How to Get Model Skin


Surprisingly, you don't have to have perfect skin to become a model, but you do have to have good skin, which isn't impossible if you take the right steps. Whether you want to become a model or just look like one, you can start by following a good skin care routine to get model-grade skin. Photoshop is what makes all models look ethereal, so don't expect to be flawless. These simple steps will get your skin in shape without the need for extensive photo retouching. Photoshop can take care of the rest!

Things You'll Need

  • Cleanser
  • Toner
  • Exfoliating Scrub
  • Moisturizer
  • First, you need to invest in skin care products that cater to your skin type. It is important to know whether you have dry, normal, oily or combination skin. Once you know that, you'll be able to shop for items accordingly.

  • You should make it a habit to do your skin care routine at least twice a day. Once in the morning and right before going to bed. Only by being consistent will your skin begin to show signs of improvement.

  • Find a good cleanser that works with your skin type and make sure to gently massage it into your skin to get rid of dirt, surface debris and oils. Always make sure to rinse thoroughly so you don't have any residue left on your complexion.

  • Toner isn't always needed, but those with oily skin or combination skin with an oily T-zone -- forehead, nose and chin -- will find that a quality toner will help control shine, tighten pores and keep the sebaceous glands from overproducing. Apply toner after you've properly cleansed your skin.

  • Once to twice a week you should exfoliate to rid your skin of layers of dead skin cells. This helps to make way for new, vibrant cells to come through. Make sure to choose a scrub that is gentle enough and won't irritate your complexion.

  • Moisturizing is key to not only keeping your skin from getting dry, but helps to prevent the onset of premature wrinkles and fine lines. When the skin is dry, it becomes vulnerable to the formation of creases and ultimately, wrinkles. To ward off sun damage from UV rays, choose a moisturizer than contains SPF.

  • In addition to taking care of the skin, it is important for all models and model hopefuls to watch what they eat and drink, as well as what they put on their complexions. Eating the right foods will result in clear and healthy skin. The same holds true for what the state of your skin will be like if you only eat junk. Start incorporating more fruits and vegetables into your daily diet. Throw in daily multivitamins, as well. These provide essential nutrients that you may be lacking in the foods you eat.

  • Water, water, water. This cannot be stressed more when it comes to achieving and maintaining healthy, glowing skin. Once you cut out the caffeine, carbonated sodas and alcohol and start drinking water daily, you'll see a definite difference in your skin. Water not only satiates your thirst, it aids in giving your skin the proper hydration to keep it glowing. Keep a water bottle near you at all times: in your car, at your desk at work and on hand during photo shoots. Never underestimate the power of water.

Tips & Warnings

  • Models do not have "perfect" skin, so don't be fooled into thinking that you have to have flawless skin. Photoshop is a widely used tool that is even used on models who already have a great complexion. It may take time to see results in a new skin care routine. Be sure to give your skin a few weeks to a month or so to show a difference. It won't happen overnight. Visit a dermatologist if you aren't sure how to handle your skin or what products to use. There is no secret way to get model skin, it simply takes a good routine, the right products and foods and most important -- sticking to it


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