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Model's Tip

Runway Editor's Notes with Belinda Trotter-James
The Modelologist
108 MODEL’S TIPS
By reader demand..... All the tips you have been reading over the past year on this site is now in one easy to read ebook.  We have taken the top  108 key successful modeling rules and put them in an ebook.  The print version will also be out shortly.  Download your copy from www.Amazon.com on your digital devices today...   Unlock 108 Key rules of Successful Modeling    http://www.amazon.com/dp/BOOCHGHEDG          https://www.amazon.com/author/belindatrotterjames
Must Do...

Must Do...

Always have a professional makeup artist at all your photo shoots.


ANTM Louise photo credit: The CW Network

Be Friends!

Be Friends!

In a business that can tear your spirit down in an instant, you need support from every angle.  Yes, the next girl may be your competition but, she may also be the girl who  refers you for an assignment.



ANTM Cycle 18 Photo credit: The CW Network

 MODEL TIP #98...

If modeling is the career you want to pursue, you will need to store your photos in a professional portfolio book.  When attending casting calls it’s the first thing a casting agent will request.  Some amateur models would show up with photos in an envelope or 3-ring binder with plastic pages!  Holy Cow! This sends a silent message to casting agents that you are not serious about your career.  

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Black But Invisible

Black But Invisible

Cynthia Bailey Modeling Competition

Cynthia Bailey Modeling Competition

Plus Size Modeling Competition

Plus Size Modeling Competition


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POWER OF THE PLUS

POWER OF THE PLUS

FULL FIGURED WOMEN UNITE!!!  GET YOUR COPY TODAY ON AMAZON:
 


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HOW TO PROPERLY SIZE YOUR BRA FROM HOME

HOW TO PROPERLY SIZE YOUR BRA FROM HOME

by Kamar Adour

We all want to be beautiful and feel great about how we see ourselves but, make-up and clothing are only part of the equation. The foundation to every women’s wardrobe starts with lingerie. All women should have a basic lingerie wardrobe that includes things that look great on and you can feel comfortable in. Its great to have fun, flirty, sexy pieces of lingerie but that shouldn’t mean that they aren’t comfortable or can’t be worn on any given day. One of the most common reasons why some women don’t like or are intimidated by lingerie is because of comfort.. I am often asked things like: “How can you wear a thong to work and be comfortable?” or “How can anyone wear designer lingerie outside of the bedroom?” Now, although lingerie is always fun in the bedroom almost all lingerie is actually designed with comforting benefits so that it can worn through out the day.


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The difference between wearing sexy lingerie and actually feeling sexy in any lingerie - Tips From Adours Closet!

by Kamar Adour 


One of the biggest misconceptions about Lingerie is that it makes you sexy, the sexier the lingerie the more sex appeal you'll posses.... This is only partially true. Yes, Lingerie is sexy but, you have to feel sexy wearing it in order to convey any sex appeal, Period! I am often asked how I'm able to be seductive, sensual or flirty and glamorous at photo shoots with all those people around with cameras and lights... My answer is always the same, I feel comfortable and confident in my lingerie and that is the biggest secret to looking and feeling sexy, having confidence and feeling comfortable. I mean, lets be honest, we're talking about being in your under-ware.., you need to feel pretty confident and comfortable otherwise you just look and feel silly. Here are some helpful points I keep in mind when lingerie shopping:

  1. Comfort - Lingerie has to be comfortable. You should be able to move freely with ease. Nothing should be too tight or pinching, scratchy or rough. Your Lingerie should feel like second skin or girly lace. I personally always look for flirty and soft or sheer and flexible. 
  2. Size - Always buy the correct size. If you buy too big or too small your lingerie won’t fit properly and you'll feel silly or think something is wrong with your shape when in actuality you just have the wrong size. The wrong size can cause tons of discomfort and won’t be any fun to wear.
  3. Material - Buy materials that you like wearing. If you hate the way lace feels on your skin then don't buy a lace bra. Remember, you want to feel comfortable in order to feel confident.  Another example is if you’re not comfortable wearing a thong. Then that might not be the best outfit idea when seducing your boyfriend…
  4. Color - This, believe it or not, is very important in my opinion. I buy colors I feel good wearing. If I have the perfect outfit, it has to be in the perfect color. Everyone should have a good idea of what colors look best on them; go with those colors and you'll feel great.

When it’s all said and done, your lingerie should be worn as an extension of you. You should feel good wearing it and even better taking it off. *giggles*

Kamar Adour,  @adourscloset or @adourme

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Helena Christensen on Why Supermodels Became a Phenomenon

Helena ChristensenPhoto: BEN STANSALL/AFP/Getty Images

If you're the type of fashion-hungry person who laments the era of celebrities landing covers to promote their movies, and longs for another era of supermodels but can't put your finger on why, Helena Christensen explains her view on the matter to Elle. She and her fellow top models who ruled covers in the nineties, like Cindy Crawford and Naomi Campbell, were able to do so, she believes, because they were allowed to be themselves rather than monotonous-looking, personality-less stick figures forced to conform to someone else's extreme idea of beauty.

Why do you think supermodels became such a phenomenon when they did?

Sometimes, moments just happen to coordinate and work out. But I do think that if I was to say anything, we were allowed to just be ourselves. Each one of us had a very unique look in the sense that we looked different. There was no conformity about our look—and our personalities too, we had very different personalities, and emotionally and mentally we were different—but I think that that put together created this strong force of women. And no one told us to be any different. No one ever came up to me and said, “you need to reshape your body, to lose weight, or to be more outgoing, or less outgoing”. We were just allowed to be us, and I think at the end of the day, isn’t that the whole point of being a human being? To be allowed to be yourself, to be accepted the way you are? Ironically enough, in a business where a lot of styles and looks are dictated in some way, from the point of view of the media onto the audience, I think it’s so great that we got to just remain our quirky selves and have the body shapes that we had without anyone ever pointing a finger at anything. Maybe that’s what gave our careers longevity.

Fashion should be about celebrating somebody’s individual style, personality and look. That’s what’s unique about a person. If you’re going to go and say, you need to look like this, you need to weigh this—what is the point of that, then? It’s so simple, really, and so complicated. It’s always about dictating, it’s always about pointing fingers. Everybody is so busy pointing fingers at someone else that they forget that what we actually need to celebrate is the individuality.

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