Professional Headshot –
Being in the promotional modeling business, this tip seemed obvious. It turns out that I was wrong. Professional headshots are essential if you want your model profile to succeed in this industry. If you think about it, clients and agencies see hundreds of model profiles every day. Having a professional headshot will allow you to quickly and easily say to them “I’m professional and friendly and the best candidate for your brand.” You only have a few seconds to make a good impression on the client. Make sure that the first image you upload is the best. If we were being honest, would you hire someone to represent your company’s brand whose main profile picture is a selfie? We don’t believe so. #NoMoreSelfies
Promoting Modeling Tip: Don’t worry if you don’t have any professional photos. Instead, ask a friend or family member to take a headshot with you in front of a blank wall or background. This will be a good way to start until professional photos are taken. Fake it till you make it, as they say.
2. Candid Photos –
A professional headshot (or one that is professional-looking) is essential for your profile picture. For the profile images, candid photos are essential. Clients can see you as a person without any Photoshopping. These candid photos are a great way to show your best side, but please don’t submit photos that include group shots. Clients and agencies find group photos frustrating because it is not always clear who you are.
3. Event Photos –
Event photos are another type of photo you should include in your promotional modeling profile. Clients and agencies can see what your appearance is like at trade shows and the type of promotions you have worked on in the past. Event photos can also be classified as candid photos. This makes them a win-win for both agencies and clients.
4. Professional/Fashion Photos –
While candid and event photos should be the most prominent photos in your profile, you can also include professional photos. Photographs that are professional and/or fashion can show off another side of your modeling career and help clients see how comfortable you feel in front of the camera. It’s a good idea to use your promotional modeling profile to expand your modeling network.
Promotional Modeling Tip: Don’t overdo it. Clients and agencies will be turned away if they see too many photos of you in fashion and professional settings. They won’t know what your true look is. This is the promotional modeling business. Promotive modeling involves meeting, greeting and interacting with clients face to face. It’s crucial that the client and agency see what you look like in real life.
5. A variety of photos –
Last but not least, make sure to include several photos in your model profile. The client or agency should see you in many different settings, outfits and hairstyles. These photos will show off your versatility and the type of look that you can bring to the promotion.
Model profile photos are crucial if you want more bookings. #NoMoreSelfies! You want more tips to help you increase your chances of booking a promotional model? This blog has more information: Why am I not getting hired as a promotional model Did I miss something? Leave a comment below to let us know what you think!
SEEK SKIN CARE PRODUCTS TO TARGET ASIAN SKIN DELICATES
A good skincare routine is essential for sensitive skin like Asian skin. It is important to wash your face with gentle, sensitive-friendly cleansing lotions. A gentle cleanser may cause the skin to become reddened, even though it is gentle. To calm the skin, use a toner. There are many options available that can be used even if you don’t have the money.
2. STAY AWAY FROM THE ARTIFICIAL EYELID CREASE.
Monolids, also known as “creases” or “folds” in the eyelids, are those that do not present the natural “creases” or “folds. Monolids are common in Asian women, which can be frustrating. Many may go to the surgeon to solve the problem.
Many believe that this is a characteristic that Asian women should embrace because it is a part of their heritage. Asian women should not have their “eyelid crease” removed surgically. They also shouldn’t attempt to draw one. It will look terrible nine out of ten.
Asian women should not use eyeliner and eyeshadow on monolids. It’s best to use a light dusting of eyeshadow. For a beautiful look, you should stick with natural tones.