He is popularly known as Venezuela as a "factory of girls". With seven crowns of Miss Universe and six Miss World, the Venezuelans broke all the records in beauty sheets, but the economic crisis was in the industry.
Andrea Diaz was born in Venezuela but, at the Miss Universe 2018 which will be celebrated on December 17 in Thailand, he will represent Chile.
From age twelve, Andrea learned to get her chips at her university in Valencia, where there are more than 600 academies to prepare failures. She took her career as she was burned with acid during a face and her face was crushed, which caused Venezuelan agencies to decline.
Its brands are easy to hide with a constitution, which allowed her to be selected as Miss Chile. She does, although the plaintiff, a Venezuelan preparation, has taken her where she is, she's happy to be free of rigid standards.
"Chile received me and helped me to restore the confidence I had lost," said the 26 year old.
Like her, dozens of beauty kings fly to find work in other countries such as television models or presenters and escape from food and inflation.
Not Natalia Cabrera