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A Model Who Chose Modeling As Her Passion

Many aspiring models question at the outset of their careers if they possess the skills and personality attributes necessary to succeed in the cutthroat fashion business. One needs a certain temperament to make it in this competitive and exciting field. Although many qualities are innate, others may be developed through perseverance and life experience. Over time, every model picks up the skills necessary to adapt to any challenges their profession throws at them. In order to succeed as a professional model, one must exude an air of assuredness whenever they step foot on the set of a photo session or a fashion show. In the modeling industry, self-assurance of this kind is essential since shy or timid people tend to be forgotten quickly. Models need more than just the right personality to be successful; there are certain guidelines they need to adhere to as well.

A Successful Model

As a result of her success as a model, Mischaela Elkins has a globally recognizable face. People all across the globe have noticed her beautiful features. She is the first ever Miss Peru to be inducted into the MENSA High IQ Society and has since walked the runways of New York & Paris. She got the opportunity to learn every aspect of the modeling profession through Barcelona-based Barcino Management’s Model Academy as a model in development. She also attended Model Finishing School, where she mastered the art of learning deportment, carriage, etiquette, and social skills taught by Alexandra Messervy through a program at the famed Lucie Clayton Finishing School. When this girl from Peru began modeling, she was given a rare glimpse behind the scenes of the cosmetics industry and given the opportunity to try out almost every product on the market. She’s the only face of the brand who can make you drop a few thousand rupees at the store. The American-Peruvian model’s immaculate style has made her one of the industry’s most talked-about ladies. She is always stylish, whether she’s attending a red carpet event or simply going out. Additionally, she have walked in New York, London, Milan, and Paris fashion weeks, as well as Miami Swim Week.

Success over anything

For Mischaela, achieving success is the top priority. She is known for being the first and only Miss Peru to be a member of MENSA High IQ Society, the only known International level beauty pageant titleholder to be a member of MENSA High IQ Society.Moreover, the beauty queen Mischaela is the first woman in the world to carry an Indigenous American or Native American beauty pageant title into an international level beauty pageant as Miss Indigenous America at Miss Global 2021. She is honored to be featured on numerous International covers across the US, UK, Europe, & Australia – including Harper’s Bazaar, Vogue Italia, Vanity Fair,  Glamour, Lucky, MAXIM,  the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue media channels, and more. In her entire career, she has received numerous accolades, which include VS Bombshell Because Nomination 2020, winner of Top Model Peru Season 14, 2009 Elite Models New Faces Model Call Winner, and Miss Vizcaya Swimwear  “Miss September” 2021.

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