Yalitza Aparicio Martínez is an actress and Mexican preschool teacher. She rose to fame in 2018 for her acting debut in the film Roma, which Time magazine ranked as the best performance of 2018.
As if that were not enough, in 2019, Time magazine named her one of the 100 most influential people in the world, while on October 4 of that year, she was named United Nations Ambassador for indigenous peoples.
Also, that same month, the talented Yalitza Aparicio was included in the list created by the BBC of the 100 most influential women in the world during that year. Still, nobody would imagine that one day she would get a tattoo.
Yalitza Aparicio’s tattoo
It turns out that recently through her YouTube channel, the famous Yalitza Aparicio has boasted about one more of her adventures in her beautiful state that is Oaxaca, and that is that on this occasion, she has made a tattoo on her skin.
Through a video that the Oaxacan titled “I got a tattoo,” it can be seen that she attends a tattoo studio with one of her friends in her home state to get one, so her mother also accompanies her.
In the video, the famous Oaxacan actress has expressed that previously she asked her mother for permission to get a tattoo, so she decided to accompany her and see the entire process that she explained in detail.
Finally, Yali boasts about the result of her first skin tattoo, and as she mentions at the beginning, it is a wish she had for many years and has now fulfilled.
It should be noted that the tattoo that the outstanding actress made was a special design with a hummingbird, one of the favorite birds of the talented Yalitza and that she will now carry for life in one of her arms.
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Yalitza at the premiere of “Presencias”
The premiere of the new film by Luis Mandoki, “Presencias,” was recently held. Yalitza Aparicio participates and promises to get one or another scare since the film is horror.
On the red carpet, the actress dazzled with a look that highlighted a bralette and a vest made entirely of crystals since the person in charge of Yalitza’s styling is Pablo Rivera, the mastermind behind such enigmatic looks that highlight the best attributes of the Oaxacan artist and that make her feel safe at all times.
It should be noted that the design of this incredible piece is by the Mexican Enrique González, whose brand called “EGR” exploits details of Mexican culture in a risky and emblematic way to create haute couture or, as it says on its website when describing its urban style -craft: “traditional elements in non-traditional designs.”