The youngest of four sisters, Amandine has been raised in a family where love and support has always been present. She has continued to build on this foundation with her daughter, whom she calls ‘her rock’. After experiencing a teenage pregnancy, Amandine says it was the biggest challenge she has ever faced but the best thing that’s ever happened to her. As a young mother, Amandine calls on all women not to be hard on yourself and that it’s okay to make mistakes – this is how you learn and grow!

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Amandine Naviti




Where are you from?

Makira Island

 Tell us about your family?

I am the fourth of four sisters. My parents are very caring and supportive of me and everything I do. I also have a five year old daughter named Wilma. She is the best thing that has ever happened to me, she is truly my rock.


What do you like to do in your spare time?  

I like to listen to music and watch. I watch a lot of love stories and comedy. Also I love to hang out with friends.

 Where do you work?

I am a helper at Peter Pan Grammar school.


What do you aspire to do in the future?

I am a go with the flow kinda girl.

 What is a quote that you live by?

“I gave her life, she gave me a reason to live” -Unknown


How would you describe your style? Why do you like fashion?

My style is basically like jeans, tops and dresses. I like to coordinate colors with everything I wear (well, I try haha)

 Who influences your style?

No one really, I dress how I feel.


What beauty products do you use (including perfume)?

I love Nivea and coconut oil on my skin, and I use a lot of leave-in conditioner in my hair to keep it down. Perfume wise, I only really use anything that doesn’t smell fruity.

What are three words you would use to describe yourself?

Funny, Loving and forgiving.

What’s the most difficult thing you’ve had to face?

Having my daughter at a young age, I was not ready but she turned out to be the best thing that’s ever happened to me.


This article was originally published in the April edition of the Vanuatu Daily Post Life and style magazine.