Modeling in general is tough on many but, the cut throat competition teenage models experience is of another level. What you should understand in order to become a successful teenage model is that when you set foot into this world, you have to do so with everything you have.
There is no scope for an error because once you don’t make the cut, only a miracle can save your career. The competition is fierce; hence you cannot afford to be complacent about your prospects. You have to spend every waking minute of your time making sure you are investing in your future. Fortunately, there is plenty of help available in this regard. You don’t have to burn the midnight oil to become a successful model. All you have to do is consider these tips to help you with the plan.
In a previous blog post, I talked about the classic wardrobe essential – the leather jacket. This is a trend that’s constantly found on the high street, but with the winter fast approaching, new items and accessories are always been introduced to revamp this classic, statement look.
Since there is so many photo opportunities during the winter months, including all of those fabulous winter parties, you always want to look trendy, stylish and stand out from the crowd. A perfect essential you need every winter is a pair of ankle boots, to keep your feet cosy and warm.
When I was younger, I used to wear bib overalls whenever we had to do some general cleaning at school or at home- or whenever I felt that I’d spend the whole day at the library during my college years. While it can be used when you just feel like it – and it can be fashionably worn (celebrities wear it!), bib overalls are generally used as workwear.
The debate between buying online vs. traditional shopping may not have the same intrigue or scientific research as nature vs. nurture, but it is just as hot of a topic. If it is in our “nature” as human beings in the 21st century to feel a compulsion to shop then the next question is—is it best to do it online or in person? More to the point, where do you stand when it comes to something personal like wedding jewelry?
Frankly, I am losing a lot of my hair and it is because I have done wrong with it. Months ago, I have dyed it thrice – consecutively – and I also had my hair ‘rebonded‘. On top of that, I am now pregnant and experts say that hormonal changes during pregnancy and after giving birth may cause hair loss. So yes, I think my hair loss dilemma is inevitable right now. Anyhow, to ‘preserve’ what I have (because I am scared of going bald), I have searched the web on some simple tips to prevent more hair loss. Here are some which I would like to share with you…
1. Maintain a healthy and balanced diet. Poor nutrition and vitamin uptake is responsible for a great deal of hair loss – and I guess I definitely need this for my pregnancy as well.