Cara Deverevingne’s new look is definitely not a new trend.
But it’s a welcome change to her life after she had to deal with constant stares and inappropriate comments from customers during her long run of success as a TV host.
“It’s nice to be able to say, ‘I’m the new star, I’m the only one who looks like me,'” she said.
“I think I’m getting there.”
Devereling has made it clear to her fans that her new look does not make her any less of a star.
“There’s a difference between a new look and a completely new look,” she said in a recent interview with Us Weekly.
“They’re different and you should be comfortable with them.”
She added, “I’ve always had my own style and I’m not trying to be anybody else’s model.
But now that I’ve started to show my side, I think I have the confidence to go into the modeling world with confidence.”
While Devereding’s fans may have welcomed her new image, the reality star said that the real benefit of her new wardrobe is that it helps her deal with her own fears.
“You can be nervous about your own looks,” she explained.
“Sometimes when you look in the mirror, it’s not your own face that’s there.
It’s the reflection of people who don’t like what you look like.”
Develding, who has been dating her former model boyfriend for nearly four years, was diagnosed with the disease in January, and has been fighting the disease since.
Deverealing, who was diagnosed at age 28 with Stage 4 colon cancer, told Us Weekly in an exclusive interview that the illness has made her work on a daily basis to better her appearance.
“When I see people who are doing their makeup, I feel like they’re not even trying to look as good as they can be,” she continued.
“If I can go back to a normal look and be able look at myself in the reflection, that’s a huge benefit.”
Devetaling, 29, who recently signed a new contract with Cara de Rothschild, which is a division of Vivid Entertainment, added that she has not given up hope.
“The real strength is that I have people who have helped me through it,” she told Us.
“My whole life has been about people helping me, but now I have a family and I have to be on my own.”
Deverding has been battling the disease for nearly two years, and is currently at the University of Southern California Hospital.
Develling, who will celebrate her 29th birthday in May, said she is confident in her ability to battle the disease and still get the looks she desires.
“With the illness, you don’t really know what’s going to happen,” she added.
“But I think it’s going down the right path.”
Deving has shared a lot of her candid moments on social media since her diagnosis, but she said that she hopes to keep her fans up-to-date on her progress.
“Hopefully people will still like me and support me even if I’m just going through this with the illness,” she shared.
“And maybe one day, when I’m gone, they’ll like me back.”
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