Referring to herself as “probably the best chocolate chip cookie” on her Instagram account, there’s no doubt that Nagy has taken the world by storm with her incredibly individual look. During a segment titled “Shake My Beauty,” the influencer opened up about how rare her condition was and how life was like living with CMN. “Only one child in 500,000 born looks exactly like me,” Nagy said.
News24 reported that 60% of Nagy’s body is covered in birthmarks, prompting her rude colleagues to mock her using cruel nicknames. It took the current model a while to feel confident, but that changed after the birth of her adorable baby boy, as she credited her own child as the reason for her newfound confidence. “You realize as a parent that you want your child to be happy – that’s more important than visual appearance,” she said.
In 2018, Nagy had just started modeling and was working with a few local photographers in her area, and since then she has continued to make her mark in the fashion industry. News24 reported taking pictures of a number of customers, including German lingerie brand Tizz & Tonic. “I look like a new beauty standard,” Nagy said.
“When I was little, I had no one to look up to,” she added. “I didn’t feel like an actress. The fashion pages are full of perfect people.” As a model, Nagy has worked hard to redefine beauty standards and show that there is beauty in imperfection. “My mother-in-law makes me special,” she said. “The world would be a very boring place if we all looked the same.”