The albino girl, who was an outcast at Moscow school, conquered the fashion worldBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/the-albino-girl-who-was-an-outcast-at-moscow-school-conquered-the-fashion-world
Relatively recently, a person born albino, in addition to his unusual appearance, received only problems. Today everything has changed — albinism has become a fashionable fashion trend and this, in part, has changed the attitude of others to such people. This is well illustrated by the fate of Anastasia Zhidkova, a Russian model in demand all over the world.
As a child, Nastya fully drank the cup of suffering that falls to the lot of people with her appearance. No one wanted to be friends with the girl, and besides, there were always those who wanted to say something offensive to her and even hit her. In order not to be different from others, in high school Zhidkova began to dye her hair, eyebrows and eyelashes, but such an escape from herself brought her only suffering.
At that time, the Moscow schoolgirl did not yet understand that something that she considered a flaw would become a gift from God for her. Very little time has passed and Nastya has completely got rid of her complexes — she is known and loved in many countries and photos of the model are published in well-known fashion magazines in Europe, the USA and Asia.
Nastya is especially welcome in Japan, where she is happy to come not only for work, but also just to relax. The model has been interested in the culture and history of the Land of the Rising Sun since childhood and now she has a great opportunity to see everything with her own eyes. Zhidkova loves anime festivals and cosplay, and recently started learning Japanese to do without an interpreter.
The popular model has a page on Instagram, to which more than 100 thousand fans have subscribed. Unfortunately, Nastya has a lot of haters, whom she has to block regularly. The girl believes that on the Internet, as in life, rudeness should be stopped immediately.
Zhidkova willingly talks about her life to journalists. Of course, the most frequent question that the press asks concerns her albinism and its impact on life. The model admits that she is forced to use contact lenses and sunscreens, as ultraviolet radiation can cause her burns. Nastya also said that she immediately warns photographers about her photophobia — even studio spotlights can cause damage to her skin, devoid of melanin.
Nastya is glad that albinos are no longer outcasts and can realize themselves even in such specific fields of activity as modeling. Her life is a vivid example of the fact that all people are beautiful and this beauty only needs to be properly presented.