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sro558 asked:

24 Jul 2011

how can i look like a model?

im 1.70m tall, i want to do commercial stuff where height doesnt really matter (not fashion/editorial)

well... im waiting for ur advices about style, beauty, body etc

check my pics and tell me , , ,



silence_ says:

Posted on 24 Jul 2011

I'd say skincare, even as a commercial model your skin serves as the canvas for both makeup and adornment (clothing wise) . So,
Are you doing any facial/body peels?
Salt baths?
Things that will essentially exfoliate and assist in the cellular turn-over rate. Aiding in softer, brighter skin.

I'd suggest you research all the various methods and things that will help you on your way to wonderful skin :

Are you toning your body?
Eating healthy?
These are still only the basics but crucial and significant , none the less.

Style wise, I don't know what you personally like, but I would suggest you go online, and look for downloadable versions of all types of magazines, english and not, even though it doesn't play a huge part in getting "hired" for commercial modelling, you said you still want to "look" the part,
Learning, and i mean LEARNING , to coordinate is one way to improve style. For example,
(pictured) ViVi Magazine Japan, is among my favourite magazines for style improvement and coordinations. I don't speak japanese, but it has enough fashion/style pictures to help me learn a thing or two about coordinating pieces. Buying cost-efficient look -a-likes and coordinating them well, will help you style wise, but it comes down (mainly) to what you fancy.

Uh, I can't think any more, my mind has gone blank. The main thing is to take care of your body, tone up, eat right, skincare, then style, and makeup will essentially come together alongside skincare, because if your skin looks great so will your makeup. Smoother applications, smaller pores , etc .


sro558 says:

Posted on 24 Jul 2011

well thanks, i take care of my skin and i eat healthy as far as i can
but... does my skin look bad?
maybe in one of the pictures my skin skin looks little bit oily but i got swet that time
do i really look unhealthy?


sro558 says:

Posted on 25 Jul 2011

ok here is one pic of me with natural light


vballchic2015 says:

Posted on 09 Mar 2012

When you go for the interview, don't have so much makeup on. Clear face, some lipgloss and mascara maybe. Start a portfolio and you'll have to check out weight/height with the agency. Also not to be mean but you'll have to work on your abs more too (not a 6 pack , but a lean one) if you want to do swim suit and hair/makeup/clothes/shoes they'll choose all you need to worry about is weight/height/skin :) good luck! Check out local agency to see how you could do and its all about your attitude too and walk and poses. some of your poses are too cliche/cheesy to do adult modeling .... and usally models dont smile haha


silence_ says:

Posted on 24 Jul 2011

No, not at all, the pictures aren't in natural light so it's hard to tell.
Also i'm not sure if you're wearing makeup in any of the pictures.
It was just a pointer, and rather than make an assumption, I gave you just general tips as a result of those unknown specificities.

You look healthy. If you really want to, you can tone, but it isn't necessary for commercial purposes. The main point I was trying to emphasize is that those basics will essentially give you a heads up in the commercial industry. So it's best to hone them and focus on them.

Once you start doing well in commercial, clothing and makeup will be done for you, so style isn't as significant, although still useful in getting a one up in the industry.

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