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Nikki Nichole: Story & Interview

When I was growing up I was overweight, tomboy, never wore makeup, never did my hair, and I was bullied allot. People used to call me “Mr. Man” and many more hurtful names. Life became so difficult to live day after day. After a while, I started fighting everybody that made fun of me.

Although people wouldn’t make fun of me as much after that, I was still mad at the world. Mostly because all that fighting put me in juvenile hall and probation. So I decided to finally put my anger into something productive. I started competitive boxing and it was good! It built my confidence, I lost weight, gained self-control, made a lot of friends, and took out my anger at the gym. The style came shortly after. Haha.

My grandparents paid for me to take some modeling classes locally and since then I always dreamed about being a model. Honestly, I never thought it could really happen, but I worked my butt off and never gave up because it doesn’t hurt to try.


What inspires your passion and what excites & motivates you about modeling? The most exciting part about modeling is that I can show that I’m comfortable in my skin, considering I was the outcast growing up.

What do you think, Is it important to attended fashion modeling courses? Do they really help newbies to get a foothold in the Fashion Industry? Doing the modeling classes helps, because they teach things like angels for different lighting, posture, poses, etc.

How you communicate with other netizens, especially your subscribers? How often you reply to them? I’m a busy woman and with the number of people who write to me, I don’t have time to reply to everybody or even read everybody’s messages.

Is there anything you dislike about modeling? One thing that I’ve noticed is that people try to be friends with me just so they can get on my level. I hate that.

Any ultimate goal to fulfill as a model? How do you see yourself progress in this field? My goal has already been accomplished. I’m happy and I had more opportunities than I ever thought possible and I’m grateful for it all.

Excluding all complicated beauty & fitness mantra, what do you think to be the easiest way to look pretty and glamorous? The easiest way to look pretty is to have confidence and self-respect. Do that and it will reflect off of you.

Do you have any advice for other aspiring models? The biggest thing that aspiring models should remember is that no matter where they’ve been in life, they always can change where they’re going as long as they never give up.

Your ultimate message for netizens? Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% what you do about it.

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