”

Have you ever benefited from your looks, your race, your appearance?

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