The reason why she earned an instant follow is because of the diversity of her feed. I've seen timelines of models who only choose to post professionally taken editorial shots. Ubah's feed has it all.
There's tons of style inspiration because regularly Ubah shares what she's currently wearing.
To round off her perfect Instagram feed, Ubah also shares moments from her travels and (most importantly), what she does to create her perfect skin.
Here we see Ubah complete her post shower routine by layering with various LaMer products.
I'm aware LaMer is a very expensive product, but one can't deny the quality of this amazing brand. Here's my advice for gorgeous, glowing, radiant skin. Find the brand that works with your skin type and make sure to use the product religiously. Get a night routine no mater where you are or what time you go back home or to your hotel. Make sure you wash your face with a gentle cleanser, and then hydrate your face with the cream of your choice. 50% of how much the product works has to do with the consistency with which you use the products. Also, avoid artificial sugar and limit your sugar intake! Drink tons of water, get some quality sleep and try not to sweat the small stuff. (stress will age you) @lamer 😋 #Lamer. #glowingskin #naturalbeauty
Notice how she slathers product on her neck and shoulder, not just on her face. LaMer is one of those iconic brands that I've always wanted to try. I think I'll save my pennies and splurge on at least one LaMer product this year.
Lastly, I'd love to share the video that first introduced me to Ubah in the first place. In the video below, she appears to be enjoying a professional facial. What you'll notice is how many steps are involved in the process. Although we see Ubah talking, we don't actually hear her voice. So, unfortunately, we're left guessing as to what type of facial this is. The only piece of information we have is that the duration of the facial is 3 hours long. On thing for sure, there's quite a bit of facial massage involved in this experience. At one point, the esthetician applies what appears to be rubber mask. In the Korean skin care world, they're known as rubber modeling masks. I actually purchased one late last year but I didn't have great results because, apparently, I didn't apply it as thick as seen in this video. The thicker the paste, the easier it is to peel off. I'm going to give it another shot now that I've seen it in action.
Make sure you check out @ubah_hassan on Instagram.