things I hate about being lookalike:
Well, the worst is dying my hair all the time. My hair is dark blond/light brown and before events I have to go darker. Especially if there is a bright photography lighting, my natural hair will look really blond. Though I like my golden hair, I don’t feel myself with dark brown hair.
Questions and statements I’m often getting from people at events:
1. Who are you meant to be?
If U ask it you obviously know who I meant to be.
2. Someone on event/party comes up to me to say: U look nothing like her!
Again, if you came up to me to say it, it means I look somewhat like her.
Really? Not sure if you just trying to cheer me up or what, but thank you! In the end of the day it doesn’t matter. We both pretty enough, just different. No need to compare, sounds ironic?
4. Don’t you dare to compare yourself to Angelina.
I can’t be rude, as it s my job, so my answer
– Oh, ok…
My thoughts – no I don’t – U do though.. Get a life! ok? X
“You look like a Goddess” or “You are ugly..” – whatever, I learned not to take good and bad stuff personally. It doesn’t bother me at all, because me is me, my looks and personality don’t depend on someone’s perception of me, right?
And really funny observation: the uglier someone looks the more critical they are of my looks. And visa versa – I had officially most beautiful people (gorgeous famous Moscow TV presenter girl and former MR Russia for example) coming up to tell me “Most beautiful in the world…” things. Extremely flattering, touched my heart – will remember forever 🙂
“We don’t see things the way they are – we see things the way we are”. Sums it up 😉
I love beautiful, artistic, intelligent and creative people. I feel comfortable in their company. They are my brothers and sisters.