How to Become a Full-Figured Model

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In order to become a full-figured model, a person has to be able to embrace their curves and to know that they are bringing something different to the table. Discover why confidence is so important for full-figured models with help from a working model in this free video on modeling tips.

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In this clip, we'll talk about how to become a full figured model. At the end of the day, it doesn't matter whether you're short, tall, thin, large, man, woman, anything. It's all about what you bring to the table. It's all about being a full figured woman, embrace your curves. Think of them as something that you can bring to the table. It's something different. You're not just a twiggy little girl with no curves, you know, taking whatever kind of picture, you know. Use, use it to the best of your ability. Use it to, some of the best pictures are taken by full figured women and it's definitely, full figured model is definitely, you know, up and coming and you have the stores like Layne Bryant and you have this, you know, it's definitely coming a long way and just use it to the best of your ability. Be confident in yourself. Show them that even though you're not a hundred pounds, you still have the same confidence of a girl who is and it's something that is beautiful and you should never be ashamed of it and you know, that's pretty much all they're looking for. You walk into a room and if you have so much confidence that it's just radiating off your body, they're not even going to see the extra twenty pounds or thirty pounds. They're going to be like "wow, this person is just so confident and it's something that we need to use" because if if you think about it, if you're that confident, you're going to inspire a hundred more people that are the same size as you to be just as confident, so you know, treat it as any other model would. Put your portfolio together. Send it to different agencies and just you know, go in there with full confidence and everything will work out perfectly for you.


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