How to look like a model

Ever notice how models always look amazing, even when they’re not working? Despite the early morning calls, endless hours in front of cameras, and late night fittings, they somehow manage to look effortlessly chic at all times. Of course, good genetics are a factor, but it also comes down to knowing these secret style-weapon tips.

Killer Heels

How to look like a model

After walking in stilettos all day, the last thing you want to do is slip on yet another pair of heels. You never know when a last-minute casting is going to pop up or who’ll be walking by you on the street—it could be a model scout, a current client, or even a future employer!

Heels instantly give you better posture, making you look taller, slimmer, and more confident. Plus, they prove you can walk in heels—a must for every model. Remember that wearing heels doesn’t necessarily mean wearing skyscraper stilettos. Don’t be afraid to mix it up with heeled boots or wedges.

Designer Shades

How to look like a model

No supermodel leaves the house without their favorite pair of sunglasses. The right pair of shades will make you look catwalk ready even though you:

  • Had a horrible night’s sleep
  • Just stepped off a 12-hour flight
  • Don’t have a stitch of makeup on

Eye-bag hiding aside, sunglasses also protect your peepers from the sun’s harmful rays and keep your delicate skin looking young. It’s a win-win.

Skinny Jeans

How to look like a model

A pair of slim, fitted jeans will make your legs look longer and leaner and they go with everything! You can dress them up or down, tuck them into boots, wear them with heels, or pair them with a simple tank or fitted tee. This is the perfect outfit for go-sees, by the way.

A Fitted Jacket

How to look like a model

One of the best fashion investments you can make is a high-quality fitted jacket. It doesn’t have to be leather, just something simple and classic that you can dress up or dress down. You can even wear it in the summer if you’re hopping from airport to airport—airports are notoriously chilly—or slip it on over a sexy after-hours outfit on a cool summer evening.

Basic Black

How to look like a model

What’s not to love about black? It’s slimming, it’s classic, it goes from day to night, and it goes with absolutely everything—even itself! It also adds to the “blank canvas” look that model scouts and agents love. When a model is dressed simply and stylishly, it’s easier to picture her in a client’s clothes.

Simplicity

How to look like a model

Models look their best in modern, clean lines. Nothing fussy, nothing busy—that means ruffles are out. Keep makeup and jewelry simple, too, and either buff your nails or choose a neutral nail polish.

Hair Elastics

How to look like a model

Hair elastics are simple tools that are a must-have in every model’s arsenal—they help hide a bad hair day and come in handy when you have a casting and need to show off your beautiful face. Make sure your ponytail is sleek, not messy, and not over-styled. Agents and clients want to see you in your natural state.

Clear elastics look best, but you can always hide a bigger or more colorful hair tie by wrapping a piece of your hair around the ponytail holder, then securing it with a bobby pin. Also, remember that elastics break all the time, so be sure to carry a few with you.

Confidence

How to look like a model

What’s on the inside counts just as much as what’s on the outside. When you’re confident in yourself no matter what you’re doing or what you’re wearing, people will notice! Your inner supermodel will shine through and who knows, you might even get discovered.

Ever notice how models always look amazing, even when they’re not working? Despite the early morning calls, endless hours in front of cameras, and late night fittings, they somehow manage to look effortlessly chic at all times. Of course, good genetics are a factor, but it also comes down to knowing these secret style-weapon tips.

Killer Heels

How to look like a model

After walking in stilettos all day, the last thing you want to do is slip on yet another pair of heels. You never know when a last-minute casting is going to pop up or who’ll be walking by you on the street—it could be a model scout, a current client, or even a future employer!

Heels instantly give you better posture, making you look taller, slimmer, and more confident. Plus, they prove you can walk in heels—a must for every model. Remember that wearing heels doesn’t necessarily mean wearing skyscraper stilettos. Don’t be afraid to mix it up with heeled boots or wedges.

Designer Shades

How to look like a model

No supermodel leaves the house without their favorite pair of sunglasses. The right pair of shades will make you look catwalk ready even though you:

  • Had a horrible night’s sleep
  • Just stepped off a 12-hour flight
  • Don’t have a stitch of makeup on

Eye-bag hiding aside, sunglasses also protect your peepers from the sun’s harmful rays and keep your delicate skin looking young. It’s a win-win.

Skinny Jeans

How to look like a model

A pair of slim, fitted jeans will make your legs look longer and leaner and they go with everything! You can dress them up or down, tuck them into boots, wear them with heels, or pair them with a simple tank or fitted tee. This is the perfect outfit for go-sees, by the way.

A Fitted Jacket

How to look like a model

One of the best fashion investments you can make is a high-quality fitted jacket. It doesn’t have to be leather, just something simple and classic that you can dress up or dress down. You can even wear it in the summer if you’re hopping from airport to airport—airports are notoriously chilly—or slip it on over a sexy after-hours outfit on a cool summer evening.

Basic Black

How to look like a model

What’s not to love about black? It’s slimming, it’s classic, it goes from day to night, and it goes with absolutely everything—even itself! It also adds to the “blank canvas” look that model scouts and agents love. When a model is dressed simply and stylishly, it’s easier to picture her in a client’s clothes.

Simplicity

How to look like a model

Models look their best in modern, clean lines. Nothing fussy, nothing busy—that means ruffles are out. Keep makeup and jewelry simple, too, and either buff your nails or choose a neutral nail polish.

Hair Elastics

How to look like a model

Hair elastics are simple tools that are a must-have in every model’s arsenal—they help hide a bad hair day and come in handy when you have a casting and need to show off your beautiful face. Make sure your ponytail is sleek, not messy, and not over-styled. Agents and clients want to see you in your natural state.

Clear elastics look best, but you can always hide a bigger or more colorful hair tie by wrapping a piece of your hair around the ponytail holder, then securing it with a bobby pin. Also, remember that elastics break all the time, so be sure to carry a few with you.

Confidence

How to look like a model

What’s on the inside counts just as much as what’s on the outside. When you’re confident in yourself no matter what you’re doing or what you’re wearing, people will notice! Your inner supermodel will shine through and who knows, you might even get discovered.

Just as mesmerizing as their end-of-runway kisses are their Instagram accounts that include countless workout videos and sweaty post-training selfies.

Sure, it’s easy to look at those photos and immediately dismiss their VS Fashion Show prep (#goodgenes). It can’t be more challenging than training for a marathon (I ran my first one this fall)—right? Wrong.

I gave myself two weeks to work out and eat like a Victoria’s Secret model. I’ll say this: It was no party (literally, I could not party) and I still don’t have thighs as taut and toned as Adriana Lima’s. But, I did learn a thing or two about what it takes to get a model bod (besides winning the DNA lottery). So get ready to take some notes. Or laugh at the craziness of it all. Or maybe do both.

Seriously, she’ll work with clients from 4 A.M. to midnight, because, as Heather says, models have crazy schedules. If a girl has to get on a plane bound for Brisbane at 7 A.M., Heather’s showing up at her house three hours earlier to make sure her dynamic planks and pistol squats are on point (and completed). This year, Heather, who is a former model and bodybuilder, prepped Vita Sidorkina and Eniko Mihalik for the show, though her roster of clients includes dozens of other models.

Her fitness philosophy, in a nutshell, is this: “You have to train and eat for the body you want. Food and exercise together shape the body, they are not independent of each other. I work with my clients in both areas to help them reach their goals.”

She also works her clients out “for aesthetics, not athletics” so many of her fitness moves are tweaked to really chisel the abs, thighs, and butt rather than make you stronger and faster. Everyone has different goals and that’s totally fine—and walking the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show is one type of goal.

Starting that day, Heather sent me a workout over text or by email every night. I would do the workout the following morning and then report back to her. For example, one day I had to do three sets of something called a Bulgarian lunge, three sets of curtsy lunges, then three sets of pistol squats (chat with me on Instagram if you want to talk about how ridiculously hard pistol squats are) followed by some ego-trampling plyometrics. (Heather likes jump lunges, squat jumps, tuck jumps, and star jumps.)

Another day I might have to climb on the Step Mill or walk at a fast clip with the treadmill incline raised up to 14 or 15. I would do this for an hour. Yes, AN HOUR. Having just run a marathon, I was used to long workouts, but not at that incline. Heather would email me things like “you’re going to kill it at the gym tomorrow” or “people are going to pay to watch you work out.” Both messages helped!

Before we started, Heather had me send her a three-day diary of every little thing I put in my mouth. As a food editor I thought I was a reasonably healthy eater so I felt pretty good about what I was sending her, but Heather was not impressed with my diet, especially all the carby snacks I was enjoying such as sesame seed crackers and hemp heart bites. I also had regular cravings for my favorite sweet treats: cookies, chocolate, and ice cream.

A few days before my training started Heather sent me what would be my new food bible. (Spoiler, it was short.) Every morning I would eat a cup of egg whites, 1/3 cup oats, and 1/2 of a banana. Then, a few hours later, 1 cup nonfat Greek yogurt and a cup of berries (I usually went for blueberries). Lunch was a protein source (a chicken breast cooked without oil or these delightful little turkey and zucchini burgers I grew to love) plus as many veggies—like kale, carrots, tomatoes, mushrooms—as you wanted.

Lunch also included one apple, pear or peach. And let me tell you, I savored that apple a day. Dinner was basically the same as lunch minus the apple, but then, before bed, I could eat a 1/2 cup nonfat cottage cheese with 1 tablespoon of nut butter (the only ingredient could be nuts), and 1 tbsp of cocoa powder plus a sweetening agent like Splenda or Stevia. This one really grew on me and I started to look forward to my little faux-chocolate-mousse more than any other meal of the day.

I was never hungry, which was a good thing because I don’t deal well with feeling deprived. Or perhaps I was expecting to feel so hungry that I was pleasantly surprised when I didn’t live with constant hunger pangs for two weeks straight. Following a strict plan was hard (obviously) but also kind of nice, because it required absolutely no thought about what I was going to eat. I also liked that the de facto result of this was that I didn’t HAVE to think about calories, because the plan took care of that for me. The only planning challenge, really, was figuring out what to do when I couldn’t eat my own food.

Do you ever wonder how models manage to look so effortlessly polished all the time? Sure, they have a team of stylists and makeup artists to help them out, and good genes play a part too, but that doesn’t mean you can never look like them. Achieving flawless skin , glossy locks, and killer bodies like theirs is easier, and cheaper, than you think. Here’s how:How to look like a model

Develop a good skincare routine (and follow it!)

Flawless skin is rarely natural. More often than not, it’s the result of a good skincare routine diligently followed every day. But don’t worry. You don’t need to spend hours getting ready in the morning or splurging on expensive moisturizers like Creme De La Mer. Just figure out what skin type you have, and follow these basic steps every skincare routine should include:

  • Cleanse skin, both in the morning and night, with a gentle but effective oil-based cleanser like Oskia Perfect Cleanser. If you like DIY treatments, you can also use olive or castor oil.
  • Two or three times a week, exfoliate your skin to remove the dead cells that accumulate on its surface. We’re loving Omorovicza Copper Peel for polishing our skin, removing dead cells and getting that bright skin.
  • Always apply a moisturizer formulated for your skin type to keep your skin well-hydrated, soft, and supple. One of our favourites at the moment is Elemis Pro Collagen Marine Cream.
  • Don’t forget the sunscreen. UV rays cause premature wrinkles, and make skin dry, rough, and patchy. A generous amount of sun cream can prevent all that and keep your skin looking flawless. Plus, they’re usually very lightweight, so even oily-skinned girls will be able to use it without turning into a greasy mess.

Don’t neglect the rest of your body

If you’re like me, you follow your facial skincare routine religiously, but then completely neglect your body. It’s so easy to forget about it, especially in the cold winter months, when it’s hidden behind layers of clothing. Models never do that. They take care of their whole bodies, every day. Here’s how:

  • As soon as you get out of the shower, apply a rich body lotion or butter, like Soap & Glory The Righteous Body Butter. It restores the moisture your skin has lost during the shower and keeps it in top shape.
  • Two or three times a week, give your skin a good scrub while in the shower. We love Frank Body Scrub. It whisks away dead cells and smells like early mornings! Make sure you pay special attention to rough areas, like elbows and heels. You want them to be super soft too.
  • File and moisturize your nails regularly to keep them polished and healthy. Invest in a UV nail kit or get them professionally done to ensure they’re chip free and beautiful.

Bring your best face forward

Have you noticed models don’t go around with crazy blue eyeshadows or mismatched foundation? They don’t hide their natural beauty. They enhance it with just a touch of makeup:

  • Choose colours that suit your skintone . If you have warm undertones, a cool, blue-toned red lipstick isn’t gonna suit you. If you have green eyes, green eyeshadows won’t make them pop. Figure out what best suits you, and stick to it.
  • Choose a tinted moisturizer or BB Cream that gently evens out the complexion without making you look like you’re wearing a mask.
  • Opt for eyeshdows, blushes, and lipglosses in natural, shimmery shades that give your complexion that radiant, lit-from-within glow.

It’s all in the hair

Hair is a woman’s crowing glory. As such, it deserves some special attention and lots of TLC:

  • Use shampoos, conditioners, and hair masks especially formulated for your hair type.
  • Choose an easy-to-manage haircut that suits your face shape. If you have no clue, ask your hairstylist for help. Then, trim it every few months to avoid split ends.
  • Don’t go crazy with styling tools. Their heat seriously damages hair, making it dull, brittle, and prone to breakage.

What are your tips for looking like a model without breaking the bank?

First, Eat Like a Model

And Then, Exercise Like a Model

Finally, Dress like a Model

People all over the world are always looking for tips on how to look like a model – beautiful, healthy, slim and fit. It’s something that every men and women want to see themselves in their future, a glamorous life that everyone else is going to admire and envy, with the perfect body, a balanced and disciplined life, dressing up beautifully and looking extraordinary.

It is certainly not an easy task. A person who wishes to look like a model has to maintain a certain lifestyle of eating, exercising and dressing.

How to look like a model

First, Eat Like a Model

If you want to know how to look like a model, you must know what types of food to completely avoid – stay away from all kinds of foods that are high in sugar and fat or any food that dehydrates or bloats you.

Staying hydrated at all times is a must, so drink plenty of water throughout the day. However, be careful that you are not drinking so much as to wash away all the important enzymes from your mouth. For most of people, half a gallon of water per day should be the target number to hit.

It is always better to sit down for a snack rather than a hurried meal on the go. So, unless you are too busy, try to sit down and spend some time with your healthy snack rather than gulp it down in a few bites.

Learn to combine your meals according to their seasonal availability and alkalinity. To eat like a model, never mix your proteins with your carbohydrates because it will negatively affect your digestive system and lead to gas, bloating and constipation.

To know how to look like a model, you must know to avoid all kinds of carbonated beverages, fried foods and even dairy. Besides causing cellulite, they are likely to produce bloating in your body.

Start with day with light food, and slowly increase your intake. Warm water with lemon, fresh fruit juice or smoothie can all be the perfect start of the day to supply your body with necessary minerals and vitamins.

And Then, Exercise Like a Model

It is important that you exercise at least 4 to 5 days a week, and that each session lasts 2 hours or more. If you are a beginner, the time allotted per session should be less – around 1 hour or so – until your body is more used to the hard work. Exercising every day is not advised, not until there is a special goal at a higher level that you are looking forward to.

An ideal workout session should be a combination of the three main types of exercise, under an expert trainer – cardio, strengthening and toning. In the beginning, all three sides of workout should receive equal attention and time.

Cardio is a very special part of exercising that should get special focus if your primary goal is to lose weight. Cardio exercises give your whole body – and not just special parts – a good workout, and help you lose pounds.

If becoming a model is your goal, losing weight isn’t enough; your body needs to look beautifully chiseled. There are some body-sculpting exercises that are very important for models to make themselves look toned and fit.

There shouldn’t be a part in your whole body that looks out of place, especially your back, legs, thighs, stomach and butt. As advised by a trainer, special attention should be given to these special regions so that they too, are beautifully toned.

Always keep a steady body measurement in mind when you are exercising, so that you know what you are reaching for.

Finally, Dress like a Model

You should never be afraid to mix and mash different kinds of prints even when they don’t match. It’s a bold look that, when carried properly, can look wonderful.

Classics and basics are the best – at all times! If you don’t want to spend much time on your attire before leaving in a hurry, just put on something simple, like an army jacket, jeans and a T-shirt. You’ll still look like a model, I swear!

If you have the body, no one’s stopping you from looking ravishing and tempting. Sometimes showing off a little bare skin with something revealing will make you look distinguished.

If the coat you are wearing is special and interesting, it usually doesn’t matter what’s inside it. So invest in a good overcoat/coat before you buy the rest of your wardrobe.

You can wear layers of clothes – three to four – and still look casual; you just need to know the correct way to layer your clothes so that they are clearly distinguishing.

Shoes are important, but pretty sure everyone already knows that. No matter what you are wearing, your shoes should be something that steals looks for passers-by and be a significant part of your ensemble.

After everything, comfort should be what you are looking for in your clothes when you are off duty. Wear whatever your style permits you and what you feel comfortable in, and you will come out looking like a model.

These eight two-minute videos reveal secrets from a model home designer to inspire key rooms in your home

How to look like a model

Ever wonder how you could make your home look like a model home, with its crisp style and on-trend look?

It’s easier than you think — especially when you’ve got tips from a model home designer. To help you create key rooms in your new home from scratch, NewHomeSource enlisted award-winning model home designer Mary DeWalt. Together, we created the eight short videos below, each chockfull of hot design trends and decorating ideas for either your personal use or for model home decor.

Mary and her team at Mary DeWalt Design Group specialize in model home merchandising. They’re behind some of the most appealing model home designs in the nation — rooms that elicit oohs and ahhs.

In addition to her advice in each video below, Mary also shared her Top 10 home design tips:

  1. Don’t be timid when selecting paint colors. It’s the most important and affordable tool for creating ambiance in a room.
  2. Make sure every room has a visual exclamation point.
  3. Art, wall hangings and window coverings that contrast with the wall color make interior spaces come to life.
  4. White shades on lamps and hanging fixtures make rooms bright and inviting.
  5. Add sparkle and reflective elements with glass tiles and shiny accessories.
  6. Use fewer, larger table accessories for a less-cluttered look.
  7. Group colorful accessories over the kitchen cabinets in lieu of plants and baskets.
  8. Address high volume areas of the home with large-scale artwork. Room-dividing screens can be taken apart and hung together for an affordable way to fill the space.
  9. Save the splashy print fabrics for pillows and accent pieces and select solids for sofas; it will be less expensive to change the look of a room.
  10. If you only purchase things for your home that you really love, you’ll really love your home.

The videos below provide an insider’s look at homes built by Jimmy Jacobs Custom Homes and designed by DeWalt in Caballo Ranch — in a new home community in Cedar Park, Texas, near Austin. Their work on these homes received a 2012 Silver Award in The Nationals, a leading award program for builders. Room by room, you’ll find inspirational design ideas, model home decorating ideas and loads of fresh, fun and wildly helpful advice from DeWalt.

When it comes to your home’s interior space, good design is easy to attain. As DeWalt reveals, there are various ways to add pizzazz to your space, many at a surprisingly low cost. One simple technique? Paint.

“It’s the most important and affordable tool for creating ambiance in a room,” she explains.

Other pointers DeWalt provides include using drywall to mimic wainscoting; selecting a lower height for the kitchen island to expand the room; and accessorizing solid furniture with print fabrics and accent pieces that you can easily and inexpensively change, should you want to freshen or redesign the space down the road.

Whatever your budget and tastes, tune in as DeWalt reveals her secrets of a model home designer to give you the lowdown on what’s trending behind the front door:

Just as mesmerizing as their end-of-runway kisses are their Instagram accounts that include countless workout videos and sweaty post-training selfies.

Sure, it’s easy to look at those photos and immediately dismiss their VS Fashion Show prep (#goodgenes). It can’t be more challenging than training for a marathon (I ran my first one this fall)—right? Wrong.

I gave myself two weeks to work out and eat like a Victoria’s Secret model. I’ll say this: It was no party (literally, I could not party) and I still don’t have thighs as taut and toned as Adriana Lima’s. But, I did learn a thing or two about what it takes to get a model bod (besides winning the DNA lottery). So get ready to take some notes. Or laugh at the craziness of it all. Or maybe do both.

Seriously, she’ll work with clients from 4 A.M. to midnight, because, as Heather says, models have crazy schedules. If a girl has to get on a plane bound for Brisbane at 7 A.M., Heather’s showing up at her house three hours earlier to make sure her dynamic planks and pistol squats are on point (and completed). This year, Heather, who is a former model and bodybuilder, prepped Vita Sidorkina and Eniko Mihalik for the show, though her roster of clients includes dozens of other models.

Her fitness philosophy, in a nutshell, is this: “You have to train and eat for the body you want. Food and exercise together shape the body, they are not independent of each other. I work with my clients in both areas to help them reach their goals.”

She also works her clients out “for aesthetics, not athletics” so many of her fitness moves are tweaked to really chisel the abs, thighs, and butt rather than make you stronger and faster. Everyone has different goals and that’s totally fine—and walking the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show is one type of goal.

Starting that day, Heather sent me a workout over text or by email every night. I would do the workout the following morning and then report back to her. For example, one day I had to do three sets of something called a Bulgarian lunge, three sets of curtsy lunges, then three sets of pistol squats (chat with me on Instagram if you want to talk about how ridiculously hard pistol squats are) followed by some ego-trampling plyometrics. (Heather likes jump lunges, squat jumps, tuck jumps, and star jumps.)

Another day I might have to climb on the Step Mill or walk at a fast clip with the treadmill incline raised up to 14 or 15. I would do this for an hour. Yes, AN HOUR. Having just run a marathon, I was used to long workouts, but not at that incline. Heather would email me things like “you’re going to kill it at the gym tomorrow” or “people are going to pay to watch you work out.” Both messages helped!

Before we started, Heather had me send her a three-day diary of every little thing I put in my mouth. As a food editor I thought I was a reasonably healthy eater so I felt pretty good about what I was sending her, but Heather was not impressed with my diet, especially all the carby snacks I was enjoying such as sesame seed crackers and hemp heart bites. I also had regular cravings for my favorite sweet treats: cookies, chocolate, and ice cream.

A few days before my training started Heather sent me what would be my new food bible. (Spoiler, it was short.) Every morning I would eat a cup of egg whites, 1/3 cup oats, and 1/2 of a banana. Then, a few hours later, 1 cup nonfat Greek yogurt and a cup of berries (I usually went for blueberries). Lunch was a protein source (a chicken breast cooked without oil or these delightful little turkey and zucchini burgers I grew to love) plus as many veggies—like kale, carrots, tomatoes, mushrooms—as you wanted.

Lunch also included one apple, pear or peach. And let me tell you, I savored that apple a day. Dinner was basically the same as lunch minus the apple, but then, before bed, I could eat a 1/2 cup nonfat cottage cheese with 1 tablespoon of nut butter (the only ingredient could be nuts), and 1 tbsp of cocoa powder plus a sweetening agent like Splenda or Stevia. This one really grew on me and I started to look forward to my little faux-chocolate-mousse more than any other meal of the day.

I was never hungry, which was a good thing because I don’t deal well with feeling deprived. Or perhaps I was expecting to feel so hungry that I was pleasantly surprised when I didn’t live with constant hunger pangs for two weeks straight. Following a strict plan was hard (obviously) but also kind of nice, because it required absolutely no thought about what I was going to eat. I also liked that the de facto result of this was that I didn’t HAVE to think about calories, because the plan took care of that for me. The only planning challenge, really, was figuring out what to do when I couldn’t eat my own food.

How to look like a model

Most youngsters these days fancy to look like fashion models and glamour icons. They believe heavy makeup, expensive dressing and plenty of bucks spent on beauty care can make a person look like a model. In fact, being a model means to be comfortable with yourself, liking the way you look and keeping happy.

The enigmatic style, grace and health of models are because they feel confident the way they look and they like being their real self. Every person has a model hidden in him or her, but the real deal is to discover that aspect of your personality. There are many ways by which you can look like a model but let me tell you again, it all comes from your inside and from the confident you have. The following steps will help you look like a model:

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Makeup

Makeup is no doubt the most powerful tool to enhance your looks. Try to be your own makeup artist, experimenting with different looks and searching for the one which suits you the best.

Be Seen

A pretty face hidden behind the walls will worth absolutely nothing. Hang out with your friends, have fun and let people have a look at you.

Have an Aura

One of the most important features of a professional model is the aura he or she carries. People perceive a lot from the ways you carry yourself. The way you walk, the movement of your head, shoulders and facial expressions, all contribute a lot in developing your aura. Try to keep your head back, shoulders down and chin up to have a graceful walking style.

Be Fashionable

Always dress yourself according to your body type, height, skin tone and preferences. An awfully dressed person can never have a good impact on people’s observations. Discover your real self and find out what looks best on you. Reviewing fashion magazines will certainly help you to know the prevailing trends of clothes and you can follow them according to your personality.

Smile

You will never see a model with a glum face. No matter how tired or frustrated models are, they always keep smiling as if they really mean it. You should feel like you are the happiest person on the face of this earth. However, don’t always hide behind your smile and if you feel unhappy about something, express your thoughts promptly.

Tone up your body

People generally think all models are born with perfect bodies and ideal figures. Actually, models strive a lot to maintain their physique and keep themselves healthy. You should take good care of yourself and don’t ignore any part of your body. Beauty tips and equipment can be used to achieve a perfect body.

Get Fit

Exercise a lot, take healthy diet and maintain an ideal body weight according to your height. Drink plenty of water, as it will keep your skin clean. Women need at least nine cups of water on average. Avoid taking excessive fats and sugar

Follow fashion events

Try to follow the fashion related events by physically travelling or through media. You should be aware of the new fashions arriving and those getting obsolete.

Mind Your Style

You have to mind your style from top to the bottom. Normally, it is observed that no matter how well dressed a person is, he or she gives lesser importance to hair and shoes, leaving a vital flaw in their personality. Chose a hair style that suits the shape of your face and try to wear trendy shoes. Make sure your shoes are not worn out or so uncomfortable that you feel difficulty in walking in them.

Clear Skin

This is what the models are mostly known for. Your skin should be free from any pimples, whiteheads, acne or any other unpleasant looking marks. Taking good care of your skin, using regular face cleaner, moisturizers, avoiding sunburns, having spot treatment, using toners, drinking lots of water and getting sufficient sleep are some ways to have a glowing fresh skin.