Her name is Eva but in Argentina she is known as "la cone" and also internationally and especially in the US as "Bunny" or sometimes people also call her "Dontworrybebunny". She is 23 years old and has a life that I never imagined he would have. "I am of very humble origin, I was born in the city of Córdoba, Argentina. My parents were very absent during my childhood, so I grew up with my brother and lived alone with him, since I was 13 years old (he was 17 years old then and lived alone since I was 11 years old) So, to put it in some way, we were children trying to survive in a very dangerous place, without the financial support of my parents, our grandmother sent us food sometimes in packages from a very small town 5 hours away de Córdoba (where we were living), for me, my life has been an incredible story of self-improvement", said Eva. Eva told her way of seeing life. "I always had a very different way of seeing life, totally misunderstood in my childhood, and more when I started working at 13 years old, most of the week I went from school to work, sometimes I didn't sleep for 3 days I felt that I didn't fit into the general thinking of my peers, who would never understand what it was like to have a double life like mine, I always felt that high school was a waste of time but I finished it anyway, at the same time. At 16 I started traveling to Buenos Aires eventually doing modeling work, until I moved to the big city permanently at 17 after finishing high school, I even did two years of digital marketing at the university there," Eva said. Eva explained her beginnings. "When I was 16 years old, I entered a beauty contest that was held every year in different parts of the country, just that year it was held in Córdoba and I was doing a season at Carlos Paz, after being in the final, they transferred me. I arrived to Buenos Aires and that's how I began to venture into the Buenos Aires environment, it didn't take long for me to make myself known for my adventures, I lived with friends and we did a reality show of our lives on social networks, people even sang "bunny-house" to us when we entered the events", Eva said. Eva was developing her business. "At the same time I was developing my business, trying to put everything I could into them, until the day came when instead of asking me "are you the cone?" they asked me "are you the girl with the corsets?" and That's when I realized the notoriety that my brand was achieving in the Buenos Aires environment. I not only invested in the business, I probably invested more in myself but not only in my physical appearance, although to be honest the aesthetics was the expensive part (speaking of money) but what cost me most of my time was learning to keep growing, I'm still on the road, because you never finish learning everything, but all the mistakes I made always make me better", explained Eva. Also, Eva talked about her grandmother. "I would have liked to listen more to my grandmother when she told me that learning was important, although the public education system in my country was not very efficient, I would have liked to learn more languages and financial education. I also believe that one of the most important pieces of advice What one should receive is that when you really want something with all your energy, no matter how difficult it may seem, you can achieve it, if you trust yourself," said Eva.