Your interview is when you set your first impression and more than just getting accepted into the agency, it’s also about the type of modeling jobs you will be awarded. So dress to impress and we are going to give you a few tips on how you can do so.

1. Simplicity is your Mantra.

Simple and presentable is all your clothes need to be. Why? Model agencies want to see your authentic look, which is akin to a canvas for an artist, for the agency. Fancy and elaborate dresses hide your original body look and figure. Stick to solid and preferably dark colors. Most importantly, be comfortable with what you are wearing. Something model agencies are good at telling from your body posture is that how tensed you are. Never show it out, be as relaxed as possible.

2. Avoid makeup, accessories or jewelry

It’s best to not have too much make-up on; just apply a very little amount of foundation or make-up to hide your pimples or some scars. Don’t be afraid of revealing them as agencies would much rather see your natural face than an overly made-up face. Also, you really don’t want them to wipe your face with a cloth or ask you to wash off your makeup that would be a bad sign from the start. Isn’t it? And there is no reason you should be wearing any thick accessories, remove them for the duration of the interview.

The most important thing you need to wear is your confidence. If you can pull off a well-done interview session confidently with minimalistic cosmetics and accessories, it definitely marks you out as someone worth accepting.

3. Avoid overly revealing your body parts

Model agencies want you to sell your style, not your dignity. Never wear something that is over revealing. For example, don’t show too much cleavage. Immediately reject an agency that asks you reveal more than the usual or necessary. Worse of all is nudity; it will indicate the illegitimacy of the agency, because nude modeling is for highly professional and experienced models, never for a new face. Wear properly covered clothing for your own safety as well.

4. Maintain your health and beauty

Days before your interview invest a good amount of time taking care of your skin, hair, and beauty. Moisturize your skin, condition your hair and wash your face regularly. Do get out and get some exercise and make sure you maintain a good figure as you lead up to your interview.

Drink plenty of water, avoid fast food and get plenty of sleep. You might have heard this many times, but leading a healthy lifestyle is of utmost importance in this industry. A healthy lifestyle will naturally lead to a naturally radiant glow on your skin.

All in all, simply be simple. Wear your smile with your confidence. Apart from your dress sense, prepare yourself for the potential questions that might be asked. Whatever your answer, say it confidently. Keep calm and join the modeling world!

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