'I'm shy," Liv Tyler confided with a timid smile, even as she struck a pose for the hundreds of photographers who were hungrily snapping pictures of her in Bangkok recently at the P&G Beauty Vision House event.
It's hard to imagine how an individual who's been working as a model since the age of 14 and has been an internationally recognised actress for over a decade now could be a shrinking violet. But during the brief time I spent talking with Tyler that bashfulness came across very clearly. It was endearing, though, making her girl-next-door persona even more charming.
Liv _ as many media types address her to distinguish her from the other celebrity in her family, her father Steven Tyler, frontman of rock bank Aerosmith _ has dark, glossy locks and a free-spirited beauty which seems to make her a natural fit for haircare giant Pantene. She first starred in a Pantene television commercial back in 1990, and was appointed a brand ambassador for the firm six years later.
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