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Meet Denisse Dabul

Today we’d like to introduce you to Denisse Dabul.

Hi Denisse, so excited to have you on the platform. So before we get into questions about your work-life, maybe you can bring our readers up to speed on your story and how you got to where you are today?
Back in Ecuador, my home country, I started as a model and tv host. I studied Economy and also Journalism. I ran my own business in Ecuador. However, in 2015, my husband and I decided to move to Miami, Florida because he got a very good job offer, so we decided to move along with our one-year-old son and pregnant with my daughter Olivia. We lived in Miami for four years. My husband is a tennis coach and he ran a tennis academy along with a partner in Doral, Florida. In 2020, we moved to California and now I think I’m finally in the city I want to grow old in. I always dreamed about living in California and now that I’m here, I want to stay here forever. I love California’s weather, landscapes, pretty much everything.

During my stay in Miami, I was a wife, I was a mom, I had a perfect house, but I felt something was missing. I had no help, I spent my days doing wife duties. I thought I wanted to do more and focus in my professional growth. One day, I was scrolling down Instagram and bumped into a Venezuelan blogger’s profile and I thought to myself, “this is want I want to do, this is want I want to become” I then started with my blog in early 2018. At first, I wanted to focus on fashion because I had a whole lot of experience in it because I started as a fashion model when I was 14 years old. But, every time I wanted to take pictures my kids wanted to be part of it and they wouldn’t allow me to actually take these pictures of me looking like a fashion model. That’s when I decided to include them in my little project, becoming a fashion mom. Now, I’ve worked with many of my favorite brands like Ulta Beauty, Dove, L’Oreal, among others.

Alright, so let’s dig a little deeper into the story – has it been an easy path overall and if not, what were the challenges you’ve had to overcome?
I wouldn’t call it an obstacle or a challenge but being a mom definitely takes some time away from your agenda. I guess it’s a lot easier to get things done when you are single and have no responsibilities besides your job or work. I wouldn’t change it for anything in the world, and I wouldn’t be where I am now if it weren’t for my kids. I have improved my time management skills and I’ve also learned to balance everything I do.

Alright, so let’s switch gears a bit and talk business. What should we know about your work?
First of all, I think the fact that I studied a Bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication and Journalism and that I was once involved in the Media as a tv host has helped me become the content creator I am now. I enjoy sharing my experiences with my audience and showing myself as the authentic human being I am. I specialize in sharing my daily experiences as a mom and most importantly, as a woman to my followers. I am very proud of being able to share outfits, recipes, projects, advices with my Instagram friends. And what I feel the most proud about is that I am able to be there for my kids and husband. I feel complete by being able to be a mom, a wife, and a content creator.

Can you share something surprising about yourself?
In 2002, I won my first beauty pageant when I was 17 years old. I was representing Ecuador in Miss Teen Playa (Beach) in Puerto Rico. It was my first beauty pageant and nobody expected me to win, not even I. I wanted to gain experience but ended up winning the contest. I also participated in a beauty pageant in China.

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-Claudia Gomez -Rich Morillo -Rich Ruiz

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