A dream skin for a model whose dark skin has been damaged by the sun’s harmful rays, according to a post on the Instagram account of an Australian model named Monat.
According to the post, Monat, a 29-year-old Sydney-based model, has been wearing dark skin masks on and off for the past five years.
Her skin had previously been damaged from sunburns and acne, and she had never been able to control the amount of sun exposure.
Monat had recently been exposed to sunburn by her boyfriend when he fell ill during the night, and he had been spending time in the sun.
He was also wearing sun-blocking face masks, which are typically used for patients with sensitive skin, but Monat says they made her feel more uncomfortable.
“The sun was just making me feel uncomfortable.
So I had to get rid of them,” Monat said.
The dark skin mask Monat had worn during the last few months has now been replaced with a light skin mask that Monat describes as “light skin”.
“This is a light-skin baby that I’ve been putting on for the last couple of months,” Monas wrote in the post.
“My boyfriend and I decided to do this together.
We’re just going to do it for a while, but it’s time to get a little bit older and have a little more control.”
In a video posted to the Instagram page, Monats girlfriend, Monati, says she has been using the mask to help Monat control her skin and body temperature.
As of Monday morning, Monaat’s post had garnered more than 9,000 likes and more than 300 comments, mostly from people in the US and Australia.
Many people have commented on Monats Instagram post asking if Monaats boyfriend will be able to see her mask, and if she can afford it.
In an interview with The Huffington Post Australia, Monaton said her boyfriend will probably get a second look at Mona’s mask, but that Mona will still be able use it at night, just not in the daytime.
She added that Monatos boyfriend will get a chance to see Monat’s mask on Sunday morning, and Monat will get to see it again on Monday.
After Monat posted her story on Instagram, she was flooded with messages of support.
One of Monat s first comments on the story read: “Thank you for sharing my story.
I have always wanted to do a dark skin baby mask.
I’m so happy I got to experience this new light.”
Mona said she is grateful for the support.
“I feel like I have the world at my feet,” she said.
“Thank God it is happening and we have a brighter future ahead.”
Mona has a few other dark skin babies who are getting masks.
Some of Mona s friends are getting them too.
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