Tip's on being a Model

Just some tips! :)

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Decide what kind of model you hope to be. Technically, anybody can be a model. However, do remember that if you don't meet certain requirements, the work available to you will be incredibly limited, and you may have to compensate in other departments (reliability, technique, etc).

A Plus Size Model: If your body is full and curvaceous, you may be able to be a plus size model (for example, Crystal Renn).   A Runway Model: Most women on the catwalk are at least 5'9, very skinny, and commonly small-breasted. Men are mostly between 5'11 and 6'2. This does not quite fully pertain to Victoria's Secret models.   A Print Model: Most editorial female models are at least 5'7, but a beautiful face with great personality are really important for print models.   An Underwear Model: For women, this requires large breasts but small hips. For men this requires broad shoulders but slim waists.   A Promotional Model: Some companies want their customer base to interact directly with models who are generally attractive with like-able personalities to promote their brand. You may see these models in grocery stores, events or clubs promoting things like food, liquor brands or new products.   A Spokesmodel: Models who are hired to be consistently associated with a specific brand. Contrary to popular thought models don't always have to verbally promote the brand.   A Trade Show Model: Hired by companies or brands to advertise to attendees at a trade show tent or booth. Typically not employed by the company but hired as "freelance" models for the event. (Ex. Magic Market Week in Las Vegas NV)   Other Types of Modeling: If you don't fit any of the face or body descriptions, perhaps you can be a foot, hair, or hand model. There's also the option of being an alternative model.   Consider your "look". There is more of a curvy California look, a svelte and sophisticated New York look, a waif-like European look, girl next door, swimsuit or lingerie (usually requires the bust to fill out the suits and a very thin waist). Know what you're equipped with, but also work to pull off other looks.
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