As a model, Selenge says that her job’s number one priority is the way she looks, so her advice is to dress to impress at any level. She describes her typical style as smart casual, “as simple as it gets”, but she also tries to look feminine through clean, plain-coloured outfits. Another important thing to have in the modelling industry, Selenge says, is a great personality, and it seems that she’s honed her own character from numerous trips to countries such as Paris, New York, and Milan. “You get to meet a lot of people with extreme characters,” she says. “It’s one of the things I like about travelling. I’m glad that I’m able to travel for work, which makes it so much more interesting.” The downside of being a model is the time she spends waiting backstage or for a casting, and she says that if she could, she’d love to be a performing artist. “I’d be more than grateful to be in the entertainment industry,” she says. “I’m an outgoing person, so I like to entertain people. It makes me happy to see people happy.” Nonetheless, Selenge says that she’s happy to have achieved her childhood dream of becoming a model. “I used to copy and learn every pose, move, and look that Estonian supermodel Carmen Cass used to do. I consider her to be my role model; she’s really inspired me.” When she’s not on the job, Selenge and her boyfriend are out exploring Singapore and trying dishes such as fried bee hoon, fish soup, and roti prata. She makes up for the indulgences by keeping active through yoga, cardio workouts, and dance. “Dancing, to me, is like a gift from God; I can refresh my mind and body, and it’s one thing that makes me very happy.” When asked about her personal motto in life, she quotes Lance Armstrong. “Winning is about heart, not just legs. It’s got to be in the right place.” We think Selenge’s heart definitely is.