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Interview with Kip Kaeolor

Hi Kip! So what do you get up to day to day?

Day to day I'm pretty standard. First thing I do as soon as I wake up is I go outside and feed my little dawf rabbit. Then I get ready and plan out my day, usually I would just go to work. If it's my day off I like to do something active like going for a walk or going somewhere I have never been before to explore.

Whats your current skincare/make up routine?

My skin care really depend on what I feel like my skin needs on the day. Sometime I have a break out so I would use something with tea tree or aloe Vera in it to help treat it. For everyday I just like a moisturiser enriched with vitamin C, it makes your skin super soft and it smells amazing! At night I always make sure I take my makeup off properly. I use a nice gentle face wash, also a toner to help minimise pores and get all the impurities off my skin and then moisturise. Once a week I do a face mask to rejuvenate my skin.
My make up is always different, depends on how I feel. Some days I don't want to wear any makeup and another days I like to be full glam!!

Do you wear nail polish/get your nails done?

I never get my nails done they always chip

Describe yourself in three words.

Energetic, positive and upbeat.

If you could what would you tell your younger self?

I would tell myself to always be positive, do whatever makes you happy and don't let negative people influences you.

You have done lots of modelling work, whats your favourite


All shoots are my favourite!! I love being on set and working with creative people.

Favourite Perfume?

I don't actually own any perfumes. I love floral natural smells like vanilla, lime or Jasmine.

Favourite foundation?

Estee Lauder double wear.

Where do you see yourself in 5 years time?

I take every day as it comes and try to enjoy every moment I don't really plan anything out that long. We will see what happens.

Thank you to Kip Kaeolor for the interview.

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