Exceptionally Talented International Model Anita Nayyar Reveals Her Workout, Diet, Beauty Care And Success Story

By | September 16, 2020
Photo Credits: EMG Models New York

Anita Nayyar is an international model. Presently based in Dubai. Her Modeling Agencies are EMG Models New York, Major Models Milan, MMG Models Dubai and Genetic Models Management Los Angeles USA. She has walked the ramp for Sheguang Hu, Flying Solo, Blancore Show, ICY Presents: Dynasty – All Comes From Nothing Show, Mario Dice, Rocco Barroco, Capucci and many others.

Women Fitness President Ms. Namita Nayyar had a candid interview with Anita Nayyar, International Model where she talks about her workout, diet, hair & skin care secrets and about her exceptional achievements in the modeling world.

Namita Nayyar:

You started your career in modeling when you were only 9 years old, starting from your mother’s fashion design house. At the age of 16, you decided to go visit New York by yourself in search of an agency. It was 2016 but it did not work out. In 2017 while working with City Models in Paris and during the Fashion Week, for American brand Monse you got scouted by an agent from EMG Models NYC in Paris that took start your professional career in modeling. This propelled your modeling career to a good extent where you have been at the top of the world of fashion and glamour modeling. Tell us more about this exceptional journey of struggle, hard work and tenacity that led to your climb the ladder of success?

Anita Nayyar:

Personally speaking I would not say am there yet, I still have a long way ahead of me and obviously some plans got pushed back due to covid but hopefully starting from October/ December it will be fine. The modeling industry is not easy, there’s always a lot of competition and I think a lot of my work comes from my hard work and motivation to always push myself forward. I am truly passionate about my job and my goal at the moment is to really accelerate on my career as much as I can before I decide to settle down. As it only keeps opening new doors for me to get more into production or even business development. I want to inspire people with art and with the fact that everything is possible if you work for it. My favorite quote is a million thunderstorms will always turn into one rainbow.

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Namita Nayyar:

For a model adjusting to new countries with their own cultures it must be difficult and then to adjust with modeling career in the new foreign land, specially the Middle East, what advice you can give to fellow models in a similar situation?

Photo Credits: EMG Models New York
Anita Nayyar:

I was born in the UAE, I have never lived in Russia. I have started traveling to United States from 16, first placement was in Asia and then Europe.

I think as I have travelled a lot, I always learnt about other cultures and adapted to their behavior which is a very beautiful thing. I never have the tendency to judge or any sort , I love the middle east .Its home for me and this region comes with a lot of love for foreigners as long as you respect the boundaries.

Namita Nayyar:

At young age you are world leading media personality, model. How do you manage such a remarkable multi-dimensional lifestyle?

Anita Nayyar:

It was always something that I wanted to do, I was never afraid, I always wanted to be different, my own identity. I just always pushed myself, you got to start from somewhere to get respect and acknowledgement in the industry.

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