Former Miss World Australia Madeline Cowe will surely be the leading figure at Sydney's Rosehill racecourse this weekend.
The dazzling brunette will wear a tunic with 1,200 tall flowers with a pollen count, which will make her look like a life-size arrangement.
There's only one problem: the 25-year-old suffers from hay fever.
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Former Miss World Australia Madeline Cowe will undoubtedly be the featured figure at Rosehill Racecourse this weekend
"I grew up on a farm in North Queensland, so I found out pretty early, being out as often as I was," Madeline told FEMAIL.
"I grew up on a farm in North Queensland, so I found out pretty early, being outside as often as before," Madeline told FEMAIL.
"I needed something quick and easy to help me during the spring, because my main triggers are pollen and dust, so I take zyrtec.
"You can bet I'll take it when I put on my dress on Saturday," he joked.
Madeline wants those who suffer from it to know that while avoiding triggers as much as possible could help in the short term, she needs a long-term solution.
The dazzling brunette will wear a tunic with 1,200 high-pollen flowers attached, which will make her look like a life-size organization
Hayfever affects nearly 4.5 million Australians across the country and new research reveals that more than half (54 percent) of people who do not identify as allergic to hay fever admit to showing the physical symptoms.
Instead, this group attributes typical signs of allergy to fatigue (38 percent) and stress (30 percent), which leads them to blame symptoms such as watery eyes in a bad night's sleep when it could be hay fever.
Nasal sprays and decongestants are the best way to combat the allergy season.
As a model, Madeline needs to closely monitor her diet and lifestyle, to make sure she always shows her best face.
"I'm not a robot, so I definitely believe in moderation, but I try to be as healthy as possible with my food choices," he explained.
As a model, Madeline needs to carefully observe her diet and lifestyle, to make sure she always puts her best face forward
To treat herself, Madeline likes ice cream or schedule a brunch on her days off, usually opting for the "great breakfast" option or the pancakes
For breakfast, she usually chooses eggs with toast or porridge, but admits she's never really hungry & # 39; when he wakes up for the first time.
This is when you normally enter an F45 class, which you do four times a week, or a long walk across the ocean.
At lunchtime you will eat a wrap or a sandwich before dinner with a fleshy protein and vegetables.
"I will take my carbohydrates in the middle of the day and generally no later than 5 p.m.," he said.
To treat herself, Madeline enjoys an ice cream or a brunch program on her days off, usually opting for the "great breakfast" option or pancakes.
Your make-up routine away from the flickering lights of a photo shoot is simple, with a CC cream and a mask usual enough to feel presentable.
"If I'm working every day, I can start sprouting with all the different makeup looks, so I let the skin breathe when I can," he explained.