HAY BABE.A FARM girl who hopes to become Scotland's next top model has revealed the secret to her stunning looks - farmyard muck.
Gorgeous Karen McCann aims to ditch her overalls and wellies for photoshoots to win an online model contest.
The 31-year-old, who spends her days tending cows, sheep and horses, is often found knee-deep in manure manure, term used in the United States to refer to excreta of animals, with or without added bedding; also called barnyard manure. In other countries the term often refers to any material used to fertilize the soil. during her day job as a farmhand.
But her goal is to win glamour model contest Uber Girl UK and fulfil her dream of becoming a fulltime pin-up. Karen, of Auchinleck, Ayrshire, said: "Most people think farmer girls are big and butch but I want to change that perspective.
"A mud mask is definitely good for your complexion complexion /com·plex·ion/ (kom-plek´shun) the color and appearance of the skin of the face.
The natural color, texture, and appearance of the skin, especially of the face. .
"And since I spend all day covered in the stuff, I think it has helped me with my looks.
"But I do spend days with my hands up sheep's bottoms and wearing wellies. I'm definitely not glamorous during the day - more of a plain Jane." She added that the prospect of having to pose for glamour shoots does not bother her.
She said: "I love Jordan, I'm a big fan. I would consider cosmetic surgery cosmetic surgery, plastic surgery for cosmetic purposes, such as the improvement of the appearance of the face by removing wrinkles or reshaping the nose. but I'll have to improve the bank balance before that happens."
FIELD OF DREAMS: Karen on the farm. She's hoping to win a competition to become a glamour model