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The beautiful Natascha came into the Melbourne studio a few weeks ago, she had an incredible attitude and was very inspiring. We loved all the looks Natascha pulled off, especially when she channeled her inner Marilyn Monroe! She hopes to further explore her modelling potential in the years to come. Natascha was part of our ‘Love Your Curves’ campaign which allowed her to reignite her confidence. We think she nailed her shoot and her photos are amazing!

What inspired you to come in to the studio for a shoot?

I was inspired when I saw the photos from the shoot that my friend from school (Madeline lang) had done. And by coincidence the photo studio was having a love your curves competition! I honestly did not expect to get the opportunity but was absolutely thrilled.

How did you feel when you saw your photographs in your viewing?

When I saw my photographs I was so ecstatic, I could not believe that it was really me! This experience really helped me truly love myself for who I am.


How would your best friend describe you?

My best friend, who happens to be my boyfriend, would best describes me as bubbly, creative and outgoing! Also that I’m fun to be around and always friendly and helpful to others.

If you could have any super power what would it be and why?

If I could have any super power it would have to be the ability to talk to animals. I love animals and being able to communicate with them would just be so great!

In your shoot you showed off many amazing styles. Which was your favourite to create and why? 

My favourite style from my photo shoot was the pin up look. The hair and make up stylist did an amazing job they were able to make me look similar to Marilyn Monroe. She has been one of my idols for a while, so getting to ‘become’ her was truly a dream come true.

Where do you see yourself in ten years from now?

In 10 years I hope to have explored my modeling potential. I’m currently doing a Diploma of early childhood education and care, so hopefully I’m working with children and loving it. I also would love to be married and be starting a family.

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