The twenty-year-old California born bombshell has captivated the fashion world as a new generation looks to emulate iconic independent women like Jessica, who make self-empowerment a part of their daily lives.

For her, acting and modeling were always her main goals. Inspired by her mother and encouraged by those who know her best, the young and vivacious woman took a chance and decided to go forth in pursuit of her biggest dreams.


We decided to get to know her, as part of a casual conversation; Here´s what she had to say:

What would you say sets you apart as an actress and model?

I would say what sets me apart is my drive and determination. When I want something I’ve got to get it and will try my hardest to achieve my goals!

Who are your role models? People that inspired you to follow your dreams.

My biggest role model is my mom. My mother was a model/ actress and still is in the business today. My parents have always supported me and encouraged me to do what makes me happy and follow my dreams all the way.

Is there any particular project or campaign you’ve worked on that stands out?

All projects are special to me that I’m super grateful but there is one campaign that hasn’t come out yet but I got to rock purple hair for that which was awesome!

Can you share any beauty tips with our readers?

Yes! I’ve been obsessed with Cindy Crawford’s meaningful beauty skincare line. I use her skin softening cleanser, anti aging day crème with SPF 30 and her lifting eye cream! Then at night I use her night cream with melon extract and retinol! Another favorite product of mine is babe lash’s eyelash essential serum, it works wonders for eyelashes!




The eighteen-year-old centerfold was born in sunny Marbella, Spain. And her carefree demeanor and effortless beauty certainly confirm her Mediterranean origins, and the source of her captivating nature. With her follower base growing exponentially, Kamila continues to make her mark on the fashion world.

She admires icons like Adriana Lima and Gigi Hadid, but has found a way to accomplish what few models can, an unmistakable personal style. Ever since her professional debut on a Mercedes-Benz commercial, her life has been surrounded by an aura of unfiltered glamour and endless opportunities.

Since becoming a successful professional model, Kamila has shot for brands like Boutine, TJ Swim, VDM the label and many more, and she thoroughly enjoys swimsuit and lingerie shoots, as she feels free to express her individuality, which in turn makes brands seek her out for the magnetic authenticity she brings to their campaigns.



Also an accomplished social media influencer, Kamila believes her reach and impact can be a source of positive inspiration for aspiring models and younger generations who wish to follow her footsteps.


When you think about it, sitting down for a manicure is an awfully personal experience. The thought of someone rubbing lotion onto our hands and painting our fingernails seems especially intimate now that we've been avoiding human contact and vigilantly washing our hands for so long. But with many of the world's nail salons temporarily closed (either voluntarily or by demand of local governments) professional manicures are no longer a possibility like they were before. And as a result, nail artists and technicians are left without much of the steady work — and thus, steady income — they had just a couple months ago.

To help supplement the work they've lost during the COVID-19 pandemic, nail artists have begun creating custom sets of press-on nails to sell to their regular clients and Instagram followers. For example, Kentucky-based artist Russia Barnett says the salon where she works has been shuttered by the state government for three weeks and counting. "Thankfully, I still have a full-time job that allows me to work from home. However, all nail business for me has ceased," she tells Allure.


Barnett has been selling custom press-on nails online for some time now. "I am a working mom, and I understand that sometimes you want to let your hair down and get fancy but also need to get back to the grind when you're done," she says. To her, press-on nails are the perfect solution for her clients who like having extravagant nail art but can't commit to gel manicures and extensions. "Plus, this lets my customers know that I care and want to keep them satisfied while I cannot directly service them... in business just as in life, you have to be able to roll with the punches to be successful."

English nail artist Nicola Walker was initially taken aback by how much the pandemic affected her salon, which is also closed for the time being. "I think I started this situation the same as many other nail techs, feeling it wouldn't really affect me," she says. "Obviously it was much more serious than anticipated, and we had a responsibility to keep our clients, family, and social circles safe."


By chance, she had already ordered a selection of plain press-on nails in various shapes and sizes and saw a perfect opportunity to make some extra money during her salon's shutdown. "I am looking after my parents and nana during this time, so I am lucky that I can combine posting and doorstep dropoffs with shopping and essential care for them," she explains.

Walker's press-on sales aren't just about making money, either. "I also feel lucky that I can still have a creative release and keep my Instagram page active and growing," she says. "I have loved creating the sets and am very grateful that I have more orders and more sets to create in-between home-schooling and entertaining my three children."

Los Angeles-based nail artist Sheila Cortez says she's fortunate that her business hasn't been affected as much as others in her community. Still, she's turned to creating custom nail sets to stay in touch with her client base. "I decided to start selling luxury Swarovski press-on nails for the people who want to get their nails done and may not be able to get a salon," she says. "Being that the press-on nails are all custom per client consultation, it gives me the opportunity to create a beautiful set that they will love and be able to re-use many times."


If you have a local nail artist you'd like to support, it's worth reaching out or looking at their social media pages to see if they're offering similar services. The fastest way to get more details on pricing, which varies greatly from artist to artist, is to ask in their Instagram DMs. The way each artist accepts payments also varies, depending on what digital banking and money transfer services you and your artist use. You both might agree upon payment via Venmo, PayPal, or something similar. Your artist might cover shipping costs, too, or add them to your fee.

Ordering a custom set from your local nail technician or any of the nail artists above can help you just as much as it can help them. "During times of stress and anxiety, self-care is important," Barnett says. "Taking five minutes to apply a gorgeous set of nails may make someone feel a little more confident and at ease." And isn't ease something we'd all like to feel more of right now?