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an interview with Tammy Dexter

Model, beauty pageant star & family girl.
tammy is a fierce model who strives for success! She has been the face of many brands and won Miss London in 2014.
if you want to read an honest interview ....
carry on reading
 Tammy doesn't hold back!




1- what's on your makeup bag?
 compact foundation pallet by Helen cosmetics, Mac shimmer bronzer, FabBrowz eyebrow kit, Benefit High beam highlighter, Rimmel long last nude lip liner, Mac lipstick Fresh brew/ Myth/ Viva glam ||, Vaseline, Spectrum brushes.






2-what's your daily fragrance ?
 fragrance I have several but my favourite is Paul smith Floral or Juicy couture Viva La Juicy.







3-what's your ideal outfit of the day?
 Crop tee or baggy tee, jeans and trainers



4- what are your top 5 beauty products you cant live without ?
Nivea day cream with spf 25, soap and glory Lime body butter, Vaseline, FabBrowz eyebrow kit,





5-how has being miss London 2014 changed your life?
 being miss London didn't really change my life, I thought it would make my modelling stronger but that seemed to happen all on its on own not down to being miss London, as the people who Knew I was miss London were my followers that would see me in Ibiza or at events that would come up to me and say "your Miss London aren't you?" But it was an experience that I'm very glad I did as I got through to Miss England finals





6- your a model for many brands.which has been your most achieved photo shoot and why?
 My favourite would be my Hot!MeSS team as its not just work with them, there all my friends so the photoshoots are an amazing day out or in depending on shoot location.





7- how do you keep fit and healthy?
I don't really have a regime, I enjoy eating healthy foods and eating great food but don't get me wrong I do love a takeaway, I go to the gym occasionally say 3 times a week. As being a model I'm always on the go which I believe helps in staying slim.





8- in your own opinion, do you need money to be stylish?
NOOOO! Not at all, there are unreal items in primark, h&m, f&f, George asda, ok if you feel you need a brand logo to make your outfit then yes but let's be honest the whole outfit needs to look on point not just a designer top or bottoms. I've easily made and outfit for less than £40, denim shorts ASOS £28, lime green woollen vest Primark £5, Black leather belt h&m £7. Done all I need to add was shoes! And that's just thinking what I have in my wardrobe from what I've brought recently!





9- could your describe your style ? haha well.. I vary. Most days I'm colourful and comfy as I drive up and down the county so I need comfort, but I also want to look cool when I get out at the services for a snack, nights out I range from a 90's throwback to a very slick body con woman.





10- if you could collaborate with any designer label which would it be and why? MOSCHINO 100% I don't even need to explain why there just so F!@K#?G SICKK!!





11-what would you like to achieve in the future career wise? I would love modelling to be a life career and embrace the human body and how it ages, I can't wait till I do pregnancy modelling and then classic modelling like my mum. Deep down I would LOVE to be Presenter especially on a children's TV show.


thank you tammy for taking part!
I hope your enjoyed the read
instagram ;@tamdexter


lots of love
Natasha
xXx

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