Mbabane: Begin dreaming at a tender age, so says motivators.
Young Temalangeni Dlamini dreams of herself being a model and at her age of 16, Covid-19 and lockdown has brought her close to personal trainers and mentors to polish her modeling career.
She believes, aspires and dreams to snatch the crown of Miss Eswatini in the next coming years. Modeling as a career has become a much sought by some women, now with thousands of aspirants chasing the dream of becoming the next supermodel. Most models says gone are those days when you could depend on your luck to get spotted, the chances of that happening are “one-in-a-million.” They say to become a model, takes discipline, effort, and perseverance. You need to plan, prepare, and follow a strategy to stand out and get noticed.
Reaching out to the Independent Eews entertainment Desk, Temalangeni with his brother Elvis Dlamini, Temalangeni expressed her passion and love for modelling and how she wishes to take it to the next level.
Temalangeni, grew up in Malindza, in a family of six and she is the last born. Currently learning at St Michaels, Manzini. “I started loving modeling at a very tender age through my cousin who was doing the modeling at that time, so I liked what she was doing and I asked her to teach me,” she recalls. She said her love for modelling grew when she got to St Michaels High School where she started attending modelling classes. Temalangeni looks up to Miss Trophy, who she describes as one of her supper role models.
Elaborating on her modeling passion she says she is still new in the industry and the Covid-19 pandemic has halted some of her aspirations because the whole world is at stand still, but she has high hopes that everything will normalize.
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