By Ronald Razemba
Beauty has always been defined by the appearance and judgement of individual perception: even nature has also been a close guide that determines it but not so with young Shallom Musvosvi who has submitted it to fashion, intelligence and trendfulness.The 23 year old model has outrightly equated beauty to be a self – contrieved entity that alignes with confidence, boldness and determination of one’s goal to prove themselves to befit it.
“To me modelling brings out the lady in me. In photography, I feel like the most beautiful woman; no matter how many flaws I have, I feel like the definition of woman can best be explained by my pictures. The camera and I become one; I love to express my feelings and emotions through pictures.
On the runway, I become the queen I was born to be. The moment I set foot on the runway, I am enveloped with confidence and proudly walk with my head held high as I feel powerful and able to take on anything. No matter how beautiful or ugly the outfit may be, I am able to become one with it and sell it to the people,” she said.
Not only has Shallom managed to convince revellers or the audience but she has also proved that girls and women do not only depend on their power to seduce but also on their intellect. She is a student of medicine at University of Zimbabwe and has officially ventured into modelling whilst she was in high school. She grew up in Marimba flats in the suburbs of Harare, Zim’s capital city. In her quest as a model she has been a finalist at the Miss Teen Harare in 2012.
Being a nominee at the Zimbabwe models awards for Shallom has been a major drive for her to venture more into the modelling industry; she has used it as a ray of hope for a brighter day in her modelling career and as a sign up of Zim Gossip she is committed to climb dizzy heights.
Notwithstanding, the fact that she is coming out of the valley of oblivion, Shallom is nearing the peak point of celebrity status platform each day that passes by as she elives in herself as victor rather than a flop.