One thing I am often asking by new face and potential models is what to wear when approaching agencies and having your polaroids/digitals taken.It's funny that these pictures can still be referred to as polaroids but before digital cameras were introduced, viagra the agency would use a polaroid camera to take these simple, natural images of models to send to clients so they can see what the model looks like without any hair, makeup or styling. We are asked to come in to our agency with really basic attire that shows your physique as well as a pair of heels and minimal makeup (I'm wearing brow gel, mascara and primer- skincare routine is here). These types of images are what you should be sending to potential agencies if you're trying to get signed as they show you in your most natural state.

MY TOP TIPS FOR POLAROIDS.

1. When taking polaroids, remember that they will be sent to all different types of client, be it high fashion, commercial, beauty or TV so aim to show as many different types of expression as possible from super smiley to serious so there's something for every potential client.

2. Use your arms! Taking really straight polaroids is good for a few frames but try and show versatility in your body movement so clients can see your physique from different angles. However, do not go over board and start doing arms over your head and things like that- keep it natural!

3. Wear simple clothing! I always turn up to my agency in the loudest outfits to scare them in to thinking I haven't brought anything suitable for polaroids but I know that things like bright colours or patterns, no matter how cute, can be distracting in pictures and you want the client to focus on your face and body in the image not your loud floral tee.

Shot by Paul Morales from my New York Agency, Fusion Models NYC.

One thing I am often asking by new face and potential models is what to wear when approaching agencies and having your polaroids/digitals taken.It's funny that these pictures can still be referred to as polaroids but before digital cameras were introduced, viagra the agency would use a polaroid camera to take these simple, natural images of models to send to clients so they can see what the model looks like without any hair, makeup or styling. We are asked to come in to our agency with really basic attire that shows your physique as well as a pair of heels and minimal makeup (I'm wearing brow gel, mascara and primer- skincare routine is here). These types of images are what you should be sending to potential agencies if you're trying to get signed as they show you in your most natural state.

MY TOP TIPS FOR POLAROIDS.

1. When taking polaroids, remember that they will be sent to all different types of client, be it high fashion, commercial, beauty or TV so aim to show as many different types of expression as possible from super smiley to serious so there's something for every potential client.

2. Use your arms! Taking really straight polaroids is good for a few frames but try and show versatility in your body movement so clients can see your physique from different angles. However, do not go over board and start doing arms over your head and things like that- keep it natural!

3. Wear simple clothing! I always turn up to my agency in the loudest outfits to scare them in to thinking I haven't brought anything suitable for polaroids but I know that things like bright colours or patterns, no matter how cute, can be distracting in pictures and you want the client to focus on your face and body in the image not your loud floral tee.

Shot by Paul Morales from my New York Agency, Fusion Models NYC.

One thing I am often asking by new face and potential models is what to wear when approaching agencies and having your polaroids/digitals taken.It's funny that these pictures can still be referred to as polaroids but before digital cameras were introduced, information pills the agency would use a polaroid camera to take these simple, sildenafil natural images of models to send to clients so they can see what the model looks like without any hair, find makeup or styling. We are asked to come in to our agency with really basic attire that shows your physique as well as a pair of heels and minimal makeup (I'm wearing brow gel, mascara, a hint of eyeshadow and primer- skincare routine is here). These types of images are what you should be sending to potential agencies if you're trying to get signed as they show you in your most natural state.

MY TOP TIPS FOR POLAROIDS.

1. When taking polaroids, remember that they will be sent to all different types of client, be it high fashion, commercial, beauty or TV so aim to show as many different types of expression as possible from super smiley to serious so there's something for every potential client.

2. Use your arms! Taking really straight polaroids is good for a few frames but try and show versatility in your body movement so clients can see your physique from different angles. However, do not go over board and start doing arms over your head and things like that- keep it natural!

3. Wear simple clothing! I always turn up to my agency in the loudest outfits to scare them in to thinking I haven't brought anything suitable for polaroids but I know that things like bright colours or patterns, no matter how cute, can be distracting in pictures and you want the client to focus on your face and body in the image not your loud floral tee.

Shot by Paul Morales from my New York Agency, Fusion Models NYC.

One thing I am often asking by new face and potential models is what to wear when approaching agencies and having your polaroids/digitals taken.It's funny that these pictures can still be referred to as polaroids but before digital cameras were introduced, viagra the agency would use a polaroid camera to take these simple, natural images of models to send to clients so they can see what the model looks like without any hair, makeup or styling. We are asked to come in to our agency with really basic attire that shows your physique as well as a pair of heels and minimal makeup (I'm wearing brow gel, mascara and primer- skincare routine is here). These types of images are what you should be sending to potential agencies if you're trying to get signed as they show you in your most natural state.

MY TOP TIPS FOR POLAROIDS.

1. When taking polaroids, remember that they will be sent to all different types of client, be it high fashion, commercial, beauty or TV so aim to show as many different types of expression as possible from super smiley to serious so there's something for every potential client.

2. Use your arms! Taking really straight polaroids is good for a few frames but try and show versatility in your body movement so clients can see your physique from different angles. However, do not go over board and start doing arms over your head and things like that- keep it natural!

3. Wear simple clothing! I always turn up to my agency in the loudest outfits to scare them in to thinking I haven't brought anything suitable for polaroids but I know that things like bright colours or patterns, no matter how cute, can be distracting in pictures and you want the client to focus on your face and body in the image not your loud floral tee.

Shot by Paul Morales from my New York Agency, Fusion Models NYC.

One thing I am often asking by new face and potential models is what to wear when approaching agencies and having your polaroids/digitals taken.It's funny that these pictures can still be referred to as polaroids but before digital cameras were introduced, information pills the agency would use a polaroid camera to take these simple, sildenafil natural images of models to send to clients so they can see what the model looks like without any hair, find makeup or styling. We are asked to come in to our agency with really basic attire that shows your physique as well as a pair of heels and minimal makeup (I'm wearing brow gel, mascara, a hint of eyeshadow and primer- skincare routine is here). These types of images are what you should be sending to potential agencies if you're trying to get signed as they show you in your most natural state.

MY TOP TIPS FOR POLAROIDS.

1. When taking polaroids, remember that they will be sent to all different types of client, be it high fashion, commercial, beauty or TV so aim to show as many different types of expression as possible from super smiley to serious so there's something for every potential client.

2. Use your arms! Taking really straight polaroids is good for a few frames but try and show versatility in your body movement so clients can see your physique from different angles. However, do not go over board and start doing arms over your head and things like that- keep it natural!

3. Wear simple clothing! I always turn up to my agency in the loudest outfits to scare them in to thinking I haven't brought anything suitable for polaroids but I know that things like bright colours or patterns, no matter how cute, can be distracting in pictures and you want the client to focus on your face and body in the image not your loud floral tee.

Shot by Paul Morales from my New York Agency, Fusion Models NYC.

I love collections which fuse sporty accents and femininity so fell in love with british designer Mary Katranzou's latest collab with Adidas! The collection showcases her signature talent with print in a bunch of awesome silhouettes including the reworked tennis skirt Im wearing below. I attended the launch party a few weeks ago and got to congratulate Mary on yet another awesome collection available to buy now!

All Adidas everything

Bag, healing Prada

Shot by Chantal adair of NYC Streetfile