Climbing the Ladder of Success in Modeling


Denise Casey

Modeling is a renowned type of public performance compared to acting and dancing, however models also have to convey an emotion in their photographs and evening live performances thus making them also as actors . Modeling can be a start of a sensational career and it can lead to a career in acting, fashion, Public Relations to marketing and media.


Rejection is a familiar feeling for most of model neophyte. Modeling is a lifestyle and is not like the usual 8- hours work that most of us have, with perseverance, hardwork and commitment are the three basic keys into climbing into the ladder of fame in modeling. Nevertheless, there are still a lot of people who aspires of becoming a character or fashion male and female model thus making it a very competitive industry. Acting is one of the advantages in being a model, aspiring models that do not have the characteristics for fashion or runway still do have an opportunity being a character model in print and other form of media advertising. Character

male and female models

are found to be successful and effective if the look like real people for consumers can relate and want to see the various products such as clothes and cosmetic products on someone who similarly looks like them, thus giving the opportunities for people of different sizes and shapes in the modeling industries.

Not all models are beautiful, skinny and long legged there are also character models that portrays ordinary people that are commonly found in print ads and commercials. UK female and male models are taking fashion by storm like Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell and Jodi Kid, they are one of the few famous British faces in fashion. In spite of the glitz and hype of modeling especially in fashion still hard work and perseverance are the key in becoming a fashion or character model.

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