Abners Angels Presents Interview With Model “Alecia Lovee”

Alecia is from New Orleans, Louisiana and later moved to Houston, Texas. She is currently in college at at Southern University A&M pursuing a degree in business marketing. She always had a love for modeling, photography and her parents would try to help her gain exposure. As she grew older her passions began to expand, she wants a career as a professional model and makeup artist with her brand A.Lovee Face.

How does it feel to be selected as one of the Abners Angels?

It feels amazing to selected as one of Abners Angels, although it was unexpected it feels humbling and exciting to see others recognize my modeling efforts.

What made you become a model?

I always was interested in photography and posing growing up, so my parents and I would constantly try to submit me into castings to show my talents. As I got older, I continued to try to branch out and take modeling as a serious career.

What physical features do you get the most compliments on?

I usually get compliments on my smile, eyes and legs.

What three things do you need to be successful as a model?

In order for me to be a successful model my top three needs are comfortable heels, an amazing photographer and my confidence.

What does modeling mean to you?

To me modeling means showcasing confidence, making others want to embody the clothes or prop you are wearing. A model should inspire others, male or female.

What is your most memorable modeling moment?

My most memorable modeling moment is getting signed to “The Forbes Agency”.

Would you break the law to save a loved one?

I would definitely break the law if my loved one needed to be saved from danger. Hopefully, I wouldn’t get caught, lol.

What is your biggest turn on when looking for a partner?

My biggest turn on is a man who is a hustler and very goal-driven. I like for my man to be ambitious in whatever they are trying to pursue and always tries to make time for me.

What was something that you were good at 10 years, but don’t do anymore?

I used to be an National Champion Competitive Cheerleader, but I stopped once I got to high school and became the captain of my Drill Team. I don’t do either of those things anymore.

What are your birthday traditions you do on your special day?

For my birthday I love to go out to eat for dinner with my friends and then maybe go out to the club to have a good time. With the pandemic going on this year I stayed in with my friends and had a mini party at home.

What do you wish the white community knew about us?

That African American people are talented and exude the energy of kings and queens. We are not a threat, we are equal to those around us and don’t deserve anything less than respect.

Did you grow up in a single-family home or with both parents? How has that affected you as a person and parent?

I grew up in a household with both parents. This helped me as a person, because having my dad around gave me a sense of discipline and strength that I still carry with me to this day. My mom also taught me strength and how to always believe in myself and any dreams/goals I may have. Both of my parents always speak light into my career goals and dreams.

How can everyone keep in contact with you on social media?

You can keep up with me on Instagram @alecialovee, for makeup related post you can follow @a.loveeface. I also have a Twitter @alecialovee_.

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