Jasmine Sanders is trying to limit the amount of time she spends on her phone.
The model has walked the runway for the likes of Miu Miu and Moschino as well as appeared in campaigns for brands including Nike, Gap and Ralph Lauren.
Jasmine also has a huge social media following thanks to her @golden_barbie Instagram account, which to date has attracted the attention of over three million followers.
But in spite of her constant engagement with fans online, she is urging others to leave their phones at home when socialising out in the real world.
“There’s never a moment someone is not on a camera,” the 27-year-old explained in an interview with StyleCaster. “The hardest test is not taking it to dinner. Of course, my excuse is I need the GPS to get in the car (that’s my excuse for everything. I need my GPS – I can’t get there without it.) So, take it in the car, but leave it in the glove compartment. Go in and see if you can really have that time (away from your phone).”
The fashion star also admitted that she is well aware of the kind of posts her millions of Instagram followers want to see, but will occasionally focus on her own desires.
“There are times when I look at my page and I’m like, ‘You know what? I’m tired of being cookie-cutter perfect for everyone. I want to post what I want.’ As crazy as that sounds, I want to post a view without me in it,” she laughed. “I have those moments of me being in what to my eyes is rebellious against what Golden Barbie is on the Internet.”
Away from her Golden Barbie persona, Jasmine was recently made the face of Smashbox Cover Shot Palettes Collection, a highly pigmented glittery range of eyeshadows.
“I don’t think there’s ever been a moment when glitter hasn’t made anything prettier or made me feel happier,” the blonde beauty smiled.
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