Wednesday 20 October 2021

Modelling Tips

 Try to meet the industry's standard requirements. Most male models are between 5' 11" and 6' 2" and under 175 pounds. Males can start a modeling career from the age range of 16 to 25 and their careers can last well into their 40s, which is much more relaxed than their female counterparts. Don't worry about being all around perfection, if one body part is exceptional, there's work for hand models and eyewear models, too.


Keep toned. Although the modeling industry doesn't want a body builder's frame, they do want a fit and healthy appearance.


Apart from good height and physique, the face and talent are also crucial for a model. You need to take care of your skin and the face along with developing your acting and other talents that are vital for the industry.


Create a portfolio. Get several head shots and full body shots in both sportswear and business attire taken. Keep information like clothing size, height and weight on the back for potential clients to look at.

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Be persistent. Even today's top models have been rejected more than once. If one agency passes on you, think of it as an opportunity to find a better agency.

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Keep a flexible schedule. Once an agent starts booking shoots, a model must be ready to be on location on short notice. A passport is a must for any model.

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Research the agency carefully, always make sure you find an agency that is going to give you the best out of your career, most of the top agencies look after their models well and will give you the help and advice needed, but don’t be afraid to use an agent if you make it with an agency and let the agent do the hard work like negotiating.

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Nowadays there are so many ways to get into modelling, local newspapers often run competitions, websites often accept submissions, rejection doesn’t mean you haven’t got what it takes, but always be realistic.

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