Visual Female of the Month – April
– Megan Mai
This months Visual Female is the very talented and beautiful Megan Mai. A stunning brunette with an edge, Megan embraces a strong femininity that is both sexy and coy. Having only been modeling for a short time, Megan is already making a big splash with a huge social media following and a growing client base. Some of her clients to date include Living Dead Clothing Co, Die Pretty Clothing Co, Plumeria Swimwear, Religious Genocide Apparel and Grady Clothing Company. You can check out Megan’s Facebook page to stay up to date with her work – she’s a regular poster, so her page is well worth following.
Now for the interview….
How old were you when you started modeling?
How did you get into the type of modeling you do today, and was this always something you wanted to do?
I worked hard at building a big network, which has helped me get jobs with really good promotional companies. It has also helped me work with some very cool clothing companies!
You don’t do any nude modeling, is this a purely personal thing or do you disagree with nude modeling entirely?
I have absolutely nothing against nude modeling, but I just simply do not feel comfortable shooting nude.
You’re a stunning woman, how do you deal with all the attention?
I try to be as polite as possible.
You have a huge following on social media, have any of your fans ever crossed the line?
I have had quite a few men send me photos of their area, which is far past crossing the line.
How would you describe your personal style?
I like a little bit of everything! I love clothes, but you will usually see me in shorts and a tank top whenever it’s warm!
If you somehow hurt your vision, would you choose to wear glasses or contacts?
I wear glasses, but not as much as I should. I just haven’t found frames that suit me well yet (working on it!).
Excluding sight, what two other senses are your favourites?
Touch and hearing.
5 most pleasant things to look at:
My cats, flowers, sunshine, beach and family!
5 least pleasant things to look at:
Anything that makes me sad, war, when someone gets hurt, an empty chocolate bar wrapper and snow in spring/summer.
Who is the most inspiring woman you know and why?
My mom, she has gone through so much and has really turned her life around!
What is your favourite thing about yourself?
What is on your bedroom walls currently?
Some drawings, paintings and posters.
Favourite clothing / accessory / product at the moment?
My Poketime swimsuit from Living Dead Clothing!
Favourite artist at the moment:
And finally, any words of advice for people stepping into the creative sector?
Be true to yourself and make sure to do your research to avoid scams and shady people! It is a hard industry, but you can make it far if you really have the determination and passion for it!