This April, Seventeen magazine sits down with Maja Salvador, the newest endorser of Folded and Hung, and discovers a side that Maja has kept hidden from the public. For instance, did you know that:
Maja was a tomboy growing up. "I grew up in Aparri and lived with my aunts because my mom was working abroad," she says, "I was so boyish. I preferred playing with spinning tops and toy guns back then." A more kikay side to Maja emerged when she began to model, which eventually led to her acting career with ABS-CBN.
Maja keeps her problems bottled up inside. "I'm not the type who'd share my problems or cry in front of others," she shares, "I guess that's why it's easy for me to do dramatic scenes. I have so much sadness inside me."
Maja won't be doing sexy roles any time soon. This is because she doesn't think she could ever flaunt her body in a two-piece bikini. "I always want to have an air of mystery," she says, "I don't want guys fantasizing about me."
WhileMajais certainly Tinseltown's It-Girl, the challenge has just begun for her."My challenge is to see how successful I can become and how I'll handle my career," she explains.
Discover more about the metamorphosis of Maja by grabbing your copy of the April issue of Seventeen magazine, now available in all leading bookstores and magazine stands nationwide at P85 per copy.