Lauren Lotus
FHM Magazine South Africa|May 2021
Authentic is Sexy

Model | @laurenlotusmodeling

Photographer Mosaab Alsaray | @mosaabalsarayart

MUA Brent Barry | @brentbarrybeauty

PR & Event House of Paradise | @houseofparadise01

Happy to have you featured on FHM! Tell us what are some of the things you did to prepare for this shoot?

I am honored to be featured on FHM. This has been one of my major goals. There are a few different things I have done to prepare. I have spent countless months preparing by working out in a gym or dance studio. I practiced meditation and yoga. I cleaned up my diet and drank a generous amount of water.

You’ve got an amazing figure and beauty about you, we’re keen to know what you would say is your favorite physical feature about yourself and why?

I definitely think my booty and my eyes are tied in that category. My eyes tell a story about my past, present and future. They also express detailed emotions of who I am and what I have been through.

Being a glamorous model must have its perks, what are some of your most memorable experiences in your career?

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