Saturday, 22 October 2016

Modelling General Advice

General Advice

Secrets to being a model

When going to casting calls always make sure that you are well presented, think carefully about your outfits so that it shows off your figure and always wear heels. You should wear some make up but keep it natural and the same goes with nail varnish as well.

Always look after your skin, the less products you use the better, after a period of time if you use a lot of products containing chemicals and alcohols in, they can have ageing effects.

The modelling industry can be an incredibly lucrative career given that you have the drive and determination to succeed, but it will only last as long as you have the same proactive nature and looks than when you started. Always have a backup career and keep up your studies until you are sure that modelling is something that you should take up as a full-time career.

Diet and exercise are very important as ultimately your body is the tool to which you will be hired for work, if you don’t look after it you will lose out on jobs. You need to have a good relationship with your body to succeed.

To be a top model you need a strict exercise regime and to be conscious that you eat healthy, this does not mean you starve yourself, but just look after your body so you have a naturally healthy look.

Friday, 7 October 2016

Succeed at Modelling

When beginning your journey in the modelling industry many begin to wonder if they have the qualities and traits suited for the fiercely competitive world. 

The character required surviving such a challenging, fickle yet incredible world is built through each experience. Many traits do come naturally yet shine and develop further during each obstacle, proud moment or rejection. 

Every model learns and grows over time to deal with each scenario laid ahead of them. 
Here are 5 qualities that an experienced model has developed to cope when navigating through the industry.

A hopeful with a determined character will have a fighting chance of becoming a successful model. It is not an easy career to choose and therefore, demands for individuals to be committed to their dream and not give up when opportunities fizzle or do not present themselves. It is important to remember your talent and have the faith that you will succeed, will help here.

Models are expected to be confident and self-assured when arriving at a photoshoot or catwalk show. This level of confidence is also required whilst performing the modelling role as shy and timid characters will not deliver. It is normal to feel nervous especially at your first modelling job yet use these feelings for good and to help your performance on the day.

Hard working
The modelling industry demands individuals who have a work ethic that understands hard work welcoming early starts and late finishes due to their commitment and passion for their career. An ambitious character that is determined to succeed through sheer hard work will be well suited to the modelling world. It is certainly not an easy profession – laziness will not be welcomed!

Those who succeed in the modelling industry need to be passionate about their career and enjoy the world of style and fashion. An enthusiastic and energetic individual will have the instinct to naturally locate opportunities and embrace new interactions. Their passion and interest for the industry will allow for them to enjoy each role and live their life to the fullest. A negative and disinterested attitude will hinder a career rather than progress it further. are passionate and love passionate people.

It is a known fact that most models face rejection and closed doors on many occasion. It is easy to feel deflated and upset by this yet as a model it is a part of everyday life and enables for you to be persistent and keep fighting for your place. Every successful model has had to go through times of upset and failure yet it enables for them to be strong and fearless allowing for them to grow into an amazingly successful mode

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