Pamela Alexandra clocked herself over 487,000 views as she showed Instagram her curves ahead of the weekend. The Swiss-Brazilian sensation, whose following now sits at 3.6 million, is fast rising amid the platform’s hourglass-figured models – while influencing as she flaunts her ultra-curvaceous body earns Pamela some cash, her main job comes office-based, with the star working in a bank.
Pamela, who now proves as much adored for her infectious smile as she is her sometimes-goofy personality, appeared to deliver it all as she posted three days ago.
Pamela’s video (seen below) showed her getting into her vehicle, with the camera taking in her frame from head-to-toe. A stylish, but very revealing, wardrobe showed the brunette in a peachy-pink and sleeveless jumpsuit with a feminine finish, also proving a giant cleavage overload via an exposing neckline.
Pamela settled herself into the car as she flashed her pearly whites, also looking content as she toyed with her hair. A carefree laugh at the end kept up the signature vibe that’s a standard over on Pamela’s Instagram.
Pamela’s video proved popular via the view-count, but it likewise saw a major wave of comments pour in. The model had announced she’d be deleting the video, but it remains live despite having been posted over 72 hours ago.
“Thanks for the repost @fine.beauties (I posted this a million times already ? I’ll delete it later),” she wrote.
Fans were loving it.
“My all time fav …. that smile,” one user wrote.
“Plz don’t delete it❤️,” another said.
“Wow ??????,” a third added, with other replies going down the same route.
“Looks like my current situation minus 15lbs. Just kidding not even close. I look a little bit crazy right about now? #quarantineandfood,” she wrote.
Humor is 100% this star’s signature stamp. 2019 saw Pamela model a mint green bikini as she wowed her followers, then admitting that the swimwear belonged to her mother. More recent snaps have seen Pamela influencing for clothing brand Pretty Little Thing.
Pamela earns her social media income via influencing. Largely partnering up with Fashion Nova or Pretty Little Thing, posts from Pamela come as shout-outs to the brand, something that Vox’s experts have broken down in terms of pay – posts from Pamela generally aren’t full-blown ads, but they are influencing.
“Influencers with up to 1 million followers can get $10,000 [per post], depending on the platform, and 1 million followers and up, you’re getting into territory where they can charge $100,000. Some can even get $250,000 for a post!”