Maybe it’s her eyes. Maybe it’s her curves. Whatever it is, there’s something irresistible about Paulene So. She’s a beautiful accident, the product of two races with the results being simply stunning. Try as you might, it’s hard to take your eyes off her. [firstpara]
She looks charmingly innocent at one moment, and in a shift of shadows, looks deadly seductive the next. There’s just no way to predict what this playful chinita beauty will do next. But on the other hand, she looks as if she has the future written down tidily in a notebook, what with her myriad businesses and all.
For the time being though, Paulene So only has one thing in mind, and that’s to leave you short on adjectives relating to beauty, boldness and sex appeal.
So how was the shoot?
Everyone was nice and easy to work with. They made the whole shoot easier. This is my 3rd time to do a shoot for FHM actually, with my first appearance being a Girl Next Door a couple of years back.
You grew up in Dubai, right? Were you born there as well?
No. I was born here in the Philippines. Tapos at around 7 years old, dinala na ko sa Dubai, since my parents were working there. For about 14 to 15 years I lived there. That’s where I really grew up and matured.
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